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A photo of two teachers at Shingle Point mission site in the early 1930s. Left to Right: Mrs. Shepard (nee Letham), Mrs. Court. Credit: Martha Harry Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 110.jpg
The image shows a couple row houses in Inuvik at dawn with a full moon. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 102.jpg
The image shows two friends posing for a photo. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 001.jpg
The image shows the ‘Ice Worm’ Dog Races in Inuvik.

The image shows three young men standing together in traditional clothing in front of a snowhouse. The photo includes the “Chicksi and sons”: William Saumik, Gerard Chick- sigaluk, and Tommy Niulurana. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 094.jpg
The image depicts the process of “Drying” diapers in the winter. As well with a house and some wood being cut. Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 123.jpg
A image showing the “Ice Worm” Dog Races with a few dog sled teams.

The image shows a boat called “Itiyaq” surround by ice on the river during spring time. Garret Nutik stands on the boat. Credit: Martha Harry
In March 1999, a group of students travelled to a Bush camp in the Mackenzie Delta from Sir Alexander Mackenzie School as a part of the cultural activities for young students. Also, Leonard Harry talks to Robert Kuptana in the studio.
Elisa Hart and Don Gardner discuss artifacts and the survival of Kitigaaryuit, the traditional whaling camp west of Tuktuyuktuk.
Canadian North is an Aboriginal Company under Norterra. This video discusses the operations of Canadian North, the airline industry, and Great Northern Arts Festival.
Elder Joe Nasogaluak Sr. reaches back into his memory to inform on the cultural artifacts of Kitigaaryuit. The video ends with Audrea Loreen discussing commercial art and musical performance.
A video capturing the IRC Hockey Cup that includes teams from across the McKinley Delta. Plus, an interview with Tuktoyaktuk Elder Cora Kimiksana in Inuvialuktun.
Children are shown indigenous traditional knowledge like ice fishing, trapping, etc. at Huskey Lakes.
The 2000 Drum Dance Festival at Kiti Hall in Tuktoyaktuk showcases each group and shares the spirit of friendship and teaches the younger generations.
Interviews with Pauline Gordon, Fred Alunuk, and Edward Ruben followed by musical performances and jigging.
Two segments: one where Gabe Angre tells of is experiences with the land and the other with the sod turning for the site of the new hospital in Inuvik.
Samuel Hearne Secondary School (SHSS) celebrates excellence from all walks of life with their annual achievement awards for the year 2000.
The drama department of Samuel Hearne Secondary School in Inuvik staged (SHSS) their own version of Anne of Green Gables. This is the first part of the production.
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