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The Inuit of Nunavut :: 19

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Winter Camp

A youth and elder camp is just outside Cambridge Bay. The camp is used to teach young Inuit the traditional ways of life and facilitates dialogue between elders and youth.
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Photo of John Hasyn John Hasyn is a Toronto-based documentary photographer. He has worked for a variety of non-profit agencies around the world and is currently working on a long term project about the life of the Canadian Inuit. He also facilitates multimedia workshops for Inuit youth throughout Nunavut, Canada. See more of his work at www.johnhasyn.com




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