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CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLL 
September 26, 2022 
Rex Holwell, 47, poses for a photograph near a SmartBUOY, in Taktok, Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Rex Holwell, 47, poses for a photograph near a SmartBUOY, in Taktok, Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 13, 2022. The buoy is filled with thermistors, which can be used to measure temperature and calculate sea ice thickness as part of the SmartICE program, which gives northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook. "We have to adapt to climate change," Holwell says. "We're going to need more tools like SmartICE." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJM 
September 26, 2022 
The sea ice is everything to the people who live in Nain. The tiny town on the Newfoundland and Labrador... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
The sea ice is everything to the people who live in Nain. The tiny town on the Newfoundland and Labrador coast is on the frontline of climate change. As the sea ice melts, the Inuit are racing to adapt. Rex Holwell has spent his life on the sea ice that forms each winter off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. Like other Inuit, he learned to hunt seals and fish from his father and other men. They would skim over the sea ice, first on dog sleds and then, by the time Holwell started accompanying them, on gasoline-powered skidoos. Holwell wants this life ? and freedom ? for his children. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG8KW 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in front of a home in Conception Bay South,... 
Conception Bay South, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in front of a home in Conception Bay South 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in front of a home in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG8KV 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police officer stands behind a house on Greeleytown Road in Conception... 
Conception Bay South, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police officer stands behind a house on Greeleytown Road in Conception... 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police officer stands behind a house on Greeleytown Road in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG8KU 
September 22, 2022 
Police tape surrounds the front of a home in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,... 
Conception Bay South, Canada 
Police tape surrounds the front of a home in Conception Bay South 
Police tape surrounds the front of a home in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG8KR 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in the drive way of a house on Greeleytown Road... 
Conception Bay South, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in the drive way of a house on Greeleytown Road... 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary police vehicle is seen in the drive way of a house on Greeleytown Road in Conception Bay South, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG69W 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer works on an active investigation involving three shootings... 
PARADISE, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer works on an active investigation involving three shootings... 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer works on an active investigation involving three shootings in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG66G 
September 22, 2022 
A damaged Royal Newfoundland Constabulary vehicle is seen on St. Thomas Line in Paradise, Newfoundland... 
PARADISE, Canada 
A damaged Royal Newfoundland Constabulary vehicle is seen on St. Thomas Line in Paradise, Newfoundland... 
A damaged Royal Newfoundland Constabulary vehicle is seen on St. Thomas Line in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG64G 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer speaks with an individual in the back of a police vehicle in... 
PARADISE, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer speaks with an individual in the back of a police vehicle in... 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer speaks with an individual in the back of a police vehicle in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
RTSBG64I 
September 22, 2022 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers speak with a local individual after police took suspects into... 
PARADISE, Canada 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers speak with a local individual after police took suspects into... 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers speak with a local individual after police took suspects into custody in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CANADA-SHOOTING/
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September 22, 2022 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers stand near a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert... 
PARADISE, Canada 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers stand near a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert... 
Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers stand near a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert went out for an active criminal threat in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
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RTSBG4E0 
September 22, 2022 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer walks towards a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert... 
PARADISE, Canada 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer walks towards a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert... 
A Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer walks towards a damaged police vehicle after an emergency alert went out for an active criminal threat in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, September 22, 2022. REUTERS/John Morris 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLY 
April 24, 2022 
Ronald Webb, 65, chats to his great-nephew Bane Hewlett, 7, at his home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Ronald Webb, 65, chats to his great-nephew Bane Hewlett, 7, at his home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 24, 2022. The sea ice used to be 5-7 feet (1.5 to 2.1 meters) thick, hard, and covered with a thick layer of snow, now it's 3-4 feet thick and soft. "Years ago you wouldn't have that. That's kind of scary because even though the thickness is there, the hardness is not", he says. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLX 
April 24, 2022 
People unload parcels from a Twin Otter aircraft before passengers board to fly to Happy Valley-Goose... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
People unload parcels from a Twin Otter aircraft before passengers board to fly to Happy Valley-Goose Bay, at the Nain airport, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 24, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPM6 
April 23, 2022 
Snowden Pijogge, 22, poses for a portrait in the early morning, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Snowden Pijogge, 22, poses for a portrait in the early morning, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 23, 2022. Pijogge was one of the youth centre members who participated in last summer's SmartICE training cohort. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPTT 
April 22, 2022 
Josephine Jararuse, 15, holds a snowbird in her backyard, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Josephine Jararuse, 15, holds a snowbird in her backyard, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 22, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLT 
April 21, 2022 
A bird flies by the 251-year-old Moravian Church in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
A bird flies by the 251-year-old Moravian Church in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLQ 
April 21, 2022 
Rex Holwell, 47, rides a skidoo during a weekly SmartKAMUTIK run towards Nain Bay, a popular fishing... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Rex Holwell, 47, rides a skidoo during a weekly SmartKAMUTIK run towards Nain Bay, a popular fishing spot for community members in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21, 2022. The SmartKAMUTIK uses electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness and give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook. "We're the first people to be seeing the effects of climate change, but on the flip side, we're the people who have the least to do with it", says Holwell. "We have to adapt." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLP 
April 21, 2022 
Rex Holwell, 47, checks Siku, an app used to share the sea ice thickness with community members, to make... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Rex Holwell, 47, checks Siku, an app used to share the sea ice thickness with community members, to make sure the data recorded during his SmartKAMUTIK run was uploaded correctly, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21, 2022. The SmartKAMUTIK uses electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness and give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook. "We're the first people to be seeing the effects of climate change, but on the flip side, we're the people who have the least to do with it," says Holwell. "We have to adapt." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLO 
April 21, 2022 
George Metcalfe speaks to a traveler outside the cabin where he works, on the outskirts of Nain, Newfoundland... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
George Metcalfe speaks to a traveler outside the cabin where he works, on the outskirts of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21, 2022. Four times a year, an ice breaker ship travels to the Voisey's Bay mine to bring supplies and Metcalfe is stationed just outside of Nain along the route until the ice freezes over and is no longer a safety concern. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLN 
April 21, 2022 
Rex Holwell, 47, monitors the data being recorded during a SmartKAMUTIK run towards Nain Bay, a popular... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Rex Holwell, 47, monitors the data being recorded during a SmartKAMUTIK run towards Nain Bay, a popular fishing spot for community members, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 21, 2022. These runs, which use electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness, is the second of two parts of the SmartICE program, designed to give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook. "We have to adapt to climate change", Holwell says. "We're going to need more tools like SmartICE." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJX 
April 21, 2022 
Ama Harris, 24, participates in an arm wrestling competition during the adult Inuit games at the Jeremias... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Ama Harris, 24, participates in an arm wrestling competition during the adult Inuit games at the Jeremias Sillitt Community Centre in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 20, 2022. The adult Inuit games are part of the Easter Games, an annual week-long event held in Nain that brings the community together to participate in a variety of games for adults and children, including skidoo races, target shooting matches, snowshoe races, log-carrying races, among many others. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJZ 
April 20, 2022 
Katie Winters, 54, scores Arctic char to make pitsik (dried fish), while her grandson, Tony Tshakapesh,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Katie Winters, 54, scores Arctic char to make pitsik (dried fish), while her grandson, Tony Tshakapesh, 1, watches her, at her home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 20, 2022. Winters helped translate the Inuit land claim agreement in Labrador. "Once a person is connected to the land, you will never, ever take it away from them," she says. "I wish things would go back to the way that they used to be, but I don't think we'll ever see that." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJY 
April 20, 2022 
Katie Winters, 54, scores Arctic char to make pitsik (dried fish), at her home in Nain, Newfoundland... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Katie Winters, 54, scores Arctic char to make pitsik (dried fish), at her home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 20, 2022. Winters helped translate the Inuit land claim agreement in Labrador. "Once a person is connected to the land, you will never, ever take it away from them," she says. "I wish things would go back to the way that they used to be, but I don't think we'll ever see that." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJV 
April 20, 2022 
