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Kuujjuaq Airport

In 2008, construction was completed on the expanded airport apron and terminal. The new, more modern facilities permit improved safety and security.

The terminal was designed by Fournier, Gersovitz, Moss and Associates, the same architectural firm that designed Kuujjuaq's eye-catching Katittavik Town Hall and Cultural Centre.
Content: www.airport-technology.com

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Airport terminal and control tower. Photo: Heiko Wittenborn


Kuujjuaq Forum

Kuujjuamiut Inc. operates the Kuujjuaq Forum where there is an arena, gymnasium, and fitness centre. Built in 1992, the Kuujjuaq Forum offers a variety of daily recreational activities. Hockey is a special focus in the community and, throughout the winter, different age groups may be seen practising in the arena every evening. These youth and their teams go on to compete in different tournaments throughout the region as well as elsewhere in Québec. Youth hockey is managed by the Kuujjuaq Minor Hockey League.

Just Want To Stay Fit?

Membership is available at the Kuujjuaq Forum fitness centre. Weights and cardio machines included. For more information, contact:

Kuujjuaq Forum
819-964-2069 (tel.)

Swimming Pool

The municipal swimming pool is open during the summer months between June and September. The pool is located directly in front of the Kuujjuaq Forum.



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Kuujjuaq Forum. Photo: Heiko Wittenborn

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Fitness centre. Photo: Derek Tagoona

Katittavik Town Hall

In 2000, the Northern Village of Kuujjuaq invested in the construction of a brand new town hall and cultural centre. Among other activities, movies are presented in the 500-seat auditorium every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. The versatile facility is also regularly used for conferences, conventions, seminars and other gatherings, including the annual Aqpik Jam Music Festival.

Office space at Katittavik is occupied by the:

  • Northern Village of Kuujjuaq
  • Nunavik Tourism Association
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Katittavik Town Hall and Cultural Centre.

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre

The Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre provides health and dental services to the residents of the Ungava coast. Patients from neighbouring villages may stay at the health centre’s temporary residential unit. Patients requiring more advanced medical care are transferred to healthcare facilities in Montreal. For more information, contact 819-964-9090 (tel.).



Uvikkait Dome - Kuujjuaq Youth House

The Uvikkait Dome organizes a variety of youth activities and also provides a friendly, relaxed setting where young people can just hangout.

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Uvikkait Dome Youth House. Photo: Derek Tagoona


Tusaajiapik Elders’ Residence

With its full-time staff, the Tusaajiapik Elders’ Residence provides comfortable living conditions (private rooms, kitchen facilities and common area) to elders with decreasing independence.

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Tusaajiapik Elders’ Residence. Photo: Derek Tagoona


Carpenter Shop

Owned by the Nayumivik Landholding Corporation, the carpenter shop is equipped with a variety of wood working equipment. The facility is open to the public.

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Carpenter Shop. Photo: Derek Tagoona



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