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  • nearly 85% of the voters in Nunavut in a referendum. On July 9, 1993, the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act and the Nunavut Act were passed by the Canadian
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  • "Pigiarniq" TTF Font which is made available for download by the Government of Nunavut website [1][2] Lesson 1 - Inuktitut Syllabary Wikijunior Inuktitut
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  • The 1920s (1921 - 1931) Quebec Segregation The October Crisis (1970) Nunavut (1999) War on Terror (2001-) Turning Points in History Icons and Notable
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  • Puffin Yukon Territory - Common Raven Northwest Territory - Gyrfalcon Nunavut Territory - Rock Ptarmigan USA Alabama -Yellowhammer Alaska - Willow Ptarmigan
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  • 2010-04-10.  McGhee, Robert (1999). "Nunavut – Ancient History". Museum of Civilization. http://www.nunavut.com/nunavut99/english/early.html. Retrieved 2010-04-10
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  • make up more than half the population of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut? Dene, Inuit, Metis 5. Why are the Aboriginal peoples of Canada working
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  • a man and a woman. Sexual orientation is included in the newly adopted Nunavut Human Rights Act. In April 2000, the federal Liberal government
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  • polar bears. The majority of Inuit people live in the new territory called Nunavut and some still hunt for food and clothing. Many of the early French fur
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  • which had been stolen from graves and holy burial places, was promised. 1999/2000 Foundation of “Nunavut”, a sovereign Inuit nation in northern Canada
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  • laws of the Inuit are not on paper." --Mariano Aupilaarjuk, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, "Perspectives on Traditional Law" The Inuit practiced a form of animism;
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  • (232) at Yakutsk Canada, 3 North Territories 0.1 -37 (236) at Pond Inlet, Nunavut Russia, Tuva 0.3 -35 (238) at Kyzyl Russia, Zabaykalsky Krai 1.1 -32 (241)
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  • people in northeastern Canada, mainly in the newly formed territory of Nunavut, for which it is one of the official languages. Inuktitut is one of about
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  • Saskatchewan Flag of Northwest Territories Flag of Nunavut Flag of Yukon If your camp has three flag poles to fly flags
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