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torsdag 7 december 2017

Canada's First Inuk Heart Surgeon Hopes More Inuit Kids Will Pursue Their Passions

Canada's First Inuk Heart Surgeon Hopes More Inuit Kids Will Pursue Their Passions
- Kimmaliardjuk was born in Winnipeg, Man. She lived in Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut, for a short time before her parents settled her family "down south" in Ottawa so that Kimmaliardjuk would have better educational opportunities. They chose Ottawa because of its large Inuit population, Kimmaliardjuk said.