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CANADA-POLITICS/
RTS1837M
June 21, 2017
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2nd R) watches Metis dancers with Metis National Council President...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's PM Trudeau watches Metis dancers with Metis National Council President Chartier, Inuit Tapiriit...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (2nd R) watches Metis dancers with Metis National Council President Clement Chartier (L), Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President Natan Obed (2nd L) and Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde (R) during an event announcing the creation of a new space for Indigenous Peoples at 100 Wellington Street, across from Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June 21, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTS17R4C
June 19, 2017
Hovak Johnston, co-creator of the Inuit Tattoo Revitalization Project, waits to be awarded the Meritorious...
Ottawa, Canada
Hovak Johnston waits to be awarded the Meritorious Service Medal at Rideau Hall in Ottawa
Hovak Johnston, co-creator of the Inuit Tattoo Revitalization Project, waits to be awarded the Meritorious Service Medal during a ceremony in recognition of outstanding Indigenous leadership at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada June 19, 2017. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NRX
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NRR
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NRO
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NRG
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NOR
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NKG
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with it's mother Sesi during it's first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NKB
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10NJW
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10N5M
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public on the ocasion of the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10N5G
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq plays in the water with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the water with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10N4L
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq plays in the water with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the water with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10N48
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10MTW
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10MTR
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq plays with its mother Sesi during it's first presentation to the public at...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with its mother Sesi during her first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10MSU
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq plays in the water with it's mother Sesi during it's first presentation to...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, plays in the water with it's mother Sesi during it's first presentation to the public to mark the international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE-ANIMALS/
RTS10MRX
February 27, 2017
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured...
Mulhouse, France
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq is pictured with it's mother Sesi during it's first presentation to the public...
Female Polar bear cub Nanuq (polar bear in the Inuit language), born on November 7, 2016, is pictured with it's mother Sesi during it's first presentation to the public to mark international polar bear day at the zoo of Mulhouse, France, February 27, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
CANADA-ECONOMY/TRUDEAU
RTX1YZQJ
December 16, 2015
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (L) and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Natan Obed (R) listen as...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's PM Trudeau and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Obed listen as Assembly of First Nations National...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (L) and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Natan Obed (R) listen as Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde speaks during a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada, December 16, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-ABORIGINAL
RTR4YPDC
June 03, 2015
Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz (L), Catholic Archbishop Gerard Pettipas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper,...
Ottawa, Canada
People attend the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's closing ceremony at Rideau Hall in...
Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz (L), Catholic Archbishop Gerard Pettipas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Inuit National President Terry Audla, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde, Justice Murray Sinclair, and Governor General David Johnston attend the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's closing ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa June 3, 2015. REUTERS/Blair Gable
CANADA-ABORIGINAL
RTR4YPDB
June 03, 2015
Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz (L), Catholic Archbishop Gerard Pettipas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper,...
Ottawa, Canada
People attend prayer during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's closing ceremony at Rideau...
Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz (L), Catholic Archbishop Gerard Pettipas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Inuit National President Terry Audla, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde, Justice Murray Sinclair, and Governor General David Johnston, join Elder Evelyn Commanda-Dewache (R) in prayer during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's closing ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa June 3, 2015. REUTERS/Blair Gable
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTX1A6NL
April 24, 2015
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) and Canada's Minister of Environment and Minister for the Arctic...
Iqaluit, Canada
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry and Canada's Minister of Environment and Minister for the Arctic Council...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) and Canada's Minister of Environment and Minister for the Arctic Council Leona Aglukkaq (top R) pose for a photo with people dressed in traditional Inuit clothing following the Arctic Council ministerial meeting in Iqaluit, Nunavut April 24, 2015. The U.S. is taking over as chair of the Arctic Council. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTX1A6MY
April 24, 2015
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C), Canada's Foreign Minister Rob Nicholson (top, R), and Canada's...
