Members of the Naskapi Nation have a deep knowledge of a vast boreal area. The Naskapi continue to apply their traditional know-how to hunting, fishing and tourist expeditions on the tundra and taiga. Caribou are a major theme in their craftsmanship.
This Naskapi community is in the North Shore administrative region, on the border with Newfoundland and Labrador. The inhabitants maintain a very traditional way of life and practice hunting, fishing, and trapping for sustenance. It is the only Naskapi village in Quebec.