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International Inuit Day

In the year 2021, this week on 7th Nov. is International Inuit Day. The movement for the Inuit representation of the people of Nunavut. The day is to bring attention to the organization of the people of Nunavut. The word Nunavut itself indicates “our land” and it is their right to participate in their government.

In the year 1999 on 1st April, the map of Canada was redrawn to add a new territory in their land, Nunavut is the homeland for the Inuit. The Canadian Arctic was designated as one territory which is well known as the Northern west territories. Nunavut was run by a commission from Ottawa of nonfirst peoples. To operate the territory in the best way that worked for Ottawa. From the north, the people were able to begin representing themselves.

The process wasn’t simple and it required the people of the remarkable organization those who were most affected by their own presentation. There were two categories divided by the northwest territories, with 85% of the population the east being Inuit would become Nunavut and the other in the west that holds a largely first nation rather than the Inuit population would remain the territories of the northwest.

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It is being believed that the modern Inuit be the descendants of the ancient Thule troops who were actually late and are possibly one of the last persons to cross the bridge of ice which was formed during the Ice Age period, the Bering Straits.

The ice-locked were opened during the medieval warm period in the north where it allowed the hunters and their families to travel towards the west across the northern continent as well as into the Arctic archipelagos. The troops went far away towards the west, Greenland and there they settle across Yukon to both the northern west territories as well as to the Nunavut. The troops are well connected and they visit family across distances. When the warm period turned to a colder period several communities like these became isolated and many hamlets exist now days.

Here is the evidence that we got that the Inuit have been here for the ages before any Europeans claimed the nation and many European explorers would succeed and will survive with the help of adapting to the environment from the local troops.

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