The Department of Language, Culture and Tourism is accepting applications from Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement within Nunatsiavut, Upper Lake Melville and the Canadian Constituency to attend the Inuit Connection Program at the Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station for the 2024 Season.

This is a partnership project between the Nunatsiavut Government, Parks Canada and Makivvik Corporation. The goal is to enable Labrador and Nunavik Inuit an opportunity to reconnect with their homeland, and provide opportunities to understand how to make the park a living, vibrant Inuit place that is meaningful in the present and the future.

The following is specific to this project:

  • Funding for 9 Beneficiaries (family or individual) to explore the park and connect at the Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station for a one-week period from August 3-10, 2024;
  • Participants must have a strong connection and interest to their homeland and offer insights that may enhance future programming and discussions.


Applicants must be willing to travel by charter to Nain and then to the Torngat Mountains Base Camp. Travel by speed boat and helicopter may also be expected.

Beneficiaries will be selected on the merit of their applications. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: Inuit-Connection-Application-2024

Applicants must submit a completed application by June 28, 2024 by 4:00 PM AST.

Please submit your application to:

Crystal Allen, Culture Program Manager

Department of Language, Culture and Tourism

E-mail: [email protected]

Phone: 709-922-2942