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Education Traditional: Inuit children would learn through observation and imitation. Some Inuit have very low literacy levels; some people cannot read or write in Inuktitut or English, but it does not impede their ability to succeed in their community.
Adoption Traditional: Adoption was a vital part of traditional life, families could either ask a pregnant woman for a child, or a pregnant woman would choose a family for her child.
Shelter Traditional Winter: Snow hut One big iglu for all spaces.
Education Modern: Inuit children attend schools in their own communities.More Inuit are seeking formal education through post-secondary studies in southern counterparts of the country. There are no universities in the North, and some colleges offer trades that are suitable to their environment.
Adoption Modern: Children are still adopted, and it is recognized by most provinces and territories. Traditionally there was no paper work needed to adopt a child, simply by discussion, arrangements would be made for adoption. Today, there is much bureaucracy when dealing with adoption, especially in the south.
Five Months later
Shelter Modern: HouseTraditionally Inuit would move with the animals and the seasons, which is why they had several different types of houses. Today Inuit live in small communities, and for the most part stay in that community year-round.
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