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CANADA-POLITICS/
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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/
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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)
OLYMPICS/
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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)
CANADA/
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August 22, 2009
Inuk Karol Mablick, 4, wears her father's coat to keep warm while attending a community event in Iqaluit,...
Iqaluit, Canada
Karol Mablick wears her father's coat during community event in Iqaluit
Inuk Karol Mablick, 4, wears her father's coat to keep warm while attending a community event in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR270O9
August 22, 2009
An Inuk woman eats seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the...
Iqaluit, Canada
An Inuk woman helps herself to seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit
An Inuk woman eats seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA/
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August 22, 2009
An Inuk woman helps herself to seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit, Nunavut...
Iqaluit, Canada
An Inuk woman helps herself to seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit
An Inuk woman helps herself to seal meat laid out on a table during a community event in Iqaluit, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 22, 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA-ARCTIC/
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August 20, 2009
A young Inuk girl cries during a speech by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Pangnirtung, Nunavut...
Pangnirtung, Canada
A young Inuk girl cries during a speech by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Pangnirtung
A young Inuk girl cries during a speech by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Pangnirtung, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 20, 2009. The prime minister visited the small isolated community as part of his five-day tour of the Canadian north. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY POLITICS)
CANADA-ARCTIC/
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August 20, 2009
A young Inuk girl cries during a speech by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Pangnirtung, Nunavut...
Pangnirtung, Canada
A young Inuk girl cries as Canada's Prime Minister Harper addresses residents in Pangnirtung in the...
A young Inuk girl cries during a speech by Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Pangnirtung, Nunavut in the Canadian Arctic August 20, 2009. The prime minister visited the small isolated community as part of his five-day tour of the Canadian north. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY POLITICS)
CANADA/
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August 18, 2009
Inuit people Meeka (L) and Akeeshoo carve up a harp seal following a hunt in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin...
Iqaluit, Canada
Inuit people prepare seal meat for winter in Iqaluit
Inuit people Meeka (L) and Akeeshoo carve up a harp seal following a hunt in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island in the Canadian arctic August 17 , 2009. The pair were preparing food for the upcoming winter. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CANADA/
RTR26TTD
August 18, 2009
Inuit people Meeka (L) and Akeeshoo carve up a harp seal following a hunt in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin...
Iqaluit, Canada
Inuit people Meeka and Akeeshoo carve up a harp seal following a hunt in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island...
Inuit people Meeka (L) and Akeeshoo carve up a harp seal following a hunt in Iqaluit, Nunavut on Baffin Island in the Canadian arctic August 17 , 2009. Several other hunted seal are covered with boards to protect from the afternoon sun as the pair prepare their food stock for upcoming winter. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CLIMATE/ARCTIC
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June 22, 2009
Canadian part-time military volunteers recruited from the aboriginal Inuit people ride their snowmobiles...
CORNWALLIS ISLAND, Canada
To match feature CLIMATE/ARCTIC
Canadian part-time military volunteers recruited from the aboriginal Inuit people ride their snowmobiles as they leave a meeting off Cornwallis Island, Nunavut in this April 9, 2006 file photo. Arctic nations are promising to avoid new "Cold War" scrambles linked to climate change, but military activity is stirring in a polar region where a thaw may allow oil and gas exploration or new shipping routes. To match feature CLIMATE/ARCTIC REUTERS/David Ljunggren/Files (POLITICS ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)
CANADA/
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July 07, 2007
A man walks by an Inuit sculpture in Iqaluit, Nunavut July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA)...
Iqaluit, Canada
A man walks by an Inuit sculpture in Iqaluit
A man walks by an Inuit sculpture in Iqaluit, Nunavut July 7, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA)
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTR1RIGK
July 06, 2007
An Inuit girl dressed in traditional clothing plays on rocks in Pangnirtung, Nunavut July 5, 2007. ...
Pangnirtung, Canada
An Inuit girl dressed in traditional clothing plays on rocks in Pangnirtung
An Inuit girl dressed in traditional clothing plays on rocks in Pangnirtung, Nunavut July 5, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Wattie (CANADA)
CANADA SOVEREIGNTY
RTR1CNPD
April 21, 2006
Canadian part-time military volunteers recruited from the aboriginal Inuit people ride their snowmobiles...
CORNWALLIS ISLAND, Canada
To match feature Canada-Sovereignty
Canadian part-time military volunteers recruited from the aboriginal Inuit people ride their snowmobiles as they leave a meeting off Cornwallis Island, Nunavut April 9, 2006. They had gathered on the frozen sea off Cornwallis Island at the end of a two-week patrol designed to boost Canadian sovereignty in the remote and resource-rich High Arctic. After decades of virtually ignoring its remote, frozen Arctic lands, Canada is belatedly trying to assert its sovereignty over a gigantic region rich in mineral resources. The 1.3 million square miles (3.4 million sq km) of ice, rock and sea comprise 40 percent of Canada's land mass yet forces stationed there are minuscule -- 190 soldiers, 1700 part-time Inuit volunteers and four small, slow aircraft. To match feature Canada-Sovereignty Photo taken April 9, 2006. REUTERS/David Ljunggren
CANADA QUEEN
RTRBLGC
October 04, 2002
An Inuit woman woman gives her baby a better view as they wait for
Queen Elizabeth II to arrive in Iqaluit,...
Iqaluit, Canada
INUIT WOMAN AND HER BABY WAIT FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH IN IQALUIT.
An Inuit woman woman gives her baby a better view as they wait for
Queen Elizabeth II to arrive in Iqaluit, Nunavut, October 4, 2002. The
Queen started her 12-day tour across Canada in Iqaluit. REUTERS/Shaun
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CANADA PASSAGE
RTR577O
June 12, 2000
FOR USE WITH STORY CANADA-PASSAGE - Outfitter David Kaosoni stands next to an Inuit stone statue overlooking...
Victoria Island,Nunavut, Canada
OUTFITTER STANDS STANDS NEAR INUIT STONE STATUE OVERLOOKING NORTHWEST PASSAGE.
FOR USE WITH STORY CANADA-PASSAGE - Outfitter David Kaosoni stands next to an Inuit stone statue overlooking a stretch of the fabled Northwest Passage in Victoria island, Nunavut, May 24. Hundreds of explorers lost their lives and dozens of ships were crushed by ice during man's 400-year search for the passage-the link between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

