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NEWS: Nunavut September 11, 2018 - 8:00 am

Photo: Inuit Guardians greet visiting dignitaries

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Gjoa Haven residents working as Inuit Guardians of the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror pose with David Reed, deputy high commissioner at British High Commission, along with federal environment minister Catherine McKenna and Nunavut Tunngavik President Aluki Kotierk, late last week. They visited Cambridge Bay and Gjoa Haven, as well as the site where the ships were found, to highlight joint ownership of Sir John Franklin artifacts between Canada and Inuit. (PHOTO COURTESY OF DAVID REED/TWITTER)
Gjoa Haven residents working as Inuit Guardians of the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror pose with David Reed, deputy high commissioner at British High Commission, along with federal environment minister Catherine McKenna and Nunavut Tunngavik President Aluki Kotierk, late last week. They visited Cambridge Bay and Gjoa Haven, as well as the site where the ships were found, to highlight joint ownership of Sir John Franklin artifacts between Canada and Inuit. (PHOTO COURTESY OF DAVID REED/TWITTER)

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