Inuit in the South / by Marsha Kaplansky ; [researched and produced by the] Inuit Tapirisat of Canada.: R5-197/1981E-PDF
"Early in 1979 the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada recognizing certain difficulties Inuit encounter in adjusting to life in Southern cities, began looking into the experiences of Inuit living in the South. Soon afterwards, the Urban Survival Research Project was launched. The purpose of the project was to find out what was happening to Inuit who lived in Southern cities and to somehow arrive at solutions to the problems they encountered. "Inuit in the South" is the first stage of this project; it is a summary of the completed research. The second stage, a handbook for living in the South is to be published separately."--Foreword.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. |
Inuit Tapirisat of Canada.
|Title||Inuit in the South / by Marsha Kaplansky ; [researched and produced by the] Inuit Tapirisat of Canada.|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | Inuktitut]|
|Electronic document|| |
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|Note(s)|| Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada]. |
Text in English and Inuktitut.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, c1981.|
|Author / Contributor||Kaplansky, Marsha.|
|Description||36 p. : photos|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||QS 8252-040-KE-A1|
|Subject terms||Inuit, Quality of life, Social issues|
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