Before She’s Gone


Our communities depend on our Life Givers. The Women around us desperately need our love and protection, because we simply can't afford to lose one more.


I took this picture on October 4, 2015 at a lake that is past the Clyde River Airport. It was captured in remembrance of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada. It somehow touched people in a deep way, and they approached me to thank me for taking it. This scene is a reminder that there are families' Daughters, Mothers, Sisters, Aunts and Nieces who seem to have just disappeared into thin air... into the night...

Niore Iqalukjuak is an Inuk (Inuit) Photographer based in Clyde River Nunavut which is in Central Baffin Island. He shares his photos to show the beauty of the landscape, wildlife and people of his culture.

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