Nunavut: Waiting on unfulfilled promises

The nations of the Arctic are rushing to stake their claim to territory and resources in what was once an isolated part of the world. Inuit have a critical role to play in any decisions that are made.

Eva Aariak
Published: Wednesday, 04/14/2010 12:00 am EDT

The nations of the Arctic are rushing to stake their claim to territory and resources in what was once an isolated part of the world. Inuit have a critical role to play in any decisions that are made.

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