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How many ways can you describe snow?

Pian Penashue_ edward Nuna.PNG Pien Penashue -Edward Nuna - Bertha Holeiter bertha.holeiter.PNG Most of us have heard there are dozens of words in Inuktitut for snow. But Innu Aimun also has a rich winter vocabulary. Our reporter John Gaudi spent some time with two elders in Labrador. They told him about words for snow, and the stories they inspire. Sixty-one year old Bertha Holeiter is an Inuit elder living in Happy Vally-Goose Bay. Eighty-five year old Pien Penashue lives Sheshatshiu. Edward Nuna is interpreting for Pien Penashue.

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