Iqaluit, Canada
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry, Canada's Foreign Minister Nicholson and Canada's Minister of Environment...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C), Canada's Foreign Minister Rob Nicholson (top, R), and Canada's Minister of Environment and Minister for the Arctic Council Leona Aglukkaq (top, 2nd R) pose for a photo with people dressed in traditional Inuit clothing following the Arctic Council ministerial meeting in Iqaluit, Nunavut April 24, 2015. The U.S. is taking over as chair of the Arctic Council. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTX1A6J5
April 24, 2015
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry watches a traditional Inuit drummer following the Arctic Council ministerial...
Iqaluit, Canada
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry watches a traditional Inuit drummer following the Arctic Council ministerial...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry watches a traditional Inuit drummer following the Arctic Council ministerial meeting in Iqaluit, Nunavut April 24, 2015. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR44YX7
September 04, 2014
Former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin (R) talks with former Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Mary...
Gatineau, Canada
Former Canadian PM Martin talks with former Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Simon after signing a declaration...
Former Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin (R) talks with former Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami leader Mary Simon after signing a declaration in Gatineau, Quebec September 4, 2014. A group of aboriginal and non-aboriginal leaders launched a new organization called Canadians for a New Partnership aimed at improving relations between aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA/
RTR3O6XW
May 07, 2014
Inuit artist Elisapee Ishulutaq shakes hands with Governor General David Johnston after being awarded...
Ottawa, Canada
Inuit artist Ishulutaq shakes hands with Governor General Johnston after being awarded the Order of Canada...
Inuit artist Elisapee Ishulutaq shakes hands with Governor General David Johnston after being awarded the rank of Member in the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa May 7, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR3HMJ7
March 18, 2014
Christine Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of...
Ottawa, Canada
Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of Inuit use...
Christine Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of Inuit use and trade of seal products, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR3HMIW
March 18, 2014
Christine Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of...
Ottawa, Canada
Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of Inuit use...
Christine Tootoo of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut wears a sealskin jacket during a demonstration in support of Inuit use and trade of seal products, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS)
CANADA/
RTX13Q47
September 18, 2013
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation"...
Vancouver, Canada
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation"...
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation" gathering in Vancouver September 18, 2013. The march was part of the week-long gathering of Aboriginal peoples taking part in the Truth and Reconciliation Canada meetings. In the 19th century, the Canadian government established the residential school system, which has since been revealed to have inflicted cultural genocide practices, as well as physical and emotional abuse on the 150,000 aboriginal, Inuit and Metis children who attended, according to local media. The last school closed in 1996. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY EDUCATION)
CANADA/
RTX13Q44
September 18, 2013
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation"...
Vancouver, Canada
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation"...
Survivors from the Indian Residential Schools system of Canada march into the "Truth and Reconciliation" gathering in Vancouver September 18, 2013. The march was part of the week-long gathering of Aboriginal peoples taking part in the Truth and Reconciliation Canada meetings. In the 19th century, the Canadian government established the residential school system, which has since been revealed to have inflicted cultural genocide practices, as well as physical and emotional abuse on the 150,000 aboriginal, Inuit and Metis children who attended, according to local media. The last school closed in 1996. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY EDUCATION)
CANADA/
RTX12SWL
August 22, 2013
A man looks at a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut August 21, 2013....
RANKIN INLET, Canada
A man looks at a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet
A man looks at a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut August 21, 2013. The inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit people in the arctic. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTX12SW9
August 22, 2013
A man photographs a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut August 21, 2013....
RANKIN INLET, Canada
A man photographs a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet
A man photographs a giant inukshuk as the moon rises above it in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut August 21, 2013. The inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit people in the arctic. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTX12SOX
August 21, 2013
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) and his wife Laureen (L) react as a girl models an example...
GJOA HAVEN, Canada
Canada's PM Harper and his wife Laureen react as a girl models an example of tradition Inuit clothing...
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd L) and his wife Laureen (L) react as a girl models an example of tradition Inuit clothing during a community event in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut August 21, 2013. Harper is on the fourth day of his annual tour of Northern Canada. Also pictured is Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq (R). REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTX12SOA
August 21, 2013
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper watches an Inuit throat singing performance during a community...
GJOA HAVEN, Canada
Canada's PM Harper watches an Inuit throat singing performance during a community event in Gjoa Haven...
