Power & Influence Summer 2016

In their own words

Inuit youth discuss the hardships and pride they've experienced as a result of their culture, and where they fit in — or don't — in the Liberal government's indigenous policies.

Several of the Inuit youth who spoke to P&I at the Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre. From left, Kautuq Simonee, Rachel Kadloo, and Yavuz Sundu. P&I Photographs by Jean-Marc Carisse

By CHELSEA NASH

PUBLISHED : Monday, July 11, 2016 12:00 AM

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