North of 60: R32-42/1978-PDF

the Inuit.

"Canada's Inuit number around 23,000. They live in small communities in the Mackenzie Delta and on the mainland coast of the Northwest Territories, the Arctic islands, the shores of Hudson and Ungava Bays, and in Labrador. The communities are situated for the most part onbays, river mouths, inlets or fiords, reflecting a past life that was largely tied to marine harvesting - fishing, gathering and the hunt. The settlements are situated within three jurisdictions: the Northwest Territories, Quebec and Newfoundland."--Introduction.

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Department/Agency Indian and Northern Affairs.
Title North of 60
Subtitle the Inuit.
Publication Type Monograph
Language Bilingual-[English | French]
Format Electronic
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Note Title from cover. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Date 1978.
Number of Pages 16, 17 p. :
ISBN 0-662-50043-1
Catalogue Number
  • R32-42/1978-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number QS-8159-000-BB-A2
Subject Terms Inuit, Northern Canada