Photo: Inuit elder visits Nunatsiavut for cultural programming

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

Nunavut elder Piita Irniq, originally from Repulse Bay and now residing in Ottawa, poses for a photo with some junior rangers near Rigolet, Labrador after an iglu-making workshop. This is the third time the Nunatsiavut Government has hired Irniq to do culture and healing workshops, which include iglu-making, carving and ulu-making, as well as residential school healing sessions. Visit Piita Irniq's Facebook page to see what he's been up to in Nunatsiavut. (PHOTO COURTESY PIITA IRNIQ)


Nunavut elder Piita Irniq, originally from Repulse Bay and now residing in Ottawa, poses for a photo with some junior rangers near Rigolet, Labrador after an iglu-making workshop. This is the third time the Nunatsiavut Government has hired Irniq to do culture and healing workshops, which include iglu-making, carving and ulu-making, as well as residential school healing sessions. Visit Piita Irniq’s Facebook page to see what he’s been up to in Nunatsiavut. (PHOTO COURTESY PIITA IRNIQ)

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