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Grollier Hall - Algoma University Archives
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OR WILL THEY CHANGE THE INORLD ?. • •
PHOTOGRAPHED BY PAUL LEROUX
HOSTEL LIFE
A HOSTEL IS A RESIDENCE FOR STUDENTS WHO, FOR ONE REASON OR ANOTHE~,
MUST ATTEND SCHOOL AWAY FROM HOME IN INUVIKo As SUCH, IT WOULD NEVE~ WORK
AND BOTH THE STUDENTS AND THE TE~RITORIES WOULD BE POORERo
FOR THE SANITY OF STUDENTS AND STAFF, AS WELL AS FOR RESPECT OF THE
TAXPAYER'S MONEY AND OUR OWN CONSCIENCE, A HOSTEL MUST BE A HOME.
THE EDUCATION AND FORMATION OF THE CHARACTER THAT IS, OR SHOULD BE
RECEIVED AT HOME MUST CONTINUE IN A HOSTEL. IT IS TOO WELL KNOWN THAT IF YOU
SEND A BUM TO UNIVERSITY, YOU WILL GET AN EDUCATED BUHooo
THE PERSONAL ATTENTION AS WELL AS THE INDIVIDUALIZED APPROACH MUST
BE MAINTAINED IN SPITE OF THE SHAPE OF THE BUILDING AND THE GREAT NUMBER OF
STUDENT$ 0 A SENSE OF HAPPINESS AND TRUST MUST PREVAIL ALONG WITH ORDER AND
GOOD WILLe AND SINCE THE NORTH OF TOMORROW SHOULD BELONG TO THE NATIVES OF
TODAY, HOSTEL STUDENTS SHOULD RECEIVE MORE THAN OTHERS IN THE FIELDS OF
SELF-CONFIDENCE, LEADERSHIP, PUBLIC SPEAKING, PRIDE AND RESPONSIBILITY 0
THE GROLLIER HALL PHILOSOPHY IS SIMPLE a WE GIVE MORE BUT ASK MOREo
WE BELIEVE THAT AVERAGE PEOPLE HAKE FOR AN AVERAGE WORLD AND SLIP TO EASILY
INTO MEDIOCRITY. WE BELIEVE THAT OUR STUDENTS DESERVE MOREe
IT IS A CHALLENGE 0 BUT THIS CHALLENGE IS CERTAINLY WORTHY OF OUR
STUDENTS AND OF THEIR NOBLE ANCESTORS. THIS PROMISING NORTH DESERVES NO LESS.
THE COVER
THERE ARE THREE BOLD LINES UNDER THE HOSTEL CREST 0 THE POPULATION
OF INUVIK HAS BECOME ACCUSTOMED TO ASSOCIATE THIS MAGIC NUMBER WITH THE THREE
RACESJ INDIAN, ESKIMO AND "OTHERS" ALL WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE BETTERMENT
OF OUR LANDooeSINCE THIS IS OBVIOUS, WE FOUND ANOTHER MEANING••• THEY STANO
FOR THE THREE ~UALITIES THAT GROLLIER HALL WISHES FOR ITS STUDENTS.
EDUCATION TO TAKE THEIR RIGHTFUL PLACE IN A COMPLEX WORLDo
LEADERSHIP IN ASSURING THE BENEFITS OF THE NORTH FOR THEIR PEOPLEe
CHARACTER OR MORAL COURAGE TO HAVE THE SPIRIT LEAD THE BODY•••
BEFORE GOING TO PRESS, TWO SMALL S~UARES WERE ADDEO TO SUGGEST THE FORM OF A
CROSS AS A REMINDER THAT THE HOSTEL FUNCTIONS AS A CHRISTIAN INSTITUTION,
DEDICATED TO LOVE AND PEACE ON EARTH BUT ALSO TO OUR ETERNAL DIMENSION•••
REV. FATHER GROLLIER O.M.I.
