Nunavik Parks Beneficiary Access InitiativeNunavik Parks Beneficiary Access Initiative

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What Is Nunavik Parks Beneficiary Access Initiative ?

Since 2017, in order to promote greater access to the Parks, Nunavik Parks is offering financial support to James-Bay Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA) beneficiaries. Regardless of their home community in Nunavik, the Nunavik Parks Beneficiary Access Initiative (NPBAI) aims to reduce the barriers to go to the Parks. The NPBAI is built upon two main components: reducing fees and transportation costs.

How Does Nunavik Parks Beneficiary Access Initiative Work?

Under its first component, JBNQA beneficiaries receive a 50% reduction on the cost of activities and services delivered by Nunavik Parks. This component is on top of the free park access enjoyed by JBNQA beneficiaries in accordance with the Quebec Parks Act.

The second component of the NPBAI facilitates travel to the parks. If you are eligible and the funds available, the NPBAI will provide reimbursement for a portion of related air travel costs.

If you are a single visitor or coming with a group : friends, family, students, elders or any JBNQA beneficiary interested in travelling to a national park in Nunavik, you may apply to the program. To do so, download the file below (Inuktitut, English or French version), fill it up and return it by email at or by mail at this address : 

Nunavik Parks, PO.9, J0M1C0, Kuujjuaq, QC.

To download the form, select the language of your choosing and click on the document below:





If you already know which Park you plan to visit and you want more details, please call :

​Parc national des Pingualuit
C.P. 130
Kangiqsujuaq (Quebec)
J0M 1K0​​​

​Parc national Kuururjuaq​
C.P. 30
Kangiqsualujjuaq (Québec)
J0M 1N0​​​

Parc national Tursujuq
C.P. 2205
Umiujaq (Quebec)
J0M 1Y0


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