November 5, 2010
Archaeological Research at Cape Smith Island and in the Akulivik Area, Summer 2010
Par Pierre M. Desrosiers

Cape Smith Island was identified early on in the sequence of Arctic archaeological research due to the work of Manning in 1949.

October 20, 2010
Archaeological Work in the Proposed Tursujuq National Park Project, Summer 2010
Par Pierre Desrosiers

Richmond Gulf has one of the most spectacular landscapes of Nunavik. This area was occupied for thousands of years by arctic people and also by other groups originating from the south.

October 20, 2010
2010 Fieldwork – Kangiqsujuaq Region
Par Daniel Gendron and Hervé Monchot

Kangiqsujuaq, located on the south shore of Hudson Strait (Ungava Peninsula, Nunavik), has attracted archaeologists for more than 40 years and resulted in the identification of numerous sites of various origins (e.g. Pre-Dorset, Dorset Thule/Inuit) and covering almost 4000 years of occupation, including several soapstone quarries dating back to the beginning of the Dorset occupation some 2000 years ago.

April 27, 2010
April 2010: Local Cultural Committees Visit. Exchange and Discussion Groups at the McCord Museum
Par Daniel Gendron

Within the A.S.I. CURA programme and Marie-Pierre Gadoua Ph.D. project (McGill University) a series of meetings were organised (April 13, 14, 15, 27, 28, and 29, 2010) with members of the Local Cultural Committees (LCC) of Nunavik.

January 15, 2010
Early sources for the fabrication of stone tools
Par Pierre Desrosiers

In the summer of 2009, Avataq carried out an archaeological project to study how the raw materials used to make lithic (stone) tools were acquired.