OUR HOSTEL WAS NAMED AFTER A VERY FINE HAN, ~UITE UNKNOWN TO MOST
OF OU~ STUDENTS AND STAFFe HIS NAME WAS PETER HENRY GROLLIERo WHEN HE WAS
STUDYING TO BECOME A PRIEST IN FRANCE, MOST OF HIS FELLOW STUDENTS THOUGHT
THAT HE WAS RATHER DELICATE AND WOULD BE MORE AT HOME IN THE SUNNY SOUTH•••
LITTLE DID THEY KNOW THAT THE YOUNG STUDENT ~ HAD GREAT DESIRES BURNING
INSIOEe HE WANTED TO BE A MISSIONARY. NOT ONLY FOR THE POOR BUT OF THE P00REST 0
HE WAS ORDAINED PRIEST ON JUNE 29, 1851 BY THE FOUNDER OF THE ORDER OF O.M.I.,
BISHOP DE MAZEN00 0 A FEW MONTHS AFTER HE LEFT PARENTS FRIENDS AND COUNTRY
FOR THE NORTH-WEST. ONCE AROUND HERE, HIS ADVENTURES WITH SUFFERING AND
HARDSHIP READ LIKE AN UNBELIEVABLE NOVELe HE FOUNDED A GREAT MANY MISSIONS
ALONG THE RIVER, LEARNED THE LANGUAGE OF HIS BELOVED NATIVES AND GAINED THEIR
ADMIRATION WITH HIS CONSTANT ZEAL AND COURAGEo FATHER GROLLIER OlEO IN FORT
GOOD HOPE ON JUNE 4, 1864, BEING ONLY THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS OF AGEo WHEN THEY
WANTED TO BURY HIH NEAR THE PROJECTED NEW CHURCH, HE HAD TOLD THEHa "Nol
BURY ME AMONG THE INDIANS, BETWEEN THE LAST TWO, WITH HY FACE TURNED TOWARDS
THE CROss."
AND so, IN THIS AGE WHEN WE THINK THAT WE HAVE DISCOVERED RELEVANCY
AND CONCERN FOR OUR BROTHER AND LOVE FOR OTHERS, MANY HAVE PRECEEDED USooeo
REV. FATHER MAX RUYANT
O.M.I.
ADMINISTRATOR OF GROLLIER HALL
MINDFUL OF YOUR DEDICATION AS A PRIEST FOR OVER A C(UARTER 01" A CENTURY,
OF YOUR TIRELESS SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY 01" INUVIK,
OF YOUR ENTHUSIASM AND PRIDE FOR GROLLIER HALL,
OF YOUR LOVE AND TRUST FOR ALL OF
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WE, THE STUDENTS 01" GROLLIER HALL JOYFULLY DEDICATE THIS YEARBOOK TO YOUe
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LARRY BENT OYER AN AMP ANO STUDYING THE SCORE
OF HIS NEXT SONG IS VERY MUCH LIKE HIMSELF•
HE COMES FROM FORT GOOD HOPE AND MUSIC IS HIS
GREAT INTERESTe BESIDES SINGING (?) AND
COLLECTING TAPES AND RECORDS HE LIKES GROWING
HIS HAIR AND ~ATCHINQ FOR THE 4 o'cLOCK BUZZER•
WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A RADtO ANNOUNCER AND
COME BACK TO THIS TOWN FOR THE FRE~UENT BLACK
MoST OF ALLt ROGER IS A CROSS-COUNTRY SKIER AND
A MEMBER OF THE CANADIAN SKI TEAHe SKI NAS TURNE
HIM FROM A SPOILED BRAT TO A FINE FELLOW WITH
POISE AND GREAT DETERMINATION• HE THINKS GROLL!
HAS CHANGED FOR THE BETTER IN THE PAST YEARS
AND FOR THE FUTURE HE HOPES TO BECOME A SKI
INSTRUCTOR AND WIN A MEDAL FOR CANADA SOMEDAY•
HE SAW DAYLIGHT IN AKLAYIK, OF ALL PLACES•••
JANE COCKNEY
Now RESIDING IN INUVIKt JANE IS SMOOTH AND
CHARMING. HER MAIN AMBITION IS TO COMPLETE
SCHOOL AND START WORKING• As FOR HOBBIES, SHE
LIKES READINQ A GREAT DEAL AND ATTENDING SOCIAL
FUNCTIONS EVEN MORE ••• FUTURE JET-SETTER OR
MUKTUK ANNIE ?
TALL JAMES IS FROM ARCTIC RED RIVER AND IS
ANOTHER MUSIC MAN. BESIDES THE GUITAR, HIS MAIN
INTEREST IS IN FILM-MAKING AND SCRIPT-WRITING.
