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On September 28, 2021, the INQ's Working Group on New Renewable Energies invites you to reflect and interact with experts to define Nunavimmiut-friendly housing energy efficiency standards.
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A new chapter has begun for the Louis-Edmond Hamelin (L-E-H). Thanks to a new partnership between the Centre for northern studies (CEN) and Réformar, the organisation behind the management of the Lampsilis and Coriolis II, the L-E-H is more accessible than ever.
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Don't know what to watch on your next movie night? Whether it's to quench your thirst for knowledge or simply to entertain yourself, Les Docus offers you a bank of 58 French-language open-access documentaries with northern themes. Here are some of our recommendations:
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Two students have been selected to represent the province of Quebec at the next international final* of the My Northern Project contest. This final, organized jointly by Institut nordique du Québec and UArctic, is traditionally held during the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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Summer is just around the corner and the return of good weather is kicking off a new field research season. Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) is taking this opportunity to highlight an indispensable tool designed to guide research teams in the development and implementation of their projects in northern territories: Research Guidelines.
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The news, made public Thursday May 20 by Minister Marc Garneau at the Arctic Council meeting in Reykjavik, is welcomed with pride and enthusiasm by INQ and its partners.
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Title: La croissance hivernale du phytoplancton dans l'Océan Arctique 

Speaker: Achim Randelhoff, UMI Takuvik, Université Laval

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