‘You can’t be selfish and survive’ in Canada’s harsh but beautiful North

By Joelle Kidd December 24, 2018 The Ungava Peninsula in Nunavik, northern Quebec, is flanked by Hudson Bay on one side and Ungava Bay on the other. Here, above the treeline, wide open skies frame sweeping views of snow through the crisp, cold air. “It’s a beautiful place, amazingly beautiful,” says Esther Wesley, co-ordinator of … Continue reading “‘You can’t be selfish and survive’ in Canada’s harsh but beautiful North”