Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Pauktuutit president Rhoda Innuksuk ousted

Pauktuutit president ousted
Innuksuk accused of misconduct, according to internal documents


Rhoda Innuksuk has been dismissed as president of Pauktuutit Inuit Women
of Canada, as part of a conflict brewing for months at the national Inuit
women's organization.

CBC News has learned that Innuksuk was ousted on Monday night as
Pauktuutit's president for alleged misconduct, citing in part an interview
she did with CBC Radio in July about changes at the organization.

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