Qikiqtani Truth Commission Community Histories 1950-1975
By 1975, almost all Inuit lived in thirteen government-created permanent settlements. The speed and scope of the changes, over which they had little or no control, led to unnecessary hardship and poor social, health, and education outcomes for them.
Qikiqtani Truth Commission Community Histories 1950-1975 documents those changes. The story of each community within these time periods is different, but there are many common elements.
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