At this moment, somewhere in Canada, an Inukshuk (IN-OOK-SHOOK) is showing the way. For centuries, the Inuit people have been erecting stone markers as a way of providing direction across the Canadian Arctic’s barren landscape. In an environment where temperatures can reach minus 60°C, and freezing winds can howl and rage for days, Inukshuks can mean the difference between life and death. No wonder these “guideposts of life” also carry a strong spiritual connotation for the Inuit. In recent years, Inukshuks have become a powerful Canadian symbol recognized throughout the world. Vision, leadership and strength — hallmarks not only of the Inuit people and their centuries of tradition but also of Canada itself.
Size - 1 6/8"