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She said, "True reconciliation will only be achieved if we as governments and citizens are willing to make a fundamental shift in our relationship with the First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples of Alberta.
This is also the case for roughly 78 and 84 percent of Indian and Inuit people respectively.
During the same period that philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari first touted the potentials for people becoming-animal with a pack or a "demonic multiplicity" to topple the psychic subject of capitalism (241), Inuit people living along with their packs of sled dogs appear to have been similarly identified with danger by the agents of expanding market forces, only in their case such associations largely led to separation and consequent victimization by the state, respectively in the name of becoming enfranchised voters or immunized animals.
The Inuit people of Canada enjoyed virtually no political representation until 1965, when the first Inuk (singular of Inuit) was appointed to the governing council of the Northwest Territories.
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.
So the last leg of our trip faced a setback and our plans of meeting the Inuit people had to be called off.
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).
The Canadian origin also adds a unique feature to the exhibit stations: You choose which language you want, English, French or Inuktitut, the language of the Inuit people who inhabit the Arctic regions.
We also see the lengths the Inuit people of Canada go to catch mussels, and we witness the desperate race against the tide to catch shellfish before the sea rushes in to claim them back.
The Inuit people have been known by what other name?