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CANADA NUNAVUT
RTRNHTN
March 30, 1999
Inuit carvers work on their art on the shore of Frobisher Bay in the arctic town of Iqaluit, March 29....
Iqaluit, Canada
INUIT CARVERS WORK ON ART IN FROBISHER BAY IN IQALUIT.
Inuit carvers work on their art on the shore of Frobisher Bay in the arctic town of Iqaluit, March 29. Nunavut, which has a population of 25,000 and covers over two million square kilometers of arctic terrain, will become a new Canadian territory April 1.

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CANADA NUNAVUT
RTRNHRY
March 29, 1999
A young Inuit boy jumps from a ship container to a shed on the frozen shores of Frobisher Bay in the...
Iqaluit, Canada
YOUNG INUIT BOY JUMPS dON THE SHORES OF FROBISHER BAY.
A young Inuit boy jumps from a ship container to a shed on the frozen shores of Frobisher Bay in the arctic town of Iqaluit, March 29. Nunavut, which has a population of 25,000 and covers over two million square kilometers of arctic terrain, will become a new Canadian territory April 1.

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CANADA NUNAVUT
RTRNGB4
March 28, 1999
Suffragan Bishop Paul Idout delivers his sermon from a pulpit made from a sled at the St. Jude's Anglican...
Iqaluit, Canada
INUIT BISHOP DELIVERS SERMON DURING CHURCH SERVICE IN IQALUIT.
Suffragan Bishop Paul Idout delivers his sermon from a pulpit made from a sled at the St. Jude's Anglican Cathedral in the arctic town of Iqaluit, March 28. Idout is the first Inuk to hold an episcopal position in the Anglican Communion. The new Canadian territory of Nunavut, which has a population of 25,000 and covers over two million square kilometers of arctic terrain, will come into being on April 1.

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CANADA NUNAVUT
RTRNGAM
March 28, 1999
A young Inuit girl dressed in seal skin gets a helping hand from her mother as they walk in the arctic...
Iqaluit, Canada
YOUNG INUIT GIRL DRESSED IN SEALSKIN GETS A HELPING HAND.
A young Inuit girl dressed in seal skin gets a helping hand from her mother as they walk in the arctic town of Iqaluit, March 28. The new Canadian territory of Nunavut, which has a population of 25,000 and covers over two million square kilometers of arctic terrain, will come into being on April 1.

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