HE WOULD LIKE TO EARN AN A.S.C. AND COME BACK
TO FILM JOE ADAM'S WAY OF TRAPPING. WITH THE
~UIET DETERMINATION THAT CHARACTERIZES HIMt HE
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PAUL
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CHRISTINE
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DAVID
KELLY
ROSEANNE
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MARY
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RICHARD McLEOD 1 SECONO YEAR, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA.
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I SECOND YEAR, UNIVERSITY OF ALASKAe
RUDY COCKNEY
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LOUIS GOOSE
1 CBC NORTHERN SERVICE, INUVIKe
JOHN BERNIER
I FIRST YEAR, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTAe
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IT HAS BEEN WRITTEN THAT ON HALLOWEEN NIGHT
AT GROLLIER YOU COULD PADDLE FROM THE BOYS 1
DORM TO THE GIRLS' DORMeeeiF IT GETS WORST,
THE STUDENTS' COUNCIL MIGHT HAVE TO PROVIDE
SURF BOARDS•••
(BUT PABLO WOULD HAVE TO STOP HOPPINGeee)
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MARY-JANE McDoNALD, KARON LOCKHEART, RUTHIE CASAWAY, GRACE LOREEN, LUCY NORMAN,
MARTINA NORWEGIAN, RUBY RUBEN, LAVERNA KIMIKSANAt CAMILLA LOREEN 1 DOREEN KIKTORAK•
GLORIA LENNIE, BETTY-ANN LOCKMEART 1 PHOEBE MANUEL, MARY COCKNEY, CELINE IDJOAKA,
LOUISA KUDLUK, LAURA CARDINAL, ESTHER NORWEGIAN.
MARGARET NATSIE, FLORA COCKNEY, PHOEBE RuBEN, MARLEINE RUBEN, LILLY-ANN RUBEN.
RENIE WDLKIEt AGNES RUBEN, BARBARA SOLDAT, ANGELA RABISCAt BETTY BARNABEt FREEOA LOCKHEART 1
VIOLETTA AMAROKo
IRENE GREEN, PATSY CASAWAYt IRENE KAKFWit MARY-ANN COVENt LIMA KaPTANAt BARBARA KLENQENBERG•
CAROLINE Weoow, MoNICA CASAWAYt MoNICA LOCKHEART, BEATRICE WIDOw, ELAINE CARDINAL•
Bo'fs
KENNEDY COCKNEY, TONY KLENQENBERG, ERNEST RADDI, JoMAX KUDLUK, AUDY KUDLUK,
ROBERT KUPTANA, FLOYD KUPTANA•
GILBERT Ruau, HENRY 0; AVIAK, GLEN SILAOTSIAKt MIOHAEL HARRISON, JOHN LENNI£,
WILLIAN RUBEN, FRANK TETSOt ALlERT RUBEN, RONNIE BENOIT.
BRYAN KLENQENBERQt RAY RUBEN, ALVIN SILAOTSIAKt LAWRENCE RUBEN, FRANCIS RUBEN,
PATRICk HARRISON, LESLIE RADDI.
ALlERT CASAWAYt FRED RADDit PAUL RADDit STANLEY COCKNEYt LEONARO KUPTANAt WILLIAM PETERSONt
DAVID NORBERT 0
AUDY KLENQENIERGt DENNIS NORBERT, WILLIAM KUPTANAt DANNY YAKELEYAt EDDY McPHERSON, RUBEN
GREEN, MARK CASAWAYt PATRICK KUDLAK. SECOND ROWa WINTER LENNIEt DoUGLAS HARRISON, RUDOLPH
CARDINAL, FREDERICK HARRISON, ALVIN VALLEE, WAYNE McTAGGART, DANNY LOREEN, WAYNE COCKNEY,
GEORGE CRERAR• BOTTOM ROWa EDWARD COVENt IRVIN McDoNALD, PETER RUBEN, PATRICK KUPTANA,
DAVID TETso, WILLIE KUPTANAe
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DAYIO COOK, SHOWING SOME OF THE
TECHNI~UE
AND SPIRIT THAT HAS BROUGHT FAME TO THE INUVIK TEAM.