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper watches an Inuit throat singing performance during a community event in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut August 21, 2013. Harper is on the fourth day of his annual tour of Northern Canada. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CURLING/
RTXYB0C
April 06, 2013
Members from the Denmark team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff...
Victoria, Canada
Members from the Denmark team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff...
Members from the Denmark team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff game against Canada at the World Men's Curling Championships in Victoria, British Columbia April 6, 2013. The Inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit people in the arctic. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTXYB0B
April 06, 2013
Members of the Canadian team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff...
Victoria, Canada
Members of the Canadian team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff...
Members of the Canadian team are framed by an Inukshuk made from driftwood during their page playoff game against Denmark at the World Men's Curling Championships in Victoria, British Columbia April 6, 2013. The Inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit people in the arctic. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTXY456
March 31, 2013
Canada's skip Brad Jacobs watches the line of the rock during their game against Finland at the World...
Victoria, Canada
Canada's Jacobs watches the line of the rock during their game against Finland at the World Men's Curling...
Canada's skip Brad Jacobs watches the line of the rock during their game against Finland at the World Men's Curling Championships in Victoria, British Columbia March 31, 2013. In the background is an Inukshuk, a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit, on display made of driftwood. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CURLING/
RTXY453
March 31, 2013
Finland's skip Aku Kauste shouts to teammates during their game against Canada at the World Men's Curling...
Victoria, Canada
Finland's Kauste shouts to teammates during their game against Canada at the World Men's Curling Championships...
Finland's skip Aku Kauste shouts to teammates during their game against Canada at the World Men's Curling Championships in Victoria, British Columbia March 31, 2013. In the background is an Inukshuk, a stone landmark or cairn used by the Inuit, on display made of driftwood. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT CURLING)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR371Q2
August 23, 2012
An Inuit woman takes a photo with a tablet during a community feast in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut August...
CAMBRIDGE BAY, Canada
An Inuit woman takes a photo with a tablet during a community feast in Cambridge Bay
An Inuit woman takes a photo with a tablet during a community feast in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut August 22, 2012. Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper attended the event as part of annual tour of northern Canada. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-GERMANY/
RTR36VT6
August 15, 2012
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at Harrington...
GATINEAU PARK, Canada
Canada's PM Harper talks with Germany's Chancellor Merkel at Harrington Lake
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at Harrington Lake, Harper's official country retreat, in Gatineau Park, Quebec August 15, 2012. Merkel is on an official visit to Canada from August 15-16. Pictured at left is a traditional Inuit inukshuk stone landmark. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS)
CANADA-GERMANY/
RTR36VSX
August 15, 2012
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at Harrington...
GATINEAU PARK, Canada
Canada's PM Harper talks with Germany's Chancellor Merkel at Harrington Lake
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (L) talks with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel at Harrington Lake, Harper's official country retreat, in Gatineau Park, Quebec August 15, 2012. Merkel is on an official visit to Canada from August 15-16. Pictured at left is a traditional Inuit inukshuk stone landmark. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CLIMATE-DURBAN/
RTR2V1WZ
December 11, 2011
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek, an Inuit youth delegate, during...
Durban, South Africa
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Konek during the COP17 in Durban
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek, an Inuit youth delegate, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban December 9, 2011. Members of the Climate Action Network (CAN) voted for countries judged to have blocked progress in the negotiations in the last days of the talks. Konek is accepting the mock award on behalf of Canada. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CLIMATE-DURBAN/
RTR2V1WV
December 11, 2011
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek, an Inuit youth delegate, during...
Durban, South Africa
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Konek during the COP17 in Durban
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek, an Inuit youth delegate, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban December 9, 2011. Members of the Climate Action Network (CAN) voted for countries judged to have blocked progress in the negotiations in the last days of the talks. Konek is accepting the mock award on behalf of Canada. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CLIMATE-DURBAN/
RTR2V1WR
December 11, 2011
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek (2nd L), an Inuit youth delegate,...
