An 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.
For this winter edition, we invite you to cozy up and read about the new generation of Inuit tattoo artists reviving traditional marking methods, how children’s literature is helping to bring Inuktitut to young readers, the hockey craze in the North, and more. Enjoy!
Our Fall magazine is full of heart-warming stories for you to enjoy. Meet a dedicated teacher following his life’s goal of helping children, a young Inuk from Kangiqsujuaq who fondly remembers traditional beluga hunting with his father, two men committed to guiding students through the techniques and ancestral customs for building qajaqs, the tale behind a children’s album drawn from the imagination of Nunavik children, and more.
We hope you enjoy learning about the inspiring path taken by governor general Mary Simon, the story behind and mission of the recently-opened first veterinary clinic in Nunavik, about Labrador Tea and suvalik – two integral delicacies of Inuit cultural heritage -, and more. Please also enjoy seeing some spectacular photos taken last March during the Ivakkak sled dog race.
In this spring edition of the Inuit magazine, discover the trades of firefighters and mechanics in Nunavik. Meet artist Siasie Audlaluk and her beautiful beadwork. KRG gives us an overview of what's happening in Nunavik and we present houses designed in the North, for the North. Enjoy!
Art in all its forms is in the spotlight in our new winter magazine! From the cultural importance of literature, to Inuit music, which is celebrated at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and through the cinema, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the documentary Nanook. And let’s not forget a portrait of William Tagoona, a remarkable multidisciplinary artist. Piloting is also an art! See how to become a pilot with our Sparrow program and meet Jean Laroche, a seasoned flight instructor.
This new winter edition is filled with interesting features! From a dedicated professor teaching sign language to her students, to the newfound success of libraries in Nunavik without forgetting the Nunami board game and Uvagut TV, everyone will find something to enjoy. If beautiful pictures are more your thing, don’t miss our photo essay on Nunavik’s national parks. Cozy up to all this and more in this edition of the Inuit Magazine.
Spring is just around the corner and this new edition of our magazine is a perfect way to welcome the turn of the seasons. In this period of new beginnings, let yourself be enchanted by the inspiring stories and beautiful imagery that await you within the pages; a portrait on award-winning throat singer Akinisie Sivuarapik, a reflection on the power and influence of weather, a fascinating online photo exhibition which looks at Nunavik's history and culture, research showing the unique genetic inheritance of Nunavik's Inuit, a photo essay on fur, and more! What are you waiting for? Enjoy!
Learn of the fascinating rise of the FCNQ (or Ilagiisaq, as it’s known in the North), the story behind Niap’s newest beadwork exhibition, the exploding shapes and colors that color the ground during summer in Nunavik, and about Sylvia Cloutier – a multidisciplinary artist committed to encouraging Inuit youth to express themselves through music, hip-hop dance, and theater projects.
In this new edition of our magazine, learn how Nunavik is heading towards new levels of energy autonomy through renewable energy projects. Also, follow our Air Inuit team of the road of the Grand Défi Pierre Lavoie, see a portrait of Pita Aatami, Makivik’s President and enjoy the Nunavik autumn lights thanks to our photo essay.
This new winter edition is filled with interesting features! From a dedicated professor teaching sign language to her students, to the newfound success of libraries in Nunavik without forgetting the Nunami board game and Ungavut TV, everyone will find something to enjoy. If beautiful pictures are more your thing, don’t miss our photo essay on Nunavik’s national parks. Cozy up to all this and more in this edition of the Inuit Magazine.
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The environment is at the heart of this summer edition of our Inuit magazine. We present 2 wonderful ecological projects; the thermal battery and compost production in Kuujjuaq. In addition, discover the magnificent national parks of Nunavik and a healing photo essay entitled “A Shared Smile”. Not to mention a portrait of the artist-educator Passa Mangiuk and the organization Justice Pro Bono and its free legal clinics, and much more!
Meet Sarah Aloupa, defender of the Inuktitut language and of education in Nunavik, see how gardening where summers are short and temperatures freezing is now possible, witness the revival of printmaking and discover a gold mine of Inuit artefacts in Inukjuak. All this and much more in this new fall edition of our Inuit magazine!
See how the radio gathers the Inuit people, discover Hannah Tooktoo and her message of hope, all about the 24th Akpiq Jam where music and berries are in the spotlight, the story of Cirniq, a circus launched by Kativik and Cirque du Soleil, and much more!
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Air Inuit is proud to introduce the very first edition of its inflight magazine. Aptly named ᐃᓄᐃᑦ meaning INUIT, the new magazine is designed to provide travelers with a quality magazine that showcases Inuit culture, traditions and lifestyle, but also invites readers to learn more about the majestic beauty and charm of Northern Quebec’s picturesque Nunavik region.
A reflection of the Inuit people and the airline that was created to serve them, the new magazine features content about Air Inuit’s growing fleet of aircraft specially equipped for northern operations, as well as the many specialized services it provides to its diverse clientele. Every year, the airline flies some 100,000 passengers to and from Nunavik. The airline also services Sanikiluaq, LaGrande, Quebec’s Côte-Nord, Schefferville and Wabush.
Published four times per year, Inuit will present new and existing businesses, cover sports, arts and crafts, food and entertainment that reveal a constantly evolving, vibrant and distinctive culture. It also features games and a special section dedicated to the Inuktitut language to keep northern travelers of all ages engaged and entertained during and after their flight.
Our first edition features articles on legendary northern aviator, Johnny May, popular Inuit singer-songwriter Elisapie Isaac, photo coverage of a trip down the famed George River, and a piece about the growing popularity of Inuit art on the world stage.