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Poor Inuit housing ‘direct result of colonialism’: federal housing advocate

  • Inuit housing conditions are a result of colonialism and government failures, leading to homelessness, overcrowding, and major repairs needed in homes.
  • Inuit face high costs of living, unemployment rates, and lack access to daycare, which worsen the housing crisis and contribute to the spread of diseases like tuberculosis.
  • Inuit women in Nunatsiavut are at risk of having their children seized by the state due to the lack of long-term housing options. Advocates are calling for jurisdiction over housing programs and recognition of housing as a human right.
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