Johanasie Apak was born in 1942. His testimony includes information about his family's move to Clyde River when children were required to attend school. Johanasie discusses the housing conditions they experienced once they arrived in the community. The rent, which was supposed to remain $2, was quickly raised to $15 and has been increasing ever since. He also describes the shooting of his own dogs by an RCMP officer and a member of the store staff. His dogs got loose because he did not have metal chains to tie them up properly.