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Inuit

(ĭn′ū-ĭt) [Eskimo people]
People native to Arctic America.
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Troublingly, misconception is widespread on whether the population of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people is increasing, decreasing, or staying the same.
Inuit people in Nunavut have faced an immense amount of change in their history; although restoring their culture to its precolonialism state is likely not realistic, counsellors working in Canada's North can offer appropriate support throughout this cultural transition.
(4) Moreover, the respective testimonies of climate crisis-induced cultural-destitution will indisputably establish that both the indigenous senses of self and significance of the Inuit people are endangered because the intricate interconnection between place, identity and connotation has been disrupted.
This is also the case for roughly 78 and 84 percent of Indian and Inuit people respectively.
Her life revolves around the intricately connected families of Inuit people living in Kugluktuk, Nunavut and Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories.
Rich in flora and fauna, Disco Bay was the area of western Greenland from which sprang (as Manitoba historian Tryggvi Oleson, controversially argued) the mixed-blood Thule Inuit people. Because of Alf Porsild's knowledge of Arctic natural history and his unique upbringing amongst the Greenland Inuit, Malte saw him as the ideal person for the Reindeer job and hired him.
The Inuit people of the Canadian Arctic share an ancient form of music called katajjait (throat singing).
The NIHB program provides coverage to eligible First Nations and Inuit people who are not insured by private or provincial plans.
In the Sixties, the local Inuit people abandoned their nomadic existence and formed communities around Hudson's Bay posts.
Not being able to meet the Inuit people left us extremely disappointed but we were aware that 'safety comes first'.
For the Thule Inuit people of Greenland, however, there is a more powerful and important fifth element: ice.
1077) investigated whether blood mercury levels are linked to decreased plasma PONl activities in Inuit people who are highly exposed to MeHg through their seafood-based diet (n = 899).