Inuit art, culture and language: Selected reports

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The number of Inuit children aged 0 to 4 years who had Inuktut as their mother tongue, dropped 10 percentage points between 2001 and 2016, the Statistics Canada report found. (Sara Frizzell/CBC)

Thursday was International Inuit Day, a celebration set up to acknowledge and celebrate Inuit culture and contributions. To mark this special day for Inuit across the world, here’s a selection of stories on Inuit culture and language.

Organization representing Canadian Inuit adopts unified Inuktut orthography
By Levon Sevunts, Radio Canada International | September 27, 2019

Exhibition to showcase Inuit art from Atlantic Canada
By Mathiew Leiser, Eye on the Arctic | September 24, 2019

Legacy of Inuk artist Itee Pootoogook explored in Canadian exhibition
By Eilis Quinn, Eye on the Arctic | August 19, 2019

Canadian exhibition showcases miniature carvings by Inuit artists
By Eilis Quinn, Eye on the Arctic | July 29, 2019
 

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