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The Avataq Cultural Institute
Avataq Cultural Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the indigenous language and culture of the Nunavik Inuit.

Baker Lake

Baker Lake Inuit Heritage Centre
More than a museum, the Inuit Heritage Centre is a living centre and plays an educational role within and outside the community. Here you will learn about the culture and heritage of the inland Inuit.

Canadian Cultural Research Network
The Canadian Cultural Research Network is intended to promote the sharing of research and information in the cultural sector in Canada, build linkages between cultural researchers, policy makers and cultural managers and help develop new projects in the field of applied cultural research. CCRN is hosted by the Centre for Cultural Management at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada.

Cape Dorset

The Centre for Cultural Management
Located in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, on the UW campus, the Centre for Cultural Management (CCM) undertakes a broad range of activities providing leadership in cultural management education and research.

Dene Nation

A bi-annual scholarly journal published since 1977. The Journal is devoted to the study of Inuit societies, both traditional and contemporary, in the general perspective of: the social sciences, humanities, ethnology, politics, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.

Inuit Culture
Resources for educators: There is a wide range of resources and information available on the Internet about the Inuit people and their culture. I (Jane Tagak), have reviewed many of them and have put together this collection that provides accurate and interesting information on various aspects of Inuit history, culture, current events and lifestyle.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) has represented the interests of Inuit of Canada at the national level since its incorporation in 1972.

Inukshuk Productions Inc.: The #1 Inuit music label in North America

Innu Nation

The Kitikmeot Heritage Society (Cambridge Bay)
The Kitikmeot Heritage Society preserves, promotes and celebrates the history, culture, language and diversity of the people of the Kitikmeot region.

Kivalliq Inuit Association
The Kivalliq Region, formerly known as the Keewatin Region, is located on the west coast of Hudson Bay. There are seven communities in the region with approximately 7,000 residents.

Labrador Inuit Association

Makivik Corporation
An organization that advances the political, economic, and social conditions of the Inuit of Nunavik.

National Inuit Youth Council

The Northern Forum
The Northern Forum is a non-profit, international organization composed of sub-national or regional governments from ten northern countries.

Nunavut Arctic College
The Nunavut Artic College strengthens the people and communities of Nunavut by advancing the life-long learning of Northern adults.

Nvinukjuak (north village of Inukjuak)

Pauktuutit Inuit Women's Association
Pauktuutit is the national non-profit association representing all Inuit women in Canada.

Portal to Nunavik

Project Naming
The goal of Project Naming is the identification of Inuit portrayed in some of the photographic collections of Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa.
Download free Nunacom font for Inuktitut syllabics:

The Qikiqtani Inuit Association
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association represents the interests of the Inuit of the Baffin Region, the High Arctic, and the Belcher Islands.

Resources for Indigenous Cultures around the World

Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic
Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Inuit, Saami, and the Indigenous Peoples of Chukotka.

Welcome to the Greenland National Museum and Archives. The institution is the central institution for research and documentation of Greenland's cultural history.

Tundra Times
"The Tundra Times, more than anything else, I think, has awakened the fervor to do something and help to bring out the potential in leadership among our people." Howard Rock, Editor.

The Yamózha Kúé Society
Also referred to as the Dene Cultural Institute.