Example sentences for: inuit

How can you use “inuit” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • There is also an academic distinction between Inuit and Eskimo, as explained by Alan D. Macmillan, a British Columbia professor of anthropology:

  • The only people who have embraced all of Canada’s vast territory are the Inuit and other pre-Columbian peoples, even though they now number less than half a million and have never been many more.

  • To gain an insight into the lives of Arctic-dwelling Inuit and Dene Indians of the Mackenzie Valley, visit Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre.

  • "Nunavut will be misgoverned not because the people in charge are Inuit, but because the territory has adopted the same system of governance as Boss Tweed's New York [or] Marion Barry's Washington, D.C. ...

  • The population of the new territory is 85 percent Inuit, and in the view of the Globe and Mail , "This alone marks an important step forward in relations between native and non-native in this country, guaranteeing, for instance, that when federal, provincial and territorial leaders meet, there will always be someone speaking for an aboriginal majority somewhere in the country."


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