Winter’s On Its Way


Our teamwork today gives our communities the sustenance we need for tomorrow.


The seasons help us to think about where we're going and where we've been. They guide our work and energy every day because they shape our reality. They are our reality. This is what it means to be close to Mother Nature. In this shot, a group of men are working with the narwhal they have caught. This incredible sea creature is full of vitamin D and essential to our diet during the cold, dark winter months.

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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