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Inuit Magazine

A new in-flight magazine that invites you to discover Northern Quebec's Nunavik region, the unique culture, traditions and  lifestyle of the Inuit people and the airline  that takes you there and beyond.

Volume 4 No.1 Fall 2017

Warm up to the sounds of folk duo Twin Flames, learn all about the northern jig, the joys of exploring Nunavik’s tundra on fat bikes, Inuit youth shooting short films thanks to Wapikoni Mobile, Air Inuit’s first female Inuk pilot, and more!

Volume 3 No. 4 Summer 2017

Learn about Senator Charlie Watt’s fight for the rights of indigenous peoples throughout Canada, Walrus hunting and the art of preparing Igunak, the surprising diversity of northern flora, the beaches of Nunavik, our new King Air 350, and more.

Volume 3 No. 3 Spring 2017

Kayaking down Nunavik, giving women a voice, the great migration, the young Inuit generation’s attitude towards their land, a photo essay depicting a waterfront feast, and more.

Volume 3 No. 2 Winter 2017

Midwives in Nunavik, a training center for surviving the Arctic cold, scientists’ quest to unravel the mysteries of the northern environment, the work of Inuit documentarist Jobie Weetaluktuk, and more.

Volume 3 No. 1 Fall 2016

Two Inuit teens improve the traditional Inuit lamp, the story of the Salluit Running Club in Hawaii, Melissa Haney, Air Inuit’s first female Inuk captain, and much more.

Volume 2 No. 4 Summer 2016

Mixing traditional with modern fashion in Nunavik; Inuit singer with Beatrice Deer; hiking on Mont D’Iberville; the fauna of Nunavik; and much more.

Volume 2 No. 3 Spring 2016

Nunavik’s passion for hockey, cross-country skiing in the Pingaluit crater, an interview with musical group Sugluk, the science behind northern lights, and more.

Volume 2 No. 2 Winter 2016

All about the Arctic Winter Games, a portrait of Inuit art legend Tivik Etok, the joys of kite-skiing in the great white north, a special report on Nunavik’s youth outreach programs, and more.

Volume 2 No. 1 Fall 2015

A look back at the history of aviation in Nunavik, the role of the snowmobile in northern culture, adapting Inuktituk to the modern world, an overview of Aumaaggiivik, the Nunavik Arts Secretariat, keeping Inuit arts alive and well, and more.

Volume 1 No. 4 Summer 2015

A special report on how Inuit culture, language & lifestyle are taught in northern schools, a portrait of natural caregiver, Eva Deer, a photo essay on Nunavik’s National parks, a look at co-ops as an increasingly popular business model, and more!