CROSS-COUNTRY SKI
THANKS TO THE VISION OF MEN SUCH AS FATHERS
MoUCHET AND RUYANT, O.M.I., GROLLIER HALL
CAN NOW TAKE PRIDE IN HAVING BEEN THE CRADLE
OF CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING IN INUVIKe FROM THE
VERY BEGINNING, WE SUPPORTED THE PROGRAMME
MORALLY AS WELL AS FINANCIALLY. IT PROVED TO
BE A GOOD I~VESTMENTI IN RETURN WE GOT OUR
FINEST STUDENTS•••
N. W. T. 'S NUMBER ONE SPORT
COACH BJORGER PETTERSEN WITH THE FAMOUS INUVIK SKI TEAM. THEY HAVE PUT INUVIK ON ALL THE MAPSe
FRED "EXPRESS" KELLY
1968
1969
1969
1970
CANADIAN JR CHAMPION
BERGSJpLOPPET WINNER
U.S.A. JR CHAMPION
U.S.A. JR CHAMPION
ERNIE LENNIE
1970
G.H.
JUNIOR CHAMPION OF CANADA
ACADEMIC STUDENT OF THE YEAR
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THE BEST MANAGER-COACH
IN NORTH AMERICA•••
ANGUS AND REX COCKNEY
POWERFUL BROTHERS
THE FABULOUS FIRTH TWINS
AMONG TEN BEST IN THE WORLD
ROSEANNE, ROGER AND ANITA ALLEN
A FAMILY OF CHAMPIONS
THE GROLLIER HALL SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM
1970 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
FIRST ROWa TURPIN COCKNEY, GORDON NORBERG, RON BALDWIN, FR.RUYANT, ANDY GREEN, HAROLD McDoNALD
DENNIS THRASHER. SECOND ROWa PLAYING-COACH DAVE WOODRUFF, FRED BENNETT, JOHN NORBERG, JOSEPH
TOBAC, PAUL ANDREW, MIKE BALDWIN, CHARLIE GAUDET, JOHN McDONALD, PAT COADYe STICK-BOY IN FRONT
IS NORMAN Mc0oNALD 0 MISSING: BENNY DocTOR
CHAMPIONS
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THE GROLLIER HALL SOCCER TEAM
1970 LEAGUE AND PLAYOFFS CHAMPIONS
PAUL LEROUX, WALTER BEZHA, TED CURTIS, LARRY GORDON, TURPIN COCKNEY, CHARLIE GAUDET, PAUL ANDREW 0
MISSINGI BJORQER V. PETTERSEN ANO REX COCKNEY.
TURPIN COCKNEY SCORES HIS FIFTH GOAL OF THE NIGHT TO HELP HIS TEAM TO A 7-7 Tl£ IN
A POOR GAME AGAINST THE TOWN 00PIKS ON FEBo 20. THE NEXT DAY, TURPIN SCORED FIVE
MORE GOALS TO LEAD HIS SOCCER TEAM TO A 7-4 VICTORY AGAINST THE DELTA MUSKRATS 0
TURPIN WON THE SCORING CHAMPIONSHIP IN BOTH LEAGUES IN 69-70. OH, YESoooHE ALSO
WINS SCORING CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BASKETBALL AND IS ONE OF THE BEST ACADEMICALLYooo
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HOCKEY ACTION AT THE A~MOST-COMPLETED INUVIK ARENA COMPLEXo
REV. MAX RUYANT
INUVIK HOCKEY'S STRONGEST
SUPPORTER SINCE TEN YEARS
DAVE WbODRUFFe HE AND HIS WIFE HAVE DONE
A LOT TO DEVELOP HOCKEY IN TOWN AS WELL
AS AT THE HOSTEL.
TURPIN COCKNEYS HE LEADS AN EXCITING TEAM.
