Live the adventure!

Ever wonder what propels, compels and impels some small percentage of the population to become adventurers? A quest to find something new? A curiosity to see other landscapes beyond the known horizon? Imagining yourself there, in the very environment that looks so inaccessible? Do any of these appeal to you?

Raglan Mine's site is located in the northernmost part of Québec, in Nunavik, Canada. Nunavik is a vast territory, larger than the State of California, straddling both the Arctic and Subarctic climate zones. About 11,000 people live in Nunavik's fourteen communities, of whom 90% are Inuit. "Nunavik" means "place to live" in the local dialect of Inuktitut, and the Inuit inhabitants of the region are called Nunavimmiut.