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My dad says it feels like someone has declared war on us. Our home holds a special place in my heart that stays with me even when I travel. The mountains and crisp air always draw me back. There are plants and animals here that can only be found in the Arctic that Inuit have relied on for food for thousands of years. To think of this all being lost — that my people might lose this essential part of our culture, our connection to the land, water and animals — is so heartbreaking to me. Sam Ford Fjord, north of Clyde River. Greenpeace crew and guests are in Clyde River, Nunavut, to deliver solar panels. The people in Clyde River might be the biggest reason why I love my home so much. There is a warmth that I feel when I'm with my family and friends here. Our language and our culture are important to me and while we have undergone systemic oppression from colonizers who came to our land, we remain resilient and determined to maintain our sustainable ways of living. 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