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The Northern Village of Kuujjuaq is responsible for all municipal services, ranging from drinking water treatment and delivery, sewage and garbage collection and disposal, snow removal, and local road repairs. The Northern Village also offers heavy equipment services.

Air Inuit Ltd.

Nunavik, that area of Québec north of the 55th parallel, is home to approximately 10,000 residents living in fourteen isolated communities located along the coasts of eastern Hudson Bay, southern Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay. Air Inuit provides essential scheduled, charter, cargo and emergency transportation services for the region, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Kuujjuaq emergency services

Kativik Regional Police Force: 819-964-9111 (tel.)
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Fire Brigade: 819-964-9000 (tel.)


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Kuujjuaq Fire Hall. Photo: Derek Tagoona


Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce offers a wide range of personal and business banking services.

In-bank services (Monday to Wednesday and Friday 10 a.m.–3 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.)
Automated banking machine (24 hours)

CIBC. Photo: Heiko Wittenborn


First Air

The Airline of the North. First Air has evolved from a pilot’s dream into a major corporation that connects more of the Arctic than any other airline.

Canadian aviation pioneer Russell (Russ) Bradley began his pilot training in Ottawa in 1946. From the outset, Russ proved himself to be an innovator. He and legendary pilot and partner, Weldy Phipps, went on to revolutionize Arctic flying capabilities. In particular, they are credited with developing large balloon-like “tundra tires” in the late 1950s. Their company now connects the Arctic and its communities like never before.


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First Air Boeing 737. Photo: Heiko Wittenborn


Halutik Fuel Inc.

A subsidiary of the Makivik Corporation, Halutik sells diesel and regular fuel to the public. Halutik also offers snow clearing, towing and automotive-repair services.

Hallutik Fuel. Photo: Heiko Wittenborn



Two childcare centres are operated in Kuujjuaq. There are also a number of private home-daycare services.


imgTumiapiit Childcare Center. Photo: Derek Tagoona


Canada Post

Canada Post ensures the delivery of regular and priority mail and packages to local residents.
(Monday to Friday 9 a.m.–5:30 p.m.)


Canada Post. Photo: Derek Tagoona


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.).


Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre


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