Hannah Sanguya was born in 1957. Her testimony includes information about dog slaughter and her school experience in Clyde River. Her father had to take her to school every week when her family lived in an outpost camp. Eventually her family moved to the community in 1968 or 1969. Her father told her one day that all of his dogs were shot by an RCMP officer. He was told that his dogs were sick. Hannah’s father did not agree with that, and looking back, Hannah herself does not believe they were either.