Iqaluit’s only high school is a cultural mosaic and for some students, the mix of Inuit and non-Inuit students of various backgrounds has made for a positive learning experience.

Grade 12 student Kiersten Williams, in general, views cultural diversity in her classes as an “eye opening and positive experience.” For her, it is an opportunity to learn about different cultures and people. She recognizes the importance and value of creating bonds with students from the south.

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Rajnesh Sharma

Rajnesh Sharma is a Canadian journalist, who has extensively travelled the world to experience various cultures. She has lived and worked internationally over the past decade, meeting and interviewing...