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Google Maps brings Nunavut's Inuit to the world with street views of Cambridge Bay
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24 August 2012
On 24 August 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
When Chris Kalluk approached Google last year with the idea of educating the world about the Canadian Arctic and the Inuit who live there, he most likely didn't realize how quickly that would come to pass. The arrival of tricycle-toting Google personnel in and of itself has gone viral, sparking worldwide headlines. It's the farthest north that Google Maps has gone to date. Place names will also be in Inuktitut. The project marked the culmination of 11 months of planning and meetings with elders and political leaders of the hamlet.
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