Getting an in-person auto is quite an achievement when you live in the Arctic Circle. If you did get one, most people would bet it'd be Jordin Tootoo, and most people would be right. Tootoo is a spokesperson for Canadian North, an airline that services the Arctic. This week Canadian North and Jordin Tootoo made several stops in the Western Arctic. Tootoo is the first Inuk to make the NHL and is a inspiration to aboriginals accross Canada, especially in the North. Tootoo appeared at the school's gym, spoke about some of the obstacles he has overcame, such as his older brother's suicide and his battle with sobriety. There were a few presentations and Tootoo even did some drum dancing with a group of kids. The afternoon ended with Mr. Tootoo signing autographs.