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To Go Further
Decolonizing History – Thousands of Sled Dogs Killed (Décoloniser l’histoire – des chiens de traîneaux abattus par millier)
Between 1957 and 1975, thousands of sled dogs were slaughtered in Nunangat, northern Canada. For the Inuit, these animals must live freely in the community. The zeal of the authorities had a tragic impact on their way of life.
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