INQ retreat for northern researchers | 2024

November 13 to 15

The aim of this retreat is to equip participants for their northern research activities, and to offer a privileged networking space in a safe and convivial setting. Activities will be conducted in English and French.

Target audience

  • professors
  • research professionals
  • postdoctoral fellows

Strategic planning


As its 2020-2025 strategic plan draws to a close, Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) is embarking on strategic planning for the period 2025-2030. The purpose of this crucial process is to identify the strategies that will enable the INQ to achieve its mission, realize its vision for the future and attain its objectives in the years to come. 

Your opinion is important : Institut nordique du Québec's strategic planning

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your answers will shape INQ's strategic planning for the years 2025-2030.

Discover the INQ

Community

A network dedicated to the sustainable and ethical development of northern regions.

Research

Research at INQ is organized around five main areas. It is conducted through the three INQ chairs and several research projects.

Trainings

Education plays a central role in INQ's mission.

Ressources

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Lab-O-Nord

Directory of research infrastructures available to INQ members.

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Atiku

The portal of the best documentary resources on the North and the Arctic.

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Research Guidelines

A northern research best practices guide developed by First Peoples Committee.

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Northern lexicon

A communication project for the general public, aimed at increasing our general knowledge about the northern regions.

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Documents

Equip yourself for your research and explore the INQ through these publications.

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Logos

Display your INQ colors in your research projects and the resulting communications.

Our members

The driving forces in northern research gathered within the INQ come from these member institutions.