Jules Dion, Fifty Years Below Zero (english version)

The biography of Jules Dion, Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate, relates the story of a life that spans over half a century among the Inuit of Nunavik.


Sanaaq (french version)

The heroine of the novel, Sanaaq, is a strong and sane woman who is both sensitive and very determined.


Memories of a Kuujjuamiuq

The interview selected for the first publication of Avataq Cultural Institute was given by Willie Cooper, a Kuujjuaq elder, in the spring 1985. It probably is the only interview given by this hunter, deceased in 1986, during his life.


Je veux que les Inuits soient libres à nouveau

In this autobiography translated from lnuktitut to French, Qumaq views the world that surrounds him with a deeply personal and insightful standpoint, that considers the major changes that have occurred during the 20th century.


Le harpon du chasseur

The publication of Le harpon du chasseur (Harpoon of the hunter) in 1969 marks the beginning of a new era: the first novel written by an Inuit in Canada, it symbolises a historic passage from the spoken word to a written Inuit literature.


The World of Tivi Etok / The Life and Art of an Inuit Elder

This book reveals the fascinating story of the Inuk hunter and artist Tivi Etok.


Jules Dion, Cinquante ans au-dessous de zéro (french version)

The biography of Jules Dion, Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate, relates the story of a life that spans over half a century among the Inuit of Nunavik. Fifty Years Below Zero puts us directly in contact with the daily life of the Inuit, their culture, their way of thinking and their perception of the world. …


Memories from Kuujjuarapik

Jeannie Mippigaq (1885-1987) delivers a dignified and courageous account of her lifetime.