Traversée de caribous à Kuujjuarapik

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The registration period for the INQ's Northern Day has begun. The event will take place on May 10 at the Musée de la civilisation in Quebec City. On the program: a round table on the sustainable health of northern populations, enlightening discussions on the management and conservation of caribou and the grand return of our science popularization contest My Northern Project.
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An exercise in scientific popularization and synthesis, My Northern Project /Mon Projet Nordique is a contest where students have 5 minutes to present, their northern research project. The aim of the exercise: to popularise, inform and captivate! Deadline: April 4, 2022.
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A presentation by Mark Patterson, Fulbright Canada Research Chair on Advancing Transdisciplinary Research on the Changing North - a chair hosted within the research programs of Sentinel North and the Institut nordique du Québec.
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A lecture presented by Dave Saint-Amour, researcher at the Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine and professor in the Department of Psychology at UQAM. (In French)
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This seven-week training will be offered from February 3 to April 4, 2022. Registration is free of charge.
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Some of you may have noticed: Institut nordique du Québec's Atiku portal has grown significantly in the last few weeks. This is due to the arrival of a new major player: Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec.
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This webinar focuses on intercultural cohabitation on the North Shore between the Innu community of Nutashkuan and the village of Natashquan. Resulting from a partnership approach, it explores the cohabitation on the daily territories, in order to better understand the factors of rapprochement and distance within the communities as well as in the hinterland, the Nitassinan, ancestral territory of the Innu, shared for more than 165 years with the descendants of the Acadians, the Macacans.  
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