Nunavik Information Centre
Lonely Planet review for Nunavik Information Centre
Far in Québec’s north, Nunavik (not to be confused with Canada’s third territory, Nunavut) is almost completely inhabited by Inuit. With no trains or roads into Nunavik, even most Quebecers know little about the Inuit culture or this fascinating region. This modest center was opened mainly to promote tourism to the area’s 14 villages, but it’s an interesting place for a short stop just to look at the wall pictures or the small craft displays. It’s an incredibly friendly place and the employees are more than willing to shoot the breeze for the genuinely curious, answering questions on anything from the Inuit language to Inuit culture.