Photography Growing Up in Cambridge Bay Portraits and interviews BY Finn O’HaraUpdated 19:49, Jul. 1, 2016 | Published 12:37, Nov. 24, 2007 Share this page Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Email a link to this page More sharing options Adjust text size Nuka, 13 I want to write a book. A love story. And I want to open a chocolate shop in Belgium. Jordan, 15 I find that poetry gets my feelings out the best. I also express myself by singing. I pretty much try and find lots of creative ways to get that anger out rather than yelling at somebody. Dedre, 19 My job at the youth centre is to supervise the kids and make sure they don’t come in here being a drug addict or an alcoholic. Rolonda, 13 We don’t have to use seat belts here. I like that ’cause selt belts are annoying and they hurt when you hit bumps. Candice, 16 I got really close to a lot of people when I moved up here. I just don’t have the same connections down south. Jonathan, 15 (on bed) I honestly think we’re losing the culture. Colin, 14 I sent my grandpa a photo of when I was leading the cadets, and he said I looked exactly like my great uncle Wendel Clark. He was the sharpest and tallest man in his whole battalion. It’s what my grandpa said about me in my uniform. Douglas, 15 You see the northern lights once, you’re probably going to want to move here. Jason, 16 I want to do something in politics. I’d like to start off local at first, then provincial, then federal. That’s my plan. Kristie, 17 (left) Everyone knows everyone, and it makes it complicated. I guess you don’t have that much openness. Everyone’s talking and gossiping. It’s just tiresome. Additional interviews by Ben O’Hara.