Durban, South Africa
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Konek during the COP17 in Durban
The Colossal Fossil mock award is presented to activist Jordan Konek (2nd L), an Inuit youth delegate, during the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP17) in Durban December 9, 2011. Members of the Climate Action Network (CAN) voted for countries judged to have blocked progress in the negotiations in the last days of the talks. Konek is accepting the mock award on behalf of Canada. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CANADA-ARCTIC/
RTR2QKYF
August 31, 2011
Local Inuit stand outside of a college in Iqaluit, capital of the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut,...
Iqaluit, Canada
To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC/
Local Inuit stand outside of a college in Iqaluit, capital of the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut, in this photo taken June 14, 2011. The local government wants Inuit ? who suffer from a high unemployment rate -- to benefit from a proposed mining boom in Nunavut. The Inuit, torn between the urgent need for jobs and a desire to protect the environment and wildlife they rely on for food, have an effective veto over most development. Firms wanting to open a mine often have to strike special agreements with the Inuit, typically to cover compensation for environmental disturbances and offer guarantees of employment. Picture taken June 14, 2011. To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC/ REUTERS/David Ljunggren (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY EDUCATION BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CANADA-ARCTIC/
RTR2QKY9
August 31, 2011
A traditional Inuit inukshuk stone formation looks out over Frobisher Bay near Iqaluit, capital of the...
Iqaluit, Canada
To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC/
A traditional Inuit inukshuk stone formation looks out over Frobisher Bay near Iqaluit, capital of the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut on June 14, 2011. High commodity prices mean firms are looking at Nunavut mineral deposits which were once deemed too expensive to exploit. The Inuit, torn between the urgent need for jobs and a desire to protect the environment and wildlife they rely on for food, have an effective veto over most development. Firms wanting to open a mine often have to strike special agreements with the Inuit, typically to cover compensation for environmental disturbances and offer guarantees of employment. Picture taken June 14, 2011. To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC/ REUTERS/David Ljunggren (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY)
CANADA-ARCTIC/
RTR2QKXA
August 31, 2011
Eva Aariak, premier of the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut, stands in front of a traditional Inuit...
Iqaluit, Canada
To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC
Eva Aariak, premier of the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut, stands in front of a traditional Inuit print in her office in the capital Iqaluit, June 14, 2011. Aariak wants more help from the federal government, which in turn cites financial constraints as well as the lack of a formal land use plan for Nunavut. Companies gripe about a complex regulatory regime that means it can take years to get approval for projects. The Inuit, torn between the urgent need for jobs and a desire to protect the environment and wildlife they rely on for food, have an effective veto over most development. Picture taken June 14, 2011. To match INSIGHT CANADA-ARCTIC/ REUTERS/David Ljunggren (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
OLYMPICS/
RTR2AL3H
February 20, 2010
People play next to an Inuit Inukshuk draped with Canadian Olympic mittens during a spring-like day at...
Vancouver, Canada
People play next to an Inuit Inukshuk draped with Canadian Olympic mittens during a spring-like day at...
People play next to an Inuit Inukshuk draped with Canadian Olympic mittens during a spring-like day at Vancouver's English Bay during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 19, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Blake (CANADA)
OLYMPICS/
RTR2A2CR
February 10, 2010
An Inukshuk statue is seen silhouetted in in front of the Olympic Village prior to the Vancouver 2010...
Vancouver, Canada
An Inukshuk statue is seen silhouetted in in front of the Olympic Village prior to the Vancouver 2010...
An Inukshuk statue is seen silhouetted in in front of the Olympic Village prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, February 10, 2010. The Inukshuk is a stacked rock in human form that provided direction for centuries across the horizons for the Inuit of Canada's Arctic. It is a symbol of hope and friendship and was chosen as the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games that starts on February 12, 2010. REUTERS/Mark Blinch (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29X37
February 07, 2010
People jump in front of an illuminated Inukshuk, a stacked rock in human form that provided direction...
