‘Our goal is to high­light our most iconic species but also high­light the im­por­tance of In­dige­nous cul­ture in Canada.’

Canadian Geographic - - WILD LIFE - . The length in me­tres of the MV Nu­navik, the i ce­break­ing cargo ship that the Baffin­land min­ing com­pany is propos­ing to send to Milne In­let, Nu­navut, in late March with ex­tra equip­ment for its Mary River iron mine. Res­i­dents of nearby Pond In­let are

co­or­di­na­tor of the Cana­dian Wildlife Fed­er­a­tion’s Hin­ter­land Who’s Who pro­gram, tells the CBC why her or­ga­ni­za­tion is pro­duc­ing some of its iconic pub­lic-ser­vice videos in the Woods Cree, De­ne­su­line, Inuk­ti­tut, Mo­hawk, Oji-cree and Ojibwe lan­guages for Canada’s 150th year. The first two videos fea­ture the wolver­ine and the fresh­wa­ter tur­tle.

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