‘Forgotten’ Inuit remains taken for research finally returned

It has been 40 years, but the remains of more than a dozen Inuit have finally been returned to their resting place in northern Labrador.

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It has been 40 years, but the remains of more than a dozen Inuit have finally been returned to their resting place in northern Labrador.

In the 1970s, researchers at Memorial University in St. John’s removed the remains for study.

APTN National News reporter Ossie Michelin was there.

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