Nunatsiaq News
NEWS: -none- August 07, 2018 - 7:30 am

Photo: Ancient Inuit site offers quite the view

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Maggie Kuniliusie came across the ancient, untouched remains of  Thule sod houses and food caches during a family day trip to Mattaatujjanaq, a traditional name meaning a place of abundant of whale skin, also known as Matak Fiord, in Auyuittuq National Park south of Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut. Nunatsiaq News wishes our readers a restful August long weekend. Our offices in Iqaluit and Ottawa will be shut on Monday. We’ll be back at it on Tuesday, Aug. 7. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MAGGIE KUNILIUSIE)
Maggie Kuniliusie came across the ancient, untouched remains of Thule sod houses and food caches during a family day trip to Mattaatujjanaq, a traditional name meaning a place of abundant of whale skin, also known as Matak Fiord, in Auyuittuq National Park south of Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut. Nunatsiaq News wishes our readers a restful August long weekend. Our offices in Iqaluit and Ottawa will be shut on Monday. We’ll be back at it on Tuesday, Aug. 7. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MAGGIE KUNILIUSIE)

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