Descendants of the prehistoric Thule, and one of the founding peoples of Canada, the people of Nunatsiavut are Inuit who have occupied the circumpolar regions of the world for longer than 5,000 years. From prehistory to modern government, the epic story of Labrador Inuit is one of resilience in the face of great change. Come and visit this incredible land for the experience of a lifetime.
Proud of their past and focused on the future, the Labrador Inuit want to show all of the natural treasures their land has to offer. Known as ‘big land,’ Labrador connects to Quebec, stretching from Cape Chidley in the north to the Strait of Belle Isle in the south. A land of rushing rivers, lakes and ocean with occasional views of stately icebergs and tail flipping whales passing by, the jewel in its crown is the famous Torngat Mountains.
Start planning your visit and take a dive deep into a storied culture connected to the environment, rich with wildlife and blessed with beauty. There’s so much to see and do and fascinating people to learn from, you’ll never forget your adventure in Nunatsiavut. Come and discover for yourself why of Labrador Inuit have loved this part of the world for so long.