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uploaded by: Ian Mauro

uploaded date: 21 January 2009

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This video showcases the Pangnirtung Travel-Study Course hosted by Native Studies and Environment, University of Manitoba, which allows students to live and learn amongst the Inuit

Filmmaker: Ian Mauro

Filmmaker Contact:

 

ianmauro [at] uvic [dot] ca

Producer's Name: Ian Mauro

Year of Production: 2008

Distributor Information:

 

Ian Mauro

Country: Canada

Region: Baffin Island

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Duration:

6m 2s

Tagged:

baffin island, elders, Inuit, native studies, Nunavut, Pangnirtung, Travel-study, university of manitoba

Languages:

English, Inuktitut

Location:

Baffin Island, NU, Canada

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