Kangiqsujuaq’s CLSC point of service has about 25 employees and 750 residents. Looking to live the northern experience to the fullest? This village is for you : it is indeed the most northern village of Ungava Bay !
UTHC’s hospital is located in Kuujjuaq, Ungava Bay’s largest community with close to 3,000 residents as well as : 3 grocery stores, 2 hotels, 2 restaurants, 1 gym, 1 pool, 1 cinema, 1 bar and many nights illuminated by aurora borealis. In Kuujjuaq, life is both comfortable and adventurous. About 300 UTHC employees work here
Tasiujaq’s CLSC point of service has a dozen employees and 400 residents. Interesting fact : it is in this village that you can see the highest tides in the world !
Aupaluk CLSC point of service has a dozen employees and over 250 residents. Interesting fact : the village is located near the caribou migration route, so you will definitely have the opportunity to see some during a hike !
Kangirsuk’s CLSC point of service has about 15 employees and over 600 residents. Interesting fact : fishing enthusiasts will be delighted in this village ! The countless lakes and rivers in the region are renowned for their abundance of Arctic char and lake trout.
Quaqtaq’s CLSC point of service has about 20 employees and over 450 residents. Interesting fact : hiking enthusiasts will be delighted in this village, as it is surrounded by mountains and rocky hills !
Kangiqsualujjuaq’s CLSC point of service has about 30 employees and over 900 residents. Fun fact : the village is located just below the tree line. It is therefore one of the only villages of the Bay where you will find trees !
Geographically isolated, Nunavik’s only link with the outside world is by plane as there are no roads connecting the villages or leading south