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“Much has changed since the beginning, but Inuvialuit values remain the same. These values are at the foundation of the cultural resiliency that has allowed people to survive the turbulence of the past few centuries and maintain their Inuvialuit identity and strengthen their communities.
Inuvialuit today, as in the past, draw strength from their cultural traditions and from their ties to the land. Although many Inuvialuit work in the communities, the pull of the land is always strong. “I’m going to the bush” or “I’m going out on the land” are commonly heard phrases…
Inuvialuit leaders, elders and youth are unanimous in recognizing that building on the traditions of the past is essential for success today and in the future.”
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