JUNIOR
THE BOLD ONES
EDDY McPHERSON, MARC CASAWAY, DAVE WOODRUFF,
WAYNE COCKNEY, DENNIS NORBERT. FRONT: EDWARD
COYEN, PATRICK KUPTANA, WINTER LENNIE, DANNY
YAKELEYA, IRVIN McDoNALD, WILLIAM KUPTANAe
HOCKEY
THE IMPOSS I BLES
DOUGLAS HARRISON, WILLIE KUPTANA, DAVE WOODRUFF,
RUBEN GREEN, DANNY LOREENe FRONT: FREDDY HARRISON,
RUDOLPH CARDINAL, WAYNE McTAGGART, PATRICK KUDLUK,
ALVIN VALLEE, PETER RUBEN
JETS
ROCKETS
WILLIAM RUBEN, GILBERT RUBEN, DAVID TETSOe
FRONT& LESLIE RADOI, FRANK TETso, DAVE WOODRUFF,
BRIAN KLENQENBERG, GLEN StLASTIAKe
RAY RUBEN, LAWRENCE RUBEN, RONNIE BENOIT, ALBERT
CASAWAY, FRANCIS RUBENe FRONT& PAUL RADDI 9 ALVIN
SILASTIAK, DAVE WOODRUFF, MICHAEL HARRISON,
ROBERT KUPTANA.
INTRAMURAL
BLUES
MIDGETS
H.MoRNtNGcHtLo, o.KELLv, w.BEZHA
J.NoRBERG, A.GAUDET, H. McDoNALD
P.ANDREw, R.DocToR, C.GAUDET
J.CAESAR, J.FURLONG, T.KAKFWI
BUCKEROOS
HAWKS
A.LENNIE, J.GRANDJAMBE,A.LENNIE
J.TOBAC, R.YAKELEYAt D0 THRASHER
J. NORBERT t J-.ERUTSEt I.MANUEL
T.CocKNEY, N.McOoNALD, A.GREEN
BASKETBALL
TIGERS
P.STORR, T.PORTER, K.EDKINS
N0 MC0oNALD, P0 BEZHA
LIONS
R0 RADDI, R.NORWEGIAN, JoPASCAL
w.McNEELY, MoNEYELLE
JETS
R;TuTcHo, J.TETso, G.CLEARY
A.KALOON, s;cooK
LUCY NORMAN
J'
MARTINA NORWEGIAN
Juw\oR 6irl5
THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLf GIRLSl
FOR LITTLE GIRLS GET BIGGER EV 1 RY
THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLSl
THEY GROW UP IN THE MOST DELIGHTFUL WAYooo
- LERNER & LOEWE MONICA LOC'KHART
BETTY ANN LOCKHART
RUTHIE CASAWAY
LENA KUPTANA
CAMILLA LOREEN
MARLENE RUBEN
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GLOR lA HARRIS
PHOEBE RUBEN
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BOYHOOD ••••••• THAT
FLEETING MOMENT IN TIME
WHEN A DAY WAS FOR ETERNITY
AND SUMMER LASTED FOREVER•••
(OR WAS IT WINTER ? ) -TENNYSON•
WINTER LENNIE
ALBERT CASAWAY
WILLIAM RUBEN-JOHNNIE LENNIE-PATRICK HARRISON
ALVIN VALLEE
EDDY MCPHERSON
JOHN MAX
KENNEDY COCKNEY
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MOFFA 11 KUDLUK
MARK AND THE MARKSMEN
ALBERT CASAWAY
WAYNE MCTAGGART
ROBERT
LESLIE AND PAUL RADDI
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COOKIE 11 KUPTANA
FRANCIS RUBEN
~UDOLPH
CARDINAL
MICHAEL HARRISON
ALVIN SILASTIAK
LESLIE RADDt
SCHOOl liFE
SAMUEL HEARNE SECONDARY SCHOOL
OUR
SENIOR 81RLS 1 PLAYROOM
SHARP FRED•••
CHOW TIME
HOUSE
SENIOR GIRLS' DORM
JOYCE CASAWAY
ANNE YAKELEYA AND HAROLD McDONALD
GROLLIER HALL CHAPEL
SENIOR BOYS'PLAYROOM
THE ROCK LIBRARY
DOOLEY IS QIRLS' DOORMAN•••
SRs. GAUTHIER
& CHAPUT
ENJOYING FREE TIME
FRIENDLY CHAT•••
Moo RON
COUCH TIME
NORMAN McDoNALD
BRAINS,ANGLES AND LUCKooo
PETER 6EZHA
SENIOR QIRLS 1 PLAYROOM
STUDENTS' COUNCIL
FIRST ROW& CHARLIE GAUDET, PAULINE NIPTANATIAKt CELINE
CHINNA, ELSIE VITAL; ANGUS LENNIE PRES 0 , JOHN NORBERG,
ROGER ALLENv SECOND ROW& PAUL ANDREW, RAYMOND YAKELEYA,
TURPIN COCKNEY, ERNIE LENNIE, ARNOLD GAUDET, JOJO PASCALo
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
THIS YEARBOOK WAS THE BRAIN-CHILD OF THE STUOENTS 1
COUNCIL OF GROLLIER HALLe IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER THE
ENTIRE STUDENT BODY AND MEMBERS OF THE STAFF CONTRIBUTED 0
OTHERS IN TOWN ALSO CONTRIBUTED AND WE THANK THEMe
ALL EDITORS HOPE THAT THEIR YEARBOOK WILL BE UNI~UE. OURS
