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Inuit

(ĭn′ū-ĭt) [Eskimo people]
People native to Arctic America.
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Voir aussi Francois TRUDEL, <<Peter Okakterook: un Inuk au service de la Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson et de la Church Missionnary Society (1848-1858)>>, Recherches Amerindiennes au Quebec, XX, vol.
Asked by prosecutor Roger Smart where it had been from 2001 until now, Mr Inuk said: "It was with Dr Edet.
The first Inuk who saw a white man came home and said, "Today I saw something with long legs and long arms I never saw before".
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Other winners include Metis author Joseph Boyden, Ulkatcho NHL goalie Carey Price and Inuk Aboriginal banking specialist Clint Davis.
Ofonime Sunday Inuk was about 14 years old in 1989 when he left his native Nigeria with Emmanuel and Antan Edet, travelling first to Israel before arriving in the UK.
As a proud Inuk from Nunavut, I am passionate about working closely with Northerners to make sure that the work of the Council reflects their views, said Minister Aglukkaq.
If an Inuk man didn't have a team of his own, it was interpreted that he was yet not quite a man," said witness Pauloosie Veevee.
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Senator Yoine Goldstein, an expert in the fields of bankruptcy and insolvency law, retired on May 11; Senator Willie Adams, the first Inuk to sit in the Canadian Senate and an avid advocate of his people in Northern Canada, retired on June 22; Senator Norman Atkins, a longtime campaign organizer who sat in the Senate as a Progressive Conservative, retired on June 27; Senator Trevor Eyton, who retired from the Senate on July 12, brought considerable legal and business expertise to the Senate; and finally Senator Mira Spivak, an advocate for environmental issues, also retired on July 12.
The Commissioner's symbol--the saxifrage flower, or aupilattunnguaq in Inuk titut, is protected by the qilaut--the Inuit drum.
The Alberta Court of Appeal decision also allows a person registered as an Inuk for the purposes of a land claims settlement to apply for Metis settlement membership, and a person registered as an Inuk for the purpose of a land claims agreement cannot be automatically stricken from Metis settlement membership.