Hazel Lidd, 6, and her sister, Darcel Noah, 13, attend the adult Inuit games at the Jeremias Sillitt... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Hazel Lidd, 6, and her sister, Darcel Noah, 13, attend the adult Inuit games at the Jeremias Sillitt Community Centre in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 20, 2022. The adult Inuit games are part of the Easter Games, an annual week-long event held in Nain that brings the community together to participate in a variety of games for adults and children, including skidoo races, target shooting matches, snowshoe races, log-carrying races, among many others. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLI 
April 19, 2022 
Serenity Ivany, 14, competes in a snowshoe race during the Easter Games, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Serenity Ivany, 14, competes in a snowshoe race during the Easter Games, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 19, 2022. The Easter Games is an annual week-long event held in Nain that brings the community together to participate in a variety of games for adults and children, including skidoo races, target shooting matches, snowshoe races, log-carrying races, among many others. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLH 
April 19, 2022 
Darcel Noah, 13, catches a fish during an outing organised by the local youth centre, outside of Nain,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Darcel Noah, 13, catches a fish during an outing organised by the local youth centre, outside of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 19, 2022. "I learn how to cut fish and cook it, and how to catch birds," she says. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJT 
April 19, 2022 
Quinn Palliser, 22, a youth outreach coordinator, organises a fishing trip and boil up for the local... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Quinn Palliser, 22, a youth outreach coordinator, organises a fishing trip and boil up for the local youth centre, outside of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 19, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJW 
April 19, 2022 
Nain's community members gather to watch and participate in the Easter Games, at the harbour in Nain,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Nain's community members gather to watch and participate in the Easter Games, at the harbour in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 19, 2022. The Easter Games is an annual week-long event held in Nain that brings the community together to participate in a variety of games for adults and children, including skidoo races, target shooting matches, snowshoe races, log-carrying races, among many others. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPM7 
April 18, 2022 
An Arctic char lies on the ice after being caught at Anaktalak, a popular fishing spot outside of Nain,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
An Arctic char lies on the ice after being caught at Anaktalak, a popular fishing spot outside of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 18, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLZ 
April 18, 2022 
The sun rises over the Nuvutannak mountain, at the harbour in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
The sun rises over the Nuvutannak mountain, at the harbour in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 18, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLW 
April 18, 2022 
Katie Winters, 54, and her husband, Sonny Winters, 64, fish for Arctic char at Anaktalak, a popular fishing... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Katie Winters, 54, and her husband, Sonny Winters, 64, fish for Arctic char at Anaktalak, a popular fishing spot outside of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 18, 2022. Katie helped translate the Inuit land claim agreement in Labrador. "Once a person is connected to the land, you will never, ever take it away from them", she says. "I wish things would go back to the way that they used to be, but I don't think we'll ever see that". REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLU 
April 17, 2022 
Darlene Holwell and Simeonie Merkuratsuk play the trumpet and baritone during the sunrise church service... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Darlene Holwell and Simeonie Merkuratsuk play the trumpet and baritone during the sunrise church service on Easter Sunday, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 17, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLS 
April 17, 2022 
A ray of sunlight cuts through the clouds on the snow-covered mountains surrounding Nain, Newfoundland... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
A ray of sunlight cuts through the clouds on the snow-covered mountains surrounding Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 17, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSBKPLR 
April 17, 2022 
Snow covers the mountains surrounding Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 17, 2022. ... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Snow covers the mountains surrounding Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 17, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPJU 
April 17, 2022 
A layer of water forms on top of the ice after a sunny day, at the harbour in Nain, Newfoundland and... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
A layer of water forms on top of the ice after a sunny day, at the harbour in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 17, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPLV 
April 16, 2022 
Harry Green delivers a church service as a lay minister in the 251 year-old Moravian Church in Nain,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Harry Green delivers a church service as a lay minister in the 251 year-old Moravian Church in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 16, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSK 
April 15, 2022 
Katie Winters, 54, knits traditional hats for Easter while her husband Sonny Winters, 64, and her grandson... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Katie Winters, 54, knits traditional hats for Easter while her husband Sonny Winters, 64, and her grandson Tony Tsakapesh, 1, watch her, at their home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 15, 2022. Katie helped translate the Inuit land claim agreement in Labrador. "Once a person is connected to the land, you will never, ever take it away from them", she says. "I wish things would go back to the way that they used to be, but I don't think we'll ever see that". REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSQ 
April 15, 2022 
Mary Andersen, 75, walks towards church on Good Friday, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, April 15,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Mary Andersen, 75, walks towards church on Good Friday, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, April 15, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSP 
April 15, 2022 
Ama Harris, 24, holds his son, Tony Tshakapesh, 1, at his family's home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Ama Harris, 24, holds his son, Tony Tshakapesh, 1, at his family's home in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 15, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSL 
April 15, 2022 
