KUUJJUAMIUT IS WORKING ON A COMMUNITY ENERGY PLAN!
Did you know that the diesel and heating oil that’s the main source of energy for Kuujjuaq is non-renewable? New clean energy options are on the horizon, but you need to be a part of finding the right solution for our community.Once you have had a chance to get familiar with the website and clean energy. We want to hear from you! How do you think clean energy could benefit the community? We have several events and forums planned out so you can share your vision for Kuujjuaq.
This years Christmas Candy drop will forever stay in our hearts, as Kuujjuamiut took part in possibly Kuujjuaq's last Candy Drop. A beautiful tradition initiated by our very own Johnny May, memorializing the first ever candy drop performed by Johnny's father Bob May Sr. and Armand Gadbois as Santa in a small Piper PA-12 over 50 years ago. The tradition has truly become a legend and will surely be missed by all who have always looked forward to this extraordinary and and special event each Christmas. (photo: Isa Dubois) Posted January 5, 2020
KUUJJUAMIUT RECEIVE ANNUAL
CHRISTMAS GIVE AWAY
Nakurmiimarialuk - A heartfelt thank you from the town of Kuujjuaq to Kuujjuamiut Inc., the Northern Village of Kuujjuaq, Nayumivik Landholding Corporation and Makivik Corporation for the gifts of turkey, ham, shrimp, stuffing & cranberries that were distributed to each household in Kuujjuaq. This definitely made a difference in families where money is tight and which surely helped make a nice Christmas family dinner. (photo: Isa Dubois) Posted January 5, 2020
2019 KMHL HOCKEY TEAMS
GET READY TO HIT THE ICE
As players, coaches and skaters anxiouxly await completion of the ice in the arena of the Kuujjuaq Forum, the Forum crew is working hard to get the rink open for everyone. Coaches, staff and volunteers are preparing equipment, gear and teams for the new season. It's sure to be another fun, challenging & exciting season at the Kuujjuaq Forum. A new Gym Schedule is also now ready for gym sports. - Posted September 24, 2019
Mark Ned Gordon & Brad Moran are this summer's crew at the Kuujjuamiut Inc.welding garage. They started up in May and will continue throughout the late fall. Some of the work they are doing include making bunks and custom storage containers, boat cabins, hull extensions & transom’s, gas tanks, roll bars, fishing rod holders and many other custom jobs people need done. For more information, you can contact the welding garage at 819-964-0017 or Jay Aitchison at 819-964-2625.
Posted September 24, 2019
AQPIK JAM 2019
ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL EVENT
Musicians & performers from across the north and south including Nunavik, Nunavut, Greenland, Newfoundland and others gathered once again for another memorable festival with many great performances, some favorites included Sam Tatanuak from Rankin Inlet, Saali Keelan, as well as many other talented musicians. Aqpik Jam headliner Alan Doyle (Great Big Sea) also who drew a record crowd at the Kuujjuaq Forum.
Posted September 23, 2019
Hockey players from across Nunavik have come to compete in the annual Bantam's hockey tournament which is hosted by a different community each year. Hosted this year by Kuujjuaq from April 5th to the 9th, it is sure to be an exciting event with teams coming in from all across Nunavik.
Posted April 4, 2019
Click here for Tournament schedule(may change)
NEW VHF REPEATERS
Phase II of the Marine VHF repeater project went ahead in the summer of 2018 with the installation of additional remote vhf repeater stations to the East at Tuututuuk and to the West at Qamanialuk, these new stations are linked to our Hunters Channel via channel 2. Please switch to vhf marine channel 2 when travelling in those areas. Once again, we would like to acknowledge the support of Makivik Project funding for making the expansion of our vhf repeater network possible.
Posted November 20, 2018
NEW LED LIGHTS FOR ARENA
The new LED lighting at the arena are a great improvement. A major difference in brightness and energy efficiency at about half the power consumption. Thank you to Ikumak Services for doing the installation and extra special Thanks to Makivik Corporation project funding for making this possible