The first summer of archaeological work has wrapped up in Qaummaarviit Territorial Park, near Iqaluit. The park has 11 sod houses, one of which belonged to Adamie Naulaq Inookie's ancestors. He is the fourth generation to live in the area. Both he and his father, Inookie Adamie, visited the site this summer. Naulaq Inookie is the park's traditional steward, so he pointed the team overseeing the project to one of the sod houses and with his permission excavation began.
On November 3, 1975, some of the Inuit leaders involved in the creation of Nunavut were returning home from a meeting when their plane crashed â€” all 26 people on board survived. The charter flight was taking the early-negotiators home from the first land claims agreement conference hosted by Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, the national organization representing Inuit at the time.
Iqaluit's Qajakkut Society wants to see kayaks in Frobisher Bay and residents with the know-how to build, paddle and hunt with the traditional Inuit boats. The kayak club was formed late last year, after Torsten Diesel, who represents Inuit Heritage Trust on the society's board, said he was hearing from people with the desire to have a sustainable paddling culture in the North.
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