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  • Pituvik Landholding Corporation
    R 13 1 T he Inuit Landholding Corporations are the legal entities to which ownership of category 1 lands has been transferred to own said lands on behalf of all Inuit beneficiaries affiliated with the community T he LHC s were incorporated as non profit corporations and as such must also comply with the Quebec Company Act Being a non profit organization does not prevent LHC to enter into income generating activities such as land leasing per example On the other hand its members can never individually receive money or other financial benefits from LHC The LHC has an obligation towards the entire community and must use its assets and spend its money for community purposes only Land Holding Corporations are Non Government Organizations NGO Act respecting the Land Regime in the James Bay and New Quebec Territories Q R S Ch R 13 1 Act respecting hunting fishing and trapping in the James Bay and New Quebec Territories Q R S Ch D 13 1 Act respecting Cree Inuit and Naskapi native persons Q R S Ch A 33 1 T he Inuit landholding corporation may grant to any person servitudes usufructuary rights and other rights of use and occupation and leases on Category 1 lands Category II Lands LHC s also have role and responsibilities over Category II lands even if these lands remain by definition in the public domain LHC s also have important responsibilities under the Hunting Fishing and Trapping Regime established by chapter 24 of the JBNQA That situation is linked to the fact that Inuit have exclusive hunting fishing and trapping rights over Category I and II lands As a rule non natives cannot sport hunt or sport fish within Category I or II lands without the formal consent of LHC Sport Hunting and

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  • Pituvik - Outfitting
    Corporation Pituvik Outfitting Pourvoirie Pituvik Pituvik Community Inutsuligaatjuk Outfitting Photography Innavik Hydro Link7 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Eric Atagotaaluk Vice President Johnny Mina Secretary Treasurer Andy Moorhouse Directors Abraham Kasudluak Annie K Alaku Nancy P Kalai Noah Pov General Manager Mike Carroll Asst General Manager and Registrar Minnie Palliser Field Supervisor Jonah Kalai Heavy Equip Operator Jonah Kalai Mechanic Moses Atagotaaluk Secretary Receptionist Nancy Nastapoka Property Management Administrator Megan Epoo

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  • Pituvik - Inutsuligatjuk Excavation Inc. / Inustsu Garage
    Inutsuligatjuk Excavation Inc and the Inustsu Garage P ituvik places a high priority on economic development and tourism within the community We are very interested in forging ahead with partnerships to increase and enhance such activities and in pursuit of this goal have so far created Inutsuligaatjuk Excavation Inc Light Construction Building Pads Gravel Haulage Snow Removal Inustsu Garage Pituvik Outfitting Pituvik Community Inutsuligaatjuk Outfitting Photography Innavik Hydro Link7 I

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  • Pituvik - Community
    Hudson s Bay Company from 1920 to 1958 This is where the film Nanook of the North was shot by Robert Flaherty in 1922 After the opening of a nursing station and a school 1947 and 1950 respectively more Inuit moved to the settlement although until the early 1960s the majority of the population lived in at least six large camps distributed along the coast both north and south of the current village Nowadays Inukjuak is one of the larger communities with approximately 1 500 inhabitants 70 of which are aged less than 30 years old T he Hopewell Islands that shelter the coast of Inukjuak reflect the great beauty of the region The area has high peaking hills to the south with fresh water flowing in the rivers and islands lush in arctic vegetation to the north Delicate sparkling beauty can describe the hills and rivers that surround the area C ommunity A ttractions I nukjuak has the only Inuit museum in Nunavik the Daniel Wetaluktuk Memorial Museum and Cultural Transmission Center Inside you will find tools arts and crafts garments and other artifacts depicting Inuit history and technology Stories of Inuit past are revealed in this museum that opened in 1992 The Municipality of Inukjuak operates it in collaboration with the Avataq Cultural Institute whose head office is located in Inukjuak overlooking the beautiful Hopewell Islands and the Hudson Bay C ommunity E vents T hroughout the year there are activities and festivities held within the community During the summer and early fall season the community boat sets off to harvest fresh sea food and other country food for the community to enjoy Dog team races and igloo building competitions can also be witnessed during the winter E co T ours C oordinated excursions can be organized for you with the help of the Municipality and Pituvik Landholding Corporation Igloo building kayaking Honda ATV or bicycle rides along trails cross country Skiing dog team or canoe rides berry picking or Paragliding along Hopewell Islands or Inukshuak River are all activities you can enjoy in Inukjuak Those interested in touring the eco system can be assigned a tour guide Oldest Rock in the World Tour Tourist Camp inland etc If you are interested in hunting or fishing the Pituvik Landholding Corporation can deliver a fishing or hunting permit for the region and assign a local guide to bring you to prize fishing or hunting grounds C o op H otel Y our accommodation in Inukjuak could be a tent or an igloo out on the land with local experienced guides or you might prefer the Co op 3 star hotel Equipped with cable television cable internet private washrooms and other amenities the Co op hotel can accommodate tourists with adventure in mind or who want to simply enjoy the peace and quiet of tundra splendor Fishing and hunting season according to Pituvik Landholding Corporation calendar Note that the possession of a provincial fishing or hunting permit is mandatory in

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  • Pituvik - Photography
    Album Claus Vogel Album Avataq Historical Collection River Fish Habitat Bathymetric Studies Frederic Burton The photo groups below relate to the Mini Hydro Project You can learn more about this project by clicking HERE Pituvik Community Inutsuligaatjuk Outfitting Photography Innavik Hydro Link7 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Eric Atagotaaluk Vice President Johnny Mina Secretary Treasurer Andy Moorhouse Directors Abraham Kasudluak Annie K Alaku Nancy P Kalai Noah Pov General Manager Mike

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  • Pituvik Landholding Corporation
    R 13 1 T he Inuit Landholding Corporations are the legal entities to which ownership of category 1 lands has been transferred to own said lands on behalf of all Inuit beneficiaries affiliated with the community T he LHC s were incorporated as non profit corporations and as such must also comply with the Quebec Company Act Being a non profit organization does not prevent LHC to enter into income generating activities such as land leasing per example On the other hand its members can never individually receive money or other financial benefits from LHC The LHC has an obligation towards the entire community and must uses its assets and spends its money for community purposes only Land Holding Corporations are Non Government Organizations NGO Act respecting the Land Regime in the James Bay and New Quebec Territories Q R S Ch R 13 1 Act respecting hunting fishing and trapping in the James Bay and New Quebec Territories Q R S Ch D 13 1 Act respecting Cree Inuit and Naskapi native persons Q R S Ch A 33 1 LHC s are responsible for the administration of Category 1 lands as owner of said lands and they much administer them in accordance with the rules contained in the JBNQA and the Land Regime Act C ategory I lands shall not be sold or ceded except to the Crown in right of Quebec and this obligation constitutes a prohibition to sell or to cede other than to the Crown in right of Quebec T he Inuit landholding corporation may grant to any person servitudes usufructuary rights and other rights of use and occupation and leases on Category 1 lands Category II Lands LHC s also have role and responsibilities over Category II lands even if these lands remain by

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  • Pituvik - Photography of Heiko Wittenborn
    holds a copywrite on all these materials and you must obtain his permission before using any of them in any way Thank you C Heiko Wittenborn Adamie Inukpuk C Heiko Wittenborn Adamie Inukpuk C Heiko Wittenborn Joanassie Louisa Ningiuk C Heiko Wittenborn BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Eric Atagotaaluk Vice President Johnny Mina Secretary Treasurer Andy Moorhouse Directors Abraham Kasudluak Annie K Alaku Nancy P Kalai Noah Pov General Manager Mike

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