Nominations are open!

Send in your nomination form before July 09.

The voice of Nunavik Inuit on wildlife and harvesting rights

Founded in 1993, our organization protects and promotes Inuit harvesting rights while ensuring sustainability for future generations. We contribute Inuit expertise to management decision-making, coordinate regional knowledge-sharing and research initiatives, and facilitate Inuit access to harvest for food security and cultural revitalization.

Nominations are open!

Unfortunately our Executive Secretary, Charlie Angutinguak, recently resigned from the Anguvigaq. Our Board of Directors is opening the position for nominations from any interested Inuit beneficiaries in Nunavik. To submit your name for the position, fill in our Nomination form with 5 nominations from 5 different communities, and include a statement of why you are interested and your qualifications. We are open to receiving nominations until July 9, 2024. Learn more

Featured Project Marralik-Ungunniavik Project

Youth camp focused on Inuit knowledge sharing and research of the Marralik-Ungunniavik estuary.

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Committees

We represent Nunavik Inuit on various wildlife committees and working groups at a regional, provincial, and national level. We provide direction, decisions, and advice on wildlife issues to management authorities and to other Nunavik institutions, ensuring that Inuit knowledge is valued and upheld.

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About Anguvigaq

We are a not-for-profit Inuit association mandated to protect the harvesting rights of Inuit while ensuring that it is done sustainably. We act as an umbrella organization for all wildlife issues and provide direction on harvest, conservation, and research. We are known under different names, which include the Anguvigaq, the Nunavik Hunting Fishing Trapping Association (NHFTA) and the Regional Nunavimmi Uumajulirijiit Katutjiqatigiinninga (RNUK).

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Respect goes a long way

When hunting...

  • Respect the animal
  • Learn from our Elders
  • Harvest only what is needed
  • Avoid chasing the animal
  • Take back all parts of the animal
  • Keep our hunting grounds clean
  • Pass on knowledge to our Youth
  • Be prepared with survival supplies