is a northern village (Inuit community) in Nunavik, Quebec, and the northernmost settlement in a Canadian province. Quebec's northernmost village, Ivujivik is surrounded by cliffs that plunge deep into the turbulent waters of Digges Sound. The Coopérative D'Ivujivik Hotel. Ivujivik lies at the northwestern end of the territory and is the northernmost municipality in Nunavik. The IVUJIVIK means "stirring up and stacking of ice (especially along the coast)", because there are many ocean currents in the Ivujivik region.
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