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In this month's newsletter, carbon neutrality in Nunavik, the six Quebec finalists in the My Northern Project competition, research ethics in a northern context, pre-announcement for call for INQ-SN projects... The INQ Newsletter is taking a break for the summer and will be back in September. Subscribe now so you don't miss anything!
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An article by Valérie Levée, science journalist

Constructing a carbon-neutral building in southern Quebec is already a challenge, imagine that in Nunavik. Yet it is a goal that Louis Gosselin, a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Université Laval, is aiming for.

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Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) held the provincial final of the My Northern Project science popularization contest on May 10. This contest highlights the next generation of researchers from INQ affiliated institutions working in northern Quebec and the Arctic. Congratulations to the six winners! This group will take part in the international final of the competition which takes place every year during the Arctic Circle Assembly.
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