Congratulations to Mathieu Avarello, recipient of the "Louis-Edmond Hamelin Mobility Grant 2017" from the Louis-Edmond Hamelin Chair in Nordic Research in the Social Sciences.

The mobility grant supports the research of Mathieu Avarello (professional master's student in architecture and master's degree in architectural sciences - urban design) in co...


Félicitations à Mathieu Avarello, récipiendaire de la bourse « Subvention à la mobilité Louis-Edmond Hamelin 2017 » de la Chaire Louis-Edmond Hamelin de recherche nordique en sciences sociales.

La subvention à la mobilité soutient la recherche de Mathieu Avarello (étudiant à la maîtrise professionnelle en architecture et à  la ma...


On January 23rd and 24th 2018, our partner Kativik Regional Government (KRG) hosts a symposium entitled 'Sustainable Planning for Northern Vilages: Granular Material and Construction Issues' in Kuujjuaq. Living in Northern Quebec’s co-investogators Myriam Blais, Geneviève Vachon and Michel Allard are invited to share research results, along with re...


Thursday, December 14 : Living in northern Quebec
Session HUM04, Arctic Housing and Community Planning. In addiCtion to a dozen thematic presentations, a panel discussion will end the day. Panelists include: Olivia Ikey, Vice President of the Qarjuit Youth Council and Mason White, Founding Architect of Lateral Office in Toronto (author of Many Nort...


Visit the exhibition RENCONTRES, presented at the Laval University School of architecture until September 29! The exhibition presents an overview of the first two years of the partnership's activities, focusing on the benefits of collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Stay tuned for the official launch date : we will be welcoming the inuit youth who b...


As part of the Arctic Change 2017, which will take place at the Quebec City Convention Center in December 2017, ArcticNet is organizing a photo contest:

"The International Arctic Change 2017 Photo Contest is a fantastic opportunity for Arctic researchers, students, partners and collaborators to share their dynamic and eye-catching photos of the circ...


Many of our colleagues are currently in Umeå, Sweden, to participate in the ICASS IX congress, held by the International Arctic Social Sciences Association. The congress examines the various responses social sciences and the humanities can contribute to challenges affecting the people and places of the North, such as climate change, industrial extr...


On June 1st 2017, the Living in Northern Quebec partnership will hold a colloquium as part of its annual general meeting in Uashat mak Mani-Utenam (Shipit). This symposium aims to share the expertise of Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals and builders on a variety of themes related to housing design and the development of culturally appropr...


 Hello, Ai,

Living in Northern Quebec's FIRST STUDENT COLLOQUIUM will be held on Thursday April 27, 2017, at the Maison de la Littérature, starting at 8:30 am (40 Rue Saint-Stanislas, Québec City). A dozen research and design-research projects, all equally stimulating, will be presented.

Mark your agenda and spread the word!

Here are th...


From February 28 to March 6, the research group Living in Northern Quebec, accompanied by Myriam Blais's students (ARC-6035), traveled to Inukjuak and Puvirnituq to witness the situation in terms of housing and construction, as well as the aspirations and realities of their inhabitants. Various exchanges, openness and collaboration have opened the...

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