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......Hello from Montreal, Canada. My name is Steve and Inukjuak is the name of an Inuit village in Nunavik (north Quebec). The other village names are: Kuujjuaraapik, Umiujaq, Puvirnituq, Akulivik, Ivujivik, Salluit, Kangiqsujuaq, Quaqtaq, Kangirsuk, Aupaluk, Tasiujaq, Kuujjuaq, and Kangiqsuallujjuaq. http://www.nunavikparks.ca/en/footer/network-map/index.htm Thank you & "Naqurmiik" for giving me your votes of confidence, and trusting me to give the "correct" answers to your Y!A questions. I'm not a spammer, and I absolutely refuse to shill, peddle, pimp, hawk or "sucker-sell" any product whatsoever. Being the "Top Answerer" for YouTube has its pluses, but also its drawbacks. I get lots of emails full of thanks and praise, but also lots of requests for help. Sadly, I'm so busy and my inbox is so full, (8000+ messages), I hardly visit there anymore. If you've written to me, please accept my sincere apologies for not getting back to you quickly, (or at all).

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