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Inukshuk Rankin Inlet Nunavut Canada The compelling Inukshuk as photographed in Nunavut by George Lessard. or Inuksuk built by the Inuit meaning: Ottawa, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Formations Rocheuses, Canada Eh, Ontario, Thinking Day, Quebec, Canada Travel

Inukshuk Rankin Inlet Nunavut Canada

The compelling Inukshuk as photographed in Nunavut by George Lessard.

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An inukshuk in Jasper National Park.

Inukshuk is a stone landmark or cairn built by the Inuit and other peoples of the Arctic region of North America. These structures serve as signposts and have a practical use, as opposed to the Zen practice of cairn-building to promote inner peace. Land Art, Native American Population, Native Americans, Statues, Stone Cairns, Art Pierre, Rock Sculpture, Rock Formations, Rock Art

Native American populations descend from three key migrations, scientists say

Scientists have found that Native American populations -- from Canada to the southern tip of Chile -- arose from at least three migrations, with the majority descended entirely from a single group of First American migrants that crossed over through Beringia, a land bridge between Asia and America that existed during the ice ages, more than 15,000 years ago.

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Inukshuk in Nunavut. Means "likeness of a person". First used by the Inuit people to mark trails,locate nearby settlements and mark good places to hunt and fish. Vancouver Photos, Inuit People, Polo Norte, Rock Sculpture, Old Names, Inuit Art, Canadian History, Canada Day, Newfoundland

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pointing the way

I didn't take this pic but I thought it was brilliant - pointing the way to the nearest Tim's.... How Canadian!!

The Inukshuk : is there anything more Canadian? Built by Inuits and Northern First Nations, they are a means to communicate and leave messages for other who would cross the same paths. Canada Summer, Canada Holiday, Vancouver Travel, Toronto Travel, Backpacking Canada, Canada Travel, Road Trip Map, Road Trips, Garden Art

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Nunavut Day in Canada

Nunavut Day, which is annually celebrated on July 9, commemorates passing of two Nunavut acts. The Canadian Parliament passed the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act and the Nunavut Act on July 9, 1993. Nunavut officially split from the Northwest Territories and became a Canadian territory on April 1, 1999.