Akulivik is situated on a peninsula reaching well out into Hudson's Bay. Its surrounding coastline resembles a kakivak, the traditional, trident-like spear used for fishing.
Aupaluk is the smallest community in Nunavik, located on the southern shore of Hopes Advance Bay, an inlet on the western shore of the much larger Ungava Bay.
Located on the northern bank of the Innuksuak River, Inukjuak is known for its turquoise waters and brisk rapids.
Ivujivik is Quebec's northernmost village, surrounded by cliffs that plunge deep into the turbulent waters of Digges Sound.
Kangiqsualujjuaq is the most eastern village of Nunavik, situated 25 km from Ungava Bay in a cove on the George River.
The community of Kangigsujuaq is located in an area of awe-inspiring beauty, nestled in the hollow of a magnificent valley surrounded by towering mountains, just 10 km from the Hudson Strait.
Kangirsuk is located on the northern shore of the Payne River, a brief distance inland from the Ungava Bay.
Kuujjuaq is Nunavik's largest community, located on the west shore of the Koksoak River, about 50 km upstream from Ungava Bay.
Kuujjuaraapik lies nestled along the golden sand dunes at the mouth of the Great Whale River.
ᓚ ᑲᕌᓐ (ᑰᓐᓂᐊᑎᒃᑯᑦ)
La Grande River, also called Chisasibi by the Cree population, is the 2nd largest river in Quebec.
ᒪᓐᑐᔨᐊᓪ - ᑐᕈᑐ
Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and the second largest in Canada. It is an island in the middle of the Saint-Lawrence River first seen by Europeans through the eyes of early French explorer Jacques Cartier who encountered its original inhabitants, the Iroquois, in 1535.
Located 4 km from Povungnituk Bay, on the north shore of the major river by the same name, this Inuit village is surrounded by an expansive plateau.
The village of Quaqtaq is located on the eastern shore of Diana Bay on a peninsula reaching into the Hudson Strait at the point where it meets Ungava Bay.
As its very name implies, Québec City is the spiritual heart of the province.
The community of Salluit is located at the far end of the narrow Sugluk Inlet, 10 km inland from the Hudson Strait.
Located in the heart of Hudson Bay in the Belcher Islands, approximately 150 km off the coast, Sanikiluaq is the southernmost settlement in Nunavut.
Schefferville was established by the Iron Ore Company of Canada in 1954 to access the rich iron ore deposits in the area.
Sept-Îles is the northernmost town in Quebec with any significant population.
Tasiujaq was built on the shores of Leaf Lake, at the mouth of Deep Harbour on the Finger River.
Umiujaq was established at the foot of a hill that resembles an overturned umiaq (the traditional Inuit walrus-skin boat).