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Meet the Inuk RCMP officer protecting Justin Trudeau

CBC.ca Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Const. George Henrie visited his home territory, Nunavut, as part of his job protecting the prime minister last week, when Justin Trudeau was in Iqaluit to apologize to Inuit for past government policies surrounding tuberculosis. 
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