Inuit become world's biggest landowners

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The Independent Online
Rankin Inlet, North-west Territories - The Queen was to travel to a remote Arctic outpost yesterday to celebrate the creation of a homeland that makes Canada's Inuit the world's largest private landowners. Under a land-claim deal signed with Canada last year, the Inuit are forming a 136,000-square-mile self-governing territory. Reuter

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