Archaeologists looking to turn ancient site near Iqaluit into tourist attraction

They were known as the Thule people.

Steve Mongeau
APTN National News
There were people living in the Arctic for thousands of years before the Inuit.

There were called the Thule people.

Several archaeologists from the Inuit Heritage Trust have been working on a site near Iqaluit in the hopes of getting a better understanding of the Thule people.

The plan is to educate locals and tourists.