Month: October 2019

Nunavik Tourism and Inuit Culture

Nunavik, Quebec’s far north, is one of the most remote regions in Canada bordered by the Hudson Bay to the west, Hudson Strait to the North and Ungava Bay and Labrador to the East. This region is filled with scenic tundra, taiga forests, untouched environment spoiled with lakes, rivers, and mountains, plus rich culture and… 

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Indigenous Tourism Business Feature: Red Bank Lodge, New Brunswick

Patricia Dunnett’s phone isn’t ringing off the hook anymore and she couldn’t be happier. The manager at Red Bank Lodge and Metepenagiag Heritage Park in Red Bank, N.B. used to get calls day and night from people in different time zones wanting to book one of the lodge’s 10 rooms, just outside Miramichi. But with… 

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