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NEWS: Ottawa September 26, 2016 - 3:25 pm

Photo: A new crop of potential leaders heads to Nunavut Sivuniksavut

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A fresh crop of Inuit youth from across Nunavut are getting used to the big city of Ottawa and settling into a new routine at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a leadership college that teaches students about Inuit history, culture, language and contemporary issues to prepare them for careers and maybe even to continue their post-secondary education. Students started their year with a retreat to Harris Farm in Gatineau, above, and have already performed on Parliament Hill for the Embrace Life suicide prevention event earlier this month. Nunatsiaq News wishes all new students a successful and rewarding year. (NS FACEBOOK PHOTO)
A fresh crop of Inuit youth from across Nunavut are getting used to the big city of Ottawa and settling into a new routine at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a leadership college that teaches students about Inuit history, culture, language and contemporary issues to prepare them for careers and maybe even to continue their post-secondary education. Students started their year with a retreat to Harris Farm in Gatineau, above, and have already performed on Parliament Hill for the Embrace Life suicide prevention event earlier this month. Nunatsiaq News wishes all new students a successful and rewarding year. (NS FACEBOOK PHOTO)

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