Picture this, if you can: Kilometres upon kilometres of tundra, boreal forests, mountains and waterways – all in a single region bigger than the size of France. No two ways about it: Nord-du-Québec is downright massive, taking up more than 55% of the entire territory of Quebec. French, English, Cree and Inuktitut are all spoken there. Further north in the region, you’ll encounter a sun that never sets during the summer months. You can even experience all four seasons in the span of 24 hours.
Life in Nord-du-Québec is an adventure. No matter where you look, you can sense the strength and beauty of this northern land. From the sun setting over James Bay to the Northern Lights that light up the long winter nights north of the 49th parallel, nature plays a central role in the lives of all who live here.