In Canada’s north, the country's Inuit suffer under an acute housing crisis, according to a recent report.
The vast majority of the population in the areas surveyed live in social housing units. Private apartments can cost $3,000 per month in e.g. Kuujjuaq, while in downtown Toronto you would only have to pay round $1,800.
The housing situation leads to many Inuit feeling forced to leave the area and re-locate to other parts of the country.