By CBC NEWS
November 4, 2015 – Two young Inuit throatsingers stole hearts Wednesday morning as they performed during the Justin Trudeau government's swearing-in ceremony.
Samantha Metcalfe and Cailyn Degrandpre of Ottawa, both 11, broke into giggles after each of two rounds of throatsinging in front of Canada's Governor General and the new prime minister, Justin Trudeau.
READ FULL ARTICLE: Cbc.ca,. “Inuit Throatsingers Steal The Show At Justin Trudeau's Swearing-In Ceremony“. N. p., 2015. Web. 29 Dec. 2015.