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From left: Susan Onalik, St. John’s Native Friendship Centre; Sean Lyall, minister of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Nunatsiavut Government; Dr. Heather Igloliorte, artistic director of iNuit Blanche and curator of SakKijâjuk; Dr. Tom Gordon; and Dr. Richard Marceau.

From left: Susan Onalik, St. John's Native Friendship Centre; Sean Lyall, minister of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Nunatsiavut Government; Dr. Heather Igloliorte, artistic director of iNuit Blanche and curator of SakKijâjuk; Dr. Tom Gordon; and Dr. Richard Marceau.

From left: Susan Onalik, St. John’s Native Friendship Centre; Sean Lyall, minister of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Nunatsiavut Government; Dr. Heather Igloliorte, artistic director of iNuit Blanche and curator of SakKijâjuk; Dr. Tom Gordon; and Dr. Richard Marceau.


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