Mary Iqaqrialu was born at Kangiqsualujjuaq [?]. Her testimony includes information on the C.D. Howe and her husband’s treatment for tuberculosis. In the 1960s her family relocated to Clyde River in order for her children to attend school. Mary’s testimony includes information on healthy dogs being shot by the police without warning. She recalls dogs being shot while she was in her house and the dogs were hiding underneath the house. Mary testifies that between 10 and 12 of her husband’s dogs were shot and that he was very hurt by this incident and that it affected his ability to hunt.