Whistler, Canada
People jump in front of an illuminated Inukshuk in downtown Whistler
People jump in front of an illuminated Inukshuk, a stacked rock in human form that provided direction for centuries across the horizons for the Inuit of Canada's Arctic, in downtown Whistler prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in British Columbia February 6, 2010. The Inukshuk is a symbol of hope and friendship and was chosen as the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games that start on February 12. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (CANADA - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT OLYMPICS)
G7/
RTR29W31
February 06, 2010
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde watches a traditional Inuit lighting ceremony during the...
Iqaluit, Canada
France's Finance Minister Lagarde watches a traditional Inuit lighting ceremony during the G7 finance...
France's Finance Minister Christine Lagarde watches a traditional Inuit lighting ceremony during the G7 finance ministers' meeting in Iqaluit, Nunavut February 6, 2010. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29VPI
February 06, 2010
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler, prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in...
Whistler, Canada
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler, prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in British Columbia, February 5, 2010. The Inukshuk is a stacked rock in human form that provided direction for centuries across the horizons for the Inuit of Canada's Arctic. It is a symbol of hope and friendship and was chosen as the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games that start on February 12, 2010. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29VPG
February 06, 2010
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler, prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in...
Whistler, Canada
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
An illuminated Inukshuk is seen in downtown Whistler, prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in British Columbia, February 5, 2010. The Inukshuk is a stacked rock in human form that provided direction for centuries across the horizons for the Inuit of Canada's Arctic. It is a symbol of hope and friendship and was chosen as the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games that start on February 12, 2010. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29VPD
February 06, 2010
A child walks in front of an illuminated Inukshuk, a stacked rock in human form that provided direction...
Whistler, Canada
A child walks in front of an illuminated Inukshuk, a stacked rock in human form in downtown Whistler,...
A child walks in front of an illuminated Inukshuk, a stacked rock in human form that provided direction for centuries across the horizons for the Inuit of Canada's Arctic in downtown Whistler, prior to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in British Columbia, February 5, 2010. The Inukshuk is a symbol of hope and friendship and was chosen as the emblem of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games that start on February 12, 2010. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS SOCIETY)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29VJ4
February 05, 2010
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called...
Whistler, Canada
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called...
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called an Inukshuk at the ski jump at Whistler Olympic Park during preparations for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, British Columbia February 5, 2010. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR29VIZ
February 05, 2010
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called...
Whistler, Canada
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called...
Olympic torches are pictured as torch relay runners arrive in front of an Inuit stone landmark called an Inukshuk at the ski jump at Whistler Olympic Park during preparations for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, British Columbia February 5, 2010. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLYMPICS-VANCOUVER/
RTR297GW
January 20, 2010
An Inuit stone landmark called an inukshuk stands at the entrance to the Olympic ski jumping venue in...
Whistler, Canada
An inukshuk stands at entrance to Olympic ski jumping in Whistler
An Inuit stone landmark called an inukshuk stands at the entrance to the Olympic ski jumping venue in Whistler, British Columbia January 20, 2010. The inukshuk is a symbol of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games which begin February 12. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
CANADA/
RTXQA5V
November 03, 2009
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, watch Inuit drum dancers with Canadian Governor...
St. John's, Canada
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, watch Inuit drum dancers during the official...
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, watch Inuit drum dancers with Canadian Governor General Michaelle Jean (L) during the official welcoming ceremonies in St. John's, Newfoundland November 2, 2009. REUTERS/Greg Locke (CANADA POLITICS ROYALS)
CANADA/
RTR273E9
August 25, 2009
A weathered stop sign in both English and the Inuit language Inuktitut is shown in Iqaluit, Nunavut in...
Iqaluit, Canada
A weathered stop sign in both English and the Inuit language Inuktitut is shown in Iqaluit
A weathered stop sign in both English and the Inuit language Inuktitut is shown in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 24, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR272R1
August 24, 2009
Canadian soldiers gather on a hill overlooking an Inuit camp in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic...
Iqaluit, Canada
Canadian soldiers gather on a ill overlooking an Inuit camp in Iqaluit
Canadian soldiers gather on a hill overlooking an Inuit camp in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 24, 2009. The soldiers were taking part in a mock disaster to co-ordinate response between the military and civilian emergency response teams. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA MILITARY ENVIRONMENT)
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