To Please the Animal Master: The Innu hunting way of life

Feb 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 7-4: Wildlife Management, Features
By Stephen Loring

You won’t find Nitassinan on any published maps. Nitassinan is a land that exists in the hearts and the minds of the Innu, the indigenous people of what the people that “come-from-away” call northern Quebec and Labrador. Nitassinan was among the first parts of the New World to be visited by Europeans, but it was among the last to be mapped. It is a land of extremes: behind the stark, imposing coast of ice-scoured barren headlands there are trackless forests of stunted-spruce and a myriad maze of muskeg, rivers, and lakes. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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