Simon Kohlmeister's dog stands in the snow, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 15, 2022.... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Simon Kohlmeister's dog stands in the snow, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 15, 2022. Kohlmeister is one of the last people in Nain to keep sled dogs. "When the dogs are running, you can feel everything", says Simon's brother Isaac Kohlmeister. "You can feel the fish under the ice, even". REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPTU 
April 14, 2022 
People drive skidoos towards PiKalujak rock (Inuktitut word for iceberg), a few kilometres North of Nain,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
People drive skidoos towards PiKalujak rock (Inuktitut word for iceberg), a few kilometres North of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 14, 2022. An Inuit legend says PiKalujak was formed when two shamans were competing against each other to determine who was the strongest, and one of them revealed his power by turning an iceberg into an island. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSM 
April 14, 2022 
Maria Merkuratsuk, 64, uses an axe to remove ice build-up from her skidoo, in Nain, Newfound and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Maria Merkuratsuk, 64, uses an axe to remove ice build-up from her skidoo, in Nain, Newfound and Labrador, Canada, April 14, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
RTSBKPSO 
April 14, 2022 
Families pick up their children from school on skidoos at lunchtime, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Families pick up their children from school on skidoos at lunchtime, in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 14, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 13, 2022 
Richard Magoo, Rex Holwell, 47, and Markus Kojak take a break during a SmartKAMUTIK run as they travel... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Richard Magoo, Rex Holwell, 47, and Markus Kojak take a break during a SmartKAMUTIK run as they travel back from Natuashish to Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 13, 2022. The SmartKAMUTIK uses electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness and give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook "We're the first people to be seeing the effects of climate change, but on the flip side, we're the people who have the least to do with it," says Holwell. "We have to adapt." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 13, 2022 
Rex Holwell, 47, pulls a sensor back into the SmartICE office after finishing a SmartKAMUTIK run to Natuashish,... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Rex Holwell, 47, pulls a sensor back into the SmartICE office after finishing a SmartKAMUTIK run to Natuashish, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 13, 2022. The SmartKAMUTIK uses electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness and give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook. "We have to adapt to climate change," Holwell says. "We're going to need more tools like SmartICE." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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April 12, 2022 
Mountains are seen through an airplane window in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 12, 2022.... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Mountains are seen through an airplane window in Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 12, 2022. REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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March 13, 2022 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 13, 2022. REUTERS/Molly Darlington 
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March 13, 2022 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 13, 2022. REUTERS/Molly Darlington 
BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
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March 13, 2022 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 13, 2022. REUTERS/Molly Darlington 
BRITAIN-CRUFTS/
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March 13, 2022 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show 
A dog owner and her Labrador Retriever are seen competing on the fourth day of the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, Britain, March 13, 2022. REUTERS/Molly Darlington 
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September 29, 2021 
Innu First Nations youths wear traditional costume at a camp set up for the annual Innu clan gathering... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Innu First Nations youths wear traditional costume at a camp set up for the annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 29, 2021 
A camp is set up for an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
A camp is set up for an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
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September 29, 2021 
Father Joe walks through the camp calling people to prayer at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Father Joe walks through the camp calling people to prayer at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 29, 2021 
An Innu First Nations girl in traditional costume takes part in a ceremony at a camp set up for the annual... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
An Innu First Nations girl in traditional costume takes part in a ceremony at a camp set up for the annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 29, 2021 
Chloe Benuen of the Innu First Nation poses in traditional costume after a ceremony at an annual Innu... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Chloe Benuen of the Innu First Nation poses in traditional costume after a ceremony at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 29, 2021 
Innu First Nations women and children in traditional costume take part in a round dance at a camp set... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Innu First Nations women and children in traditional costume take part in a round dance at a camp set up for the annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 26, 2021 
Elders leave a meeting at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Elders leave a meeting at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/RECONCILIATION
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September 23, 2021 
Natalia Andrew of the Innu First Nations stands with her dog at an annual Innu clan gathering on the... 
Gull Island, Canada 
Innu First Nations gathering in Labrador 
Natalia Andrew of the Innu First Nations stands with her dog at an annual Innu clan gathering on the eve of Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, honouring the lost children and survivors of Indigenous residential schools, their families and communities, at Gull Island, Labrador, Canada September 29, 2021. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
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September 20, 2021 
A woman arrives at the only polling station in the Lower North Shore town of Blanc Sablon, Quebec, Canada... 
BLANC SABLON, Canada 
A woman arrives at the only polling station in the Lower North Shore and Labrador border town of Blanc... 
A woman arrives at the only polling station in the Lower North Shore town of Blanc Sablon, Quebec, Canada September 20, 2021 near the Labrador border. REUTERS/Greg Locke 
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