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Title: A forward-looking society with a backward glance history society marks first decade
Authors: Rankin, Laird
Issue Date: 2020-01-29
Publisher: Canadian Historical Association / Société historique du Canada
Series/Report no.: Vol 29 numéro 1;
Abstract: Sanikiluaq is a remote community of under 700 citizens on the Belcher Islands, about 100 off the east coast of Hudson Bay. Nunavut’s most southern community, it is noted for the fine soapstone carvings that its artists have been producing for over 30 years. It also boasts John Jamieson, a senior grade history teacher. His exceptional work in the classrooms of Nuiyak School, and in the Sanikiluaq community, to connect students and residents with their Inuit culture and heritage through the innovative use of archaeology, art, radio, and television, has brought him national recognition.
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