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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. 
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