Nunavik

Cold sunset over Puvirnituq

Patrick Gaudreault shares a picture of the sunset on Oct. 23 from his “office” — an Air Inuit de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter plane. Sitting in the co-pilot seat, Gaudreault captured ice forming around the cockpit window from 3,000 metres above Puvirnituq. The temperature that night was -17 C. (Photo courtesy of Patrick Gaudreault)

Learning about fire prevention in Kuujjuaq

Kuujjuaq firefighter Larry Shea, right, talks to students from Jaanimmarik School as he gives a tour of the village’s fire station on Oct. 19. The second week of October was Fire Prevention Week across Canada. (Photo by Malaya Qaunirq Chapman, special to Nunatsiaq News)

Caribou hunt at Nunavik’s North Camp

Deava Pearson, left, and Etua Snowball, from Kuujjuaq, prepare to butcher a caribou they hunted at North Camp, between Tasiujak and Aupaluk on Oct. 15. Other members of the caribou herd can be seen in the distance. Parts of Nunavik have been enjoying warm autumn weather, with the temperature on this hunt hovering around 15 C. (Photo by Malaya Qaunirq Chapman, special to Nunatsiaq News)

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