Annie Pootoogook’s time on earth was short but the Inuk artist had a big impact…
‘I thought we could do something to honour her’ Ottawa Inuit Children’s centre remembers Annie Pootoogook
Inuit youth centre remembers Annie Pootoogook in Ottawa.
The Inuk artist was laid to rest in Cape Dorset, Nunavut Wednesday.
About 100 people attended the memorial for Pootoogook at St. Paul’s Church on Thursday.
Annie Pootoogook’s funeral was much like her art. It was raw, real, emotional and uniquely Inuit.
The Ontario Coroner’s Office released Annie Pootoogook’s body Thursday
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Ottawa police criticized over handling of case.