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Inuit teens - Mortality rate five times higher than other Canadians

TERRY AUDLA.jpgITK President Terry Audla A new study says teens living in four Inuit regions have a mortality rate roughly five times higher than other Canadians. The numbers come from Statistics Canada from 2004-2008. But, the national Inuit organization, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami says there is some good news in the numbers. For more, we are joined by President of ITK, Terry Audla

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