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Kaattuq (She is hungry) – part three – Nunatsiaq News

by ahnationtalk on December 20, 201971 Views

19 December 2019

How a woman named Summer found truth in a wintry place

We are pleased to offer our readers some light holiday reading in the form of a short story by former Iqaluit resident and Nunatsiaq News staff member Lisa Gregoire. Please note that this is a work of fiction. Happy reading!

See part two of this story here

Adla Ungalak, Nunavut’s wildlife minister, rose in the legislature during the winter sitting and announced a controversial one-year hunting ban on Westminster Island, known to local Inuit as Tuktulik.

The live broadcast, with English translation, was playing on a TV in Summer’s office and she stopped what she was doing and turned it up. Summer, Nunavut’s caribou expert, knew it was coming. She was the one who recommended the ban and she’d helped put together the press package. But still, it was public now, and real.

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