Alice Kattuk was born in 1947 in Uppinguvailuk, an outpost camp near Sanikiluaq. She moved to the South Camp with her family in 1959. In 1971, she was asked to stay at the South Camp with Peter Kattuk to attend to the power station while everyone else moved to Sanikiluaq. They stayed there alone for a month but were never compensated for the work they did. Alice's testimony includes a description of a dog being killed by an RCMP officer.