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Nunavik Maps

  1. Nunavik map
    Nunavik villages.
  2. Nunavik map 1997
    Nunavik villages. Map available in English and Inuktitut.
  3. Quebec map
    Nunavik in Quebec. Map available in English and Inuktitut.
  4. Circumpolar Region and their peoples 2000
  5. Nunavik map 2000
    Parks and parks projects in Nunavik.
  6. Nunavik land regime and offshore claim
    Category I & category II lands of Nunavik and James Bay Cree in part.
  7. Nunavik & Nunavut map
    Nunavik & Nunavut communities.
  8. Location map of Nunavik
    Population list per village.
  9. Kuujjuaq category I & category II lands
    Kuujjuaq land regime.
  10. Canadian Inuit map
    Settlement areas and population by region.
  11. Kuujjuaq: Traditional and Actual Transport Routes
    Dogteam and ski-doo routes.
    Example taken from Nunavik land use data.
  12. North America map
    Location of the Canadian Inuit.
  13. Welcome to Nunavik map 1997
  14. Nunavik circumpolar map 1996
  15. Nunavik offshore claim 1996
  16. Nunavik communities 1996


Kuujjuaq | Montreal | Quebec City
Head Office: Kuujjuaq
P.O. Box 179
Kuujjuaq, Quebec J0M 1C0
(819) 964.2925

J0M 1M0
Phone: 1-819-254-1173
Fax: 1-819-254-1040

J0M 1G0
Phone: 1-819-929-3925

1111 Dr. Frederik-Philips Blvd., 3rd Floor
St. Laurent, Quebec H4M 2X6

Quebec City
555 Grande-Allée E.
Québec (Québec) G1R 2J5
(418) 522.2224

Corporate Objectives

  • To receive, administer, distribute and invest the compensation money payable to Nunavik Inuit, as provided for in the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement;
  • To relieve poverty, to promote the welfare, advancement, and education of the Inuit;
  • To foster, promote, protect and assist in preserving the Inuit way of life, values and traditions;
  • To exercise the functions vested in it by other Acts or the Agreement; and
  • To develop and improve the Inuit communities and to improve their means of actions.
  • Makivik Mandate

    Politically, culturally and economically, Makivik has been a leader in building and developing a vibrant region called Nunavik, where, between the dualistic nations of Canada and Quebec, Inuit have established our own distinct place and identity.

    Makivik, which in Inuktitut means “To Rise Up,” is a fitting name for an organization mandated to protect the rights, interests and financial compensation
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