Inuit company launches Arctic cruise line business

An Inuit-owned company in Canada is starting a cruise line business to take tourists around the Arctic.

The 66-passenger ice-class ship will set sail this summer. The tours will include communities in Nunavik, the Inuit region of northern Quebec.

Money to start the Cruise North Expeditions came a compensation fund for Inuits displaced by a huge hydroelectric project.

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