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About Aupaluk

Aupaluk, which is one of the villages of Nunavik peninsula located in the north of the Province of Quebec in Canada, is also one of the villages belonging to the indigenous people living in the country. The neighboring villages, where the indigenous people called Inuit live and Inuktitut language is spoken, also consist of indigenous people speaking their own languages. The people living in this region are called Inuit. People living in the village having a population of 195 people and located on the shore of Ungava Bay are mostly interested in fishing and deer production. In the village, which has a school, nature walk is a popular activity. Since it is located 45 meters above the ocean and has a wonderful view, the village attracts especially those interested in hiking. Mining sites which continued their existence until 1950s are also attractive for tourists.

The village also welcomes the committees, volunteers and scientists who want to observe the natural life. The groups observing deer migration in October and November come to Aupaluk to observe sea mammals in winter. This village with 195 inhabitants also has an airport. For a whole year domestic flights are performed from the airport which is located 300 meters outside the village. Most of the flights are performed to the regions where the Inuit live.

Weather in Aupaluk

DayMin - Max
SaturdayMin 4ºC - Max 8ºC
SundayMin 4ºC - Max 8ºC
MondayMin 5ºC - Max 12ºC
TuesdayMin 6ºC - Max 16ºC
WednesdayMin 11ºC - Max 18ºC

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