Inuit in northern area of Nunavut, where 2nd ship from Sir John Franklins doomed exploration was found, state we need to be at the table
Inuit in the northern Canadian area of Nunavut, where the 2nd ship from Sir John Franklins doomed exploration was just recently found, are promoting a voice at the table as Canada and Britain choose the fate of the artefacts and contents recouped from the unfortunate exploration.
We need to be at the table, stated Cathy Towtongie of Nunavut Tunngavik, which represents Inuit in Nunavut. This breaks the Crowns fiduciary task to Inuit and its assessment commitment.
The Inuits push for addition started 2 years back, quickly after the wreck of HMS Erebus was found in the Arctic. This weeks discovery that the 2nd British marine vessel had actually been discovered in excellent condition in the freezing waters of the Northwest Passage provided restored inspiration to their need.