The Canadian PressApril 21, 2014 10:30
IQALUIT, Nunavut - The hunter grabs one of his delicacies by its furry, frozen ear and waves it in the air.
"Caribou heads for sale!" he cries. "Caribou heads for sale!"
Eager for the makings of a tasty soup, customers flock to his table at an open-air market in Iqaluit, where fresh-from-the-land food has been on occasional offer since 2010. Tables piled with caribou, seabirds, seaweed, seal — the "country foods" of the traditional Inuit diet — sell out in minutes.