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Toronto's first official Inuit group providing support to newcomers - North - CBC News


Toronto's first official Inuit group providing support to newcomers - North - CBC News: "A lot of people that I've come across, they have problems with housing or even just the language," Lackie says. "They don't have a lot of English."

He started the group Inuit of Toronto Urban Katimavvik, or iTUK.

"We decided that we should start an organization to support the Inuit for shelter and for education needs and financial needs."

Lackie believes about 1,300 Inuit are living in Toronto, many of whom could use support.

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