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Storyteller, hunter and Inuit elder born in the Sanikiluaq area (Nunavut) around 1890 – died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) at the beginning of the 1970s.
Hunter, artist, and storyteller born in the Nunavgirnarak winter camp (Nunavik) in 1910 – died in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1976.
Political leader, author and journalist born in Tasialuk (Nunavik) in 1947.
Author probably born at the turn of the 1980’s in Nunavik.
Translator, throat singer and member of Puvirnituq's executive committee born in Rouyn-Noranda (Québec) in 1978.
Administrator, early childhood specialist and Inuit culture promoter born in Nunavik in the 1980s.
Hunter, elder and author born in Rivière-Marralik (Nunavik) in 1919 and died in Kuujjuaq (Nunavik) in 1986.
Singer-songwriter, author and cultural worker artist born in Quaqtaq (Nunavik) in 1985.
Author, Inuit literature specialist and French language teacher born in Dax (France) in 1981.
Visual artist and author born in Cape Jones (Nunavik) in 1948 – died in Ottawa (Ontario) in 2009.
Storyteller, carver and politician born in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1932 – died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 2012.
Graphic artist, storyteller and hunter born in Qirnituarjuq (Nunavik) in 1928.
Freeman, Minnie Aodla
Playwright, writer, poet and committed essayist born in the Cape Hope Islands (Nunavut) in 1936.
Blogger, throat singer and cultural activist born in Aupaluk (Nunavik) in 1989.
Carver, hunter and storyteller born in Kuujjuarapik (Nunavik) in 1911 – died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 2007.
Inukpuk, Martha Malaya
Community worker and journalist born in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1963.
Singer songwriter and documentary filmmaker born in Salluit (Nunavik) in 1977.
Author, village mayor, and language analyst born in Ivujivik (Nunavik) in 1951.
Film director, essayist and photographer born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1976 — died in Montréal in 2020.
Arctic anthropologist, essayist and activist born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1962.
Mangiuk Iyaituk, Qumaq
Visual artist, author, teacher and school principal born in Ivujivik (Nunavik) in 1954.
Mark Mangiuk, Saija
Journalist, photographer and musician born in Nunatsiavut in 1958 — died in Goose Bay in 2021.
Inuit elder, author and seamstress born in Tasiujaq (Nunavik) in 1932.
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Novelist, historian and teacher born in Kangiqsujuaq (Nunavik) in 1931 – died in Kangiqsujuaq (Nunavik) in 2007.
Naumealuk, Jimmy Patsauq
Poet and hunter born in the Inukjuak region (Nunavik) in 1951 - died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1984.
Throat singer and accounting professional born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1977.
Poet, storyteller and teacher born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1954 – died in Montréal (Québec) in 2009.
Social worker, politician and translator born in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1967.
Musician, hunter and Inuit elder born in Kuujjuarapik (Nunavik) around 1936 – died in Kuujjuarapik (Nunavik) at the beginning of the 21st century.
Essayist, journalist and politician born in Saputiligait (Nunavik) in 1951.
Poet, performer, throat-singer and curator born in Montréal (Québec) in 1975.
Novelist, pilot and activist born in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1941 – died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 2020.
Cultural promoter and librarian-archivist born in Akulivik (Nunavik) in 1974.
Storyteller born in the area of today’s Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1895 – died in 1964.
Historian, linguist, writer and politician born in Niqsiturlik (Nunavik) in 1914 – died in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1993.
Carver, storyteller and preacher born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1916 – died in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 2004.
Journalist, politician and essayist born in Kangiqsualujjuaq (Nunavik) in 1947.
Sculptor, illustrator and storyteller born in Nunavik in 1911 – died in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1968.
Author born in Puvirnituq (Nunavik) in 1983.
Sculptor, author and hunter born in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1921 - died in Inukjuak (Nunavik) in 1986.
Storyteller, elder and anthropologists’ informant born in Kangirsuk (Nunavik) in 1911 – died in 1979.
Uitangak Tukalak, Elisapi
Author, translator and igloo builder born in Inurruat (close to Puvirnituq, Nunavik) in 1953.
Political negotiator and Canadian senator born in June 1944 in Fort Chimo (now Kuujjuaq), Nunavik.
Environmental activist, essayist and politician born in Kuujjuaq (Nunavik) in 1953.
Author and soldier, born in the Strutton Islands (Nunavut) in 1923 – died in Uniujaq (Nunavik) in 2005.
Essayist, producer and documentary filmmaker born in Kangirsukallak (Nunavik) in 1958.