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Inuit people of Victoria Island speak Inuinnaqtun, one of the five main dialects of Canadian Inuit communities
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With its 217,291 square kilometers, Victoria Island is Canada's second-largest island. However, it has few inhabitants, grouped in two unique coastal villages. Inuit people of Victoria Island speak Inuinnaqtun, one of the five main dialects of Canadian Inuit communities, but also English.
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