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However, it is not the most common type of inuksuk.
The word inuksuk means "something which acts for or performs the function of a person".
Historically, the most common type of inuksuk is a single stone positioned in an upright manner.
In the early 1990s it was renamed for the Inuksuk monuments that dot the region and are a symbol of the territory.
Today some scholars believe that it is more likely to be an artifact of Inuit culture, an inuksuk or stone landmark.
On a ridge overlooking the city is the distinctive blue and white Inuksuk High School.
Together they form the inuksuk's heart.
The largest inuksuk is located in Schomberg.
The inuksuk symbolizes stone monuments which guide people on the land and mark sacred and other special places."
Like other Inuit language words, such as inukhuk/inuksuk, a different word may be used in different dialects.
A big pre-election issue in the capital city of Iqaluit developed over Inuksuk High School.
Although the design has been questioned, people believe it pays tribute to the inuksuk that stands at Vancouver's English Bay.
Other prominent symbols include the Canada goose, loon and more recently, the totem pole and Inuksuk.
It is one of the few public schools in the area, along with Inuksuk High School and Nakasuk School.
The high school in Iqaluit is named Inuksuk High School after the landmarks.
The markers have been erected throughout the country, including a nine-metre-high inuksuk that stands in Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario.
The Hammer of Thor, located on the Ungava Peninsula, Quebec may be an inuksuk.
According to Guinness World Records, the tallest inuksuk is in Schomberg, Ontario, Canada.
Wondermondo - Inuksuk Point (Enukso Point)
In 2005, First Air chose one of Blohm's photograph of an inuksuk for the 11 meter high tailfin of the airline's passenger jet fleet.
The inuksuk contains two rocks which the artist took to Mexico from Canada, one from the high Arctic and another from his home town of Toronto.
Prior to the opening of the Legislative Building of Nunavut the members met in the gymnasium of the Inuksuk High School.
Given growing knowledge about and appreciation for Inuit culture, contemporary scholars believe this work is as likely to be an Inuksuk, a stone landmark, erected by Inuit.
The inuksuk was also used as the symbol of the Summit of the Americas, because of its connotations of "guidance and unity...towards common goals."
Created by the Inuit, an inuksuk is a stone figure in the shape of a human used to mark a food cache, hunting ground or a place where someone lost their life.
The cover denotes an inukshuk, native to the band's home country of Canada.
It has one of the five authentic Inukshuk outside Canada.
The team that builds the Inukshuk puzzle in the fastest time wins.
Some scholars believe it may be an ancient Inuit inukshuk, a type of stone landmark.
Where natural landmarks were insufficient, the Inuit would erect an inukshuk.
The inuksugaq (or inukshuk) of stone allow these children to find their way back if they can convince the ijiraq to let them go.
These services used the Inukshuk Wireless network.
The inukshuk, which divides the flag, is a traditional stone monument used to guide travellers and to mark sacred sites.
In the same year, he successfully lobbied to have an inukshuk constructed on the grounds of the National Assembly.
Another feature is an Inukshuk placed outside the Mackenzie Hotel, which was rebuilt in 2006.
Wrecking Ball: Teams have to build an Inukshuk puzzle within a large circular area.
The release of the Therrien report coincided with the scheduled conclusion of the Inukshuk project.
Canada's Northern House also features an Inukshuk built by Peter Irniq.
The Inukshuk Project linked six communities in three Arctic regions by satellite through one-way video and two-way audio.
Hanson was the first editor of the Iqaluit community newspaper Inukshuk, which later became Nunatsiaq News.
The Inukshuk network was built using pre-WiMAX technology.
The emblem of 2010 Winter Olympics, "Ilanaaq the Inukshuk", was picked through an open contest.
The Inuit Tapirisat of Canada recognized an opportunity, and launched the Inukshuk Project.
Inuit Tapirisat began a three year Anik B Project name Inukshuk.
The flag features the traditional Inuit Inukshuk coloured white, blue, and green, echoing the flag of Labrador.
Inukshuk Internet, a predecessor to Inukshuk Wireless, was originally formed in 1999.
Its programs were being carried on CBC, which required thirty minutes formats and a higher level of technical quality than had been the norm during Inukshuk.
In 1973, Beck developed a new series of minimalist pieces that he entitled "Inukshuk" which is Inuit for sculptural presence (such as, a stone landmark).
The Inukshuk was built using stone from Nunavut, The Northwest Territories and British Columbia.
Monterrey's Inukshuk is one of only a handful of authentic examples to be found outside Canada of these stone monuments from the high Arctic.