The Inuksuk, emblem of the Association, is a stone building in the form of a human. It guides hunters during their travel in the tundra and can also indicate a food cache, an important hunting or fishing area or a sacred ancestral place.
Characteristic of the Arctic, it is the symbol of human presence in this region of the world where man lives in harmony with its environment.
Founded in 1995, the Inuksuk Association aims to promote Inuit culture by all means. The association is also open from time to time to other indigenous communities.
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