(pronounced ee-NOOK-shook) is a man-made stone landmark used by the Inuit and other peoples of the Arctic region in North America.
In an address at the 2003 UELAC AGM and Conference, Bernice spoke of the Inukshuk
as a symbol of preserving history and the importance of leaving a marker to point the way for future generations.
In addition to the items noted above, 2012 net income benefitted from a $233 million gain we recognized on Inukshuk
4], and referring to the inukshuk
as "a pagan symbol" [Letters, Where was the cross?
Tile [nuit Inukshuk
trophy is presented to the winning author(s) at Tile Institute of Public Administration of Canada's annual conference.
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Papageno the bird catcher is here like an Arctic Ptarmigan, the two Armed Guards like Inukshuk
monuments, and Monostatos and his crew like hairy invading Vikings.
Woods developed the inukshuk
as a symbol of wayfinding that these leaders represent to the profession.
The National Film Board of Canada's Challenge for Change series, and the formation of the Inuit Broadcasting Company Inukshuk
Project (IBC) in Canada, along with the establishment of the Native American Public Broadcasting Consortium (Now NAPT--Native American Public Television) resulted in more opportunities for production funding and distribution for and about Indigenous people.
We walked to the water's edge so Linda could film the Inukshuk
sculpture and Emma related how much that meant to her.
The region has been home to First Nations peoples for many centuries, and the 2010 Olympic logo is a colorful interpretation of an Inuit stone structure called an inukshuk
Vancouver has four mascots (Miga, Quatchi, Sumi and Mukmuk) and the Inukshuk
logo called Ilanaaq (friend).