The student assistance program

“The student assistance program offers eligible Indian and Inuit students financial assistance to cover expenses related to their studies.”

“The program of financial assistance aims to help Indian and Inuit students access primary and secondary education and to obtain a diploma certifying that they have the capacity and competence to pursue a career, to contribute to their eventual self-governance, and to achieve economic self-sufficiency among indigenous peoples.”


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Tumivut – Traces of Our Footsteps

The exhibition shed a new light on Nunavik and its environment.

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2007-2008: International Polar Year (IPY):

In the summer of 2007, a team with about 20 members participated in an archaeological dig at a site on Drayton Island (IbGk-3) and in a brief archaeological survey of the region. The work was part of the archaeology department’s activities for International Polar Year (IPY).

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