A great summer experience for Nunavik's studentsA great summer experience for Nunavik's students6/9/2016 4:00:00 AM

Eight students will be chosen for the week from August 1st until the 6th 2016 to explore the different conservation projects done by park’s employees and an insect biologist by assisting in their work:

1. Butterfly inventory;
2. Bee inventory;
3. Participation in collecting fish data;
4. Water level of the Puvirnituq River;
5. Environmental follow-up of Manarsulik Camp.


The experience also includes: Trekking, fishing, camping and exploration of archaeological sites!!!!  Salary, food, lodging and transportation will be provided to the students.



  • Good physical condition to walk long distances in rough terrain.
  • Enjoy activities in all weather conditions and perform physical labour (lifting, pushing, and pulling).
  • Willing to travel and spend time in isolated location with no communication, and potentially camp out at Puvirnituq River.

For more information or to apply for that great summer experience at Pingualuit National Park, take a look on the following document. and please contact us before June 30th: 

YES Nunavik 819-964-2961  / Rebeka Migneault ext 2239 

Or KRG Parks 819-964-2961 /  Elise Rioux-Paquette ext 2335



You want to know what it’s like to be a park warden, to work with a biologist and to experience the treasures of the Parks? Nunavik parks is looking for 8 students from Nunavik to work and camp inside the park for one week in parc national des Pingualuit. A UNIQUE experience including conservation projects, trekking, fishing, camping and exploration of archaeological sites! Come and join the adventure!