Arctic art: Canada's Inuit people sculptures tell unique stories

First Nations Inuit communities are turning to art to both make a living, and to maintain their way of life and to stay connected to the land around them.

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    Native Inuit people living in the Canadian Arctic have traditionally survived by hunting whales, seals and polar bears.

    But as their way of life has changed dramatically, some have turned to art to make a living.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak visited the community of Joe Haven - where sculptures, paintings and tapestries are telling the world about their unique frozen landscape.


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