Canada's Arctic region is dominated by the tundra biome which is devoid of trees and lacks any natural landmarks - however stones can be found on this landscape.
Canada's northern people's, including peoples of other Arctic nations, build these stone structures for a variety of purposes including navigation, reference points, hunt ground markers or as a food cache.
Located in Toronto's Inukshuk Park stands this magnficent statue.
To log this cache, locate the plaque near the Inukshuk and email the CO with answer to the following question:
"What is the eighth word on the first full line of text on the plaque?" (The title on the plaque is not considered the first full line of text).