IS SPECIAL IN THE FOLLOWING TERMS& WE STARTED VERY LATEt
WE WANTED TO BE FREE OF ADVERTISING AND INNOVATE WITH
LAY-OUTS 0 SINCE THIS IS NOT A YEARLY PUBLICATION, WE
TRIED TO COMBINE A YEARBOOK WITH AN ALBUM OF GROLLIER
HALL THAT WOULD BE USEFUL TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEE. HERE
BEFORE OR WILL BE HERE IN THE FUTUREo SUCH INNOVATIONS
ALWAYS BRING THE PRAISE OF SOME AND THE WRATH OF OTHERSe
WE ONLY NOPE TO HAVE THE UNDERSTANDING OF ALL•••
ALL THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS BOOK WERE MADE BY PAUL LEROUX.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST, THIS YEARBOOK WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN
POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE GENEROUS HELP OF FATHER Je ADAM
AND fATHER MAX RUYANT.
THE EDITORS.
PAUL I DON 1 T BE AFRAID TO DREAM BIG DREAMS•••
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INUVIK
FATHER J. ADA~O.M.I.
PASTOR
OUR LADY OF VICTORY
HIS ICE SCULPTURES ENHANCE INUVII< EVERY WINTER
INTERIOR OF IGLOO CHURCH
DRUM DANCERS
THEY ALL MAKE A TICKY TACK
AND THEY ALL LOOK JUST TME SAME •••
DICK HILL
FIRST MAYOR
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JNUVIK HAS SOME FINE CHURCHES
BUT ~ORSHIPPERS PREFER THE SHRINE•••
TOY TOWN
MAIN SQ.UARE
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Canade1
MORAL. COURAGE IS A RARER COMMODITY l'HAr\1 BRAVERY IN BATTLE ..•
R.F.I<.
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a souvenir of ...
INUVIK
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
CANADA
(
"Place of Man"
TOWN OF INUVIK
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Northwest Territories, Canada
"Place of Man"
During the mid 1950's, the government of
Canada felt there was a need for an administrative centre in the Western Arctic. Aklavik,
the traditional centre, was subject to flooding, erosion and space was limited thus a
search for a new site was launched.
On July 18, 1958 Inuvik, which means " Place
of Man " in Inuktitut, officially began by
proclamation of the 15th session of the Council
of the N.W .T .. Inuvik was the first planned
town North of the Arctic Circle. Inuvik as
stated on the Town Monument , dedicated by
the Rt. Hon. J o hn Diefenbaker, was created
as a model community to provide "the normal facilities of a Canadian town.
It was designed not only as a base for development and administration, but as a centre
to bring education . medical care and new
opportunity to the people of the Western
Arctic. "
Today, Inuvik is the government centre and
transportation hub for the Western Arctic .
Since 1979, Inuvik has been the end of the
Dempster Highway thus connecting the Arctic
with southern communities. Inuvik is also
the main headquarters for the oil and gas
industry operating in the Beaufort Sea/
MacKenzie Delta.
The attached complimentary Town of Inuvik
pin is a copy of the Town's Official Logo. The
light green teepee represents the Dene. the
igloo represents the Inuit and the dark green
h,..••se represents the Non-natives who live
(
uvik. The Gold bands are the rays of the
n . __night sun unifying all three major ethnic groups which create ·the community
known as Inuvik, the " Place of Man".

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