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Unveiling 1,200 years of human occupation in Canada’s Arctic

A recent study provides new insights into ancient cultures in Canada’s Arctic, focusing on Paleo-Inuit and Thule-Inuit peoples over thousands of years. Jules Blais, professor of biology at the University of Ottawa, and a team of researchers detected human presence and settlements on Somerset Island, Nunavut, by analyzing sediment samples. The Arctic has been home […]

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