Enoapik Sageaktook was born in Kimmirut in 1929, and her family relocated to Iqaluit in 1930 so that her father could work for the Americans. Her testimony includes information about employment and housing with the Americans, and the negative effects of alcohol upon the community. Enoapik testifies that dogs were an integral part of life and were required for transportation. She states that the dog killings began around 1948, and that loose dogs were shot. She testifies that the people who lost their dogs have received no compensation.