Qulliq (Inuktitut) | Feb 12, 2013 | 7:54

Pope Resigns

The Pope has announced that he will resign. CBC’s Betty Autut spoke to Sidonie Nirlungayok of Kugaaruk to get her reaction. (INUKTITUT)

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