Tuktoyaktuk teens will show their climate change doc at UN conference

A group of seven teenagers from Tuktoyaktuk has been invited to show a documentary they made on climate change at a United Nations convention this winter.

In June, the teens took part in a workshop where they learned how to film, edit and produce their own documentary.

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