By Emily Blake THE CANADIAN PRESS Visitors to Google’s home page on National Indigenous Peoples Day get a chance to learn about late Inuk author Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk. Nappaaluk is featured in Wednesday’s Google Doodle, a temporary interactive feature on the site that celebrates people, holidays, events and anniversaries. Google says she is being celebrated for her work preserving Inuit culture and language. “I’m so happy Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk is being honoured in this Google Doodle and that I could help spread awareness of her contribution to our history,” said Inuk artist Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona of Ottawa, who illustrated the Doodle. “I know millions of Canadians will see the Doodle, and I’d like to think that ‘Canada’ can go through a rebranding as an Indigenous nation. “But I don’t create for people
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