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    and the " Arctic Archipelago" and the highest apical peak of Nunavut is “Barbeau Peak". This territory has rich plants variety and many different types of animals and has average temperature of Nunavut in winters is very low, near about "-30C" and in summers, average temperature is about " 10C " to "5C". Yukon = It is the other territory of Canada, which contains rough high peaks and is surrounded by provinces and territories of Canada as "Northwest territory to the east, by British

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    Has the Creation of Nunavut Come too Quickly? The North of Canada may invoke thoughts of polar bears, penguins, and Eskimos, however this region has a history of exploitation. Since the 1940's, the Inuit people (Eskimo is considered a derogatory term by locals) have been forced to assimilate to Canadian laws and language. Prior to the arrival of the Canadian officials and their economic and law systems and infrastructures, the Inuit lived in small groups off the tundra. Their economic system

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    Territories. The Inuik people that lived in the Northwest Territories were the reason behind the motivation for the separation. After a long hard process, filled with agreements and disagreements, Nunavut was finally declared its own territory and was separated from the Northwest Territories. Nunavut, which in Inuktitut means “Our Land”, was the first significant change to the map of Canada since Newfound land and Labrador joined confederation in 1949. The idea of separating the Northwest Territories

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    (Dowsly, M. (2008) Inuit-organized polar bear sport hunting in Nunavut territory, Canada) I perceive this article to be of a positive nature due to the fact that all the research is based on facts collected in the sole purpose of supporting the researchers conclusions. All the data is interpreted in one way, discarding

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    However, within the past decade conditions have improved due to the Canadians and Inuit people negotiating a land deal. As a result, many of the indigenous people can practice their traditions in their own communities in their new territory called Nunavut. This

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    creating a feeling of being vulnerable within one’s own community and on one’s own land. In Nunavut, it is more difficult to hunt because now, people have to start travelling long distances from their communities to even find animals to hunt. Because of this, the people have had to start adapting to the conditions by changing their eating habits. Store-bought groceries have to be shipped in, and in Nunavut with no roads, products are flown in, which raises the price of food. With the availability

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    my name is Syed Raza and today I am representing the provinces and the territories in North of Canada. We will be discussing about the predicted and current changes caused by global warming to the environment of Yukon, North West Territories and Nunavut. My aim is to discuss the top three important environmental changes for which Canada and its people need to develop adaptation plans. Well, surprisingly global average temperature has increased by 2C to 4C in the past 55 years. Moreover, the precipitation

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    There is a wide range of benefits that a production company can advantage from when it comes to small-scale production, and/or following a path of co-production. It can stretch from communal nature to having more artistic independency on a project to financial management. The Journals of Knud Rasmussen, a film made by an Inuit production company presents these advantages. By using this approach these production companies have more accessibility, and international success. This film acts as a prime

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    Native Americans express their voice in films by incorporating their history, culture and traditions for Indigenous purpose. These independent cinema efforts are produced by filmmakers who want to tell a story about their tribes around the world and educate the younger generations. Zacharias Kunuk, filmmaker of Antantarjuat; The Fast Runner and Journals of Knud Rasmussen, “compels non-Inuit spectators to think differently, not only about what constitutes indigenous content in films and more conventional

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    of creating a strong and united country. This was the case in 1996 when a community of Inuits voiced their opinion and declared that the creation of the province Nunavut was mandatory. Nunavut would become the symbol of one of the most significant and historical events that occurred during the 1990s decade in Canada. The Creation of Nunavut would protect the Inuit People, bring praise back to the roots of the Canadian identity and would validate the fact that Canada is very different in the 20th century

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