Transportation 02

An illustrated book about transportation means and other vehicles. About the illustrator Nunga Echalook is a talented young illustrator who was born in Inukjuak, Nunavik. She discovered her talent and love of drawing while taking multi-media training at the vocational school in her community. In 2009, Nunga joined Avataq Cultural Institute’s publications team. Since then she …

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Louie Qungisiruq   Contact us if you want to receive with your order a booklet of English and French translations of this book (this booklet includes translations for the 4 children’s books of this series).  

Killiniq – Glimpses of a Fading Past

This publication offers an overview of the history of Killiniq, a region first occupied by the Inuit many centuries ago and visited by Artic explorers as soon as 1587.

Tumivut Magazine Number 13

Tumivut is back! After 15 years of absence, Tumivut Magazine is finally back, with a brand-new, Inuktitut–first presentation and a different approach to contents. Featured: Recollections of Johnny Inukpuk, the legend of Kautjajuk, a detailed report about two historical muskets, and other articles about Inuktitut language, the artist Mary Paningajak Alaku, parenting, archaeology and much …

Alacie Tullaugaq / Lucy Amarualik – Katutjatut – Throat Singing

Product Description Performed by Alacie and Lucy, these chants, sounds and stories bring to life the nature, land and animals distinct to arctic lands. This album was awarded the “Best Traditional Album-Historical” at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards ceremony in Toronto. The recording features 14 of their performances, including long and difficult songs, such as …

Palaeoeskimo Cultural Transition: a case study from Ivujivik, Eastern Artic

This book presents the findings of the research conducted by Murielle Nagy within the context of her doctoral project. The research was realized in Ivujivik, Nunavik, with the collaboration of the Avataq Cultural Institute and the Ivujivimmiut.

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.