You can talk all you want about making it yourself, or buying it locally, but when you get right down to it, the only true, traditional Inuit clothing is that sewn up by Inuit women in the arctic, using the same animal furs that they have always used. Anything else is a COPY. Having said that, if Bushmeister is content to get the proper furs, find out how they are assembled, and make himself an Inuit hunter's suit, then I say, "power to him." but it is not "traditional Inuit clothing." It is a "knock-off." Now there is nothing "wrong" with knock-offs, as long as they are recognized as such. As Bushmeister stated , it would be a good thing to support the local crafts. But, we all realize 3000 Canadian, is big money in any language, and I don't think anyone would fault him for trying to come up with a cheaper alternative. I know that I wouldn't.
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.
--- John Muir