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May 2012 - Aupaluk, Nunavik. An airplane takes off after delivery of cargo to "Oceanic Iron Ore". Oceanic Ironore Inc. is preparing the site for future exploitation of iron and nickel. They are still in an exploration phase, but people from the community see more and more workers arrive in town and supply arrive every weeks. On the Ungava bay, North of Quebec, Canada. Inuit villages are link by airplane. From Kuujjuaq, the capital of Nunavik, every day, a plane stop by every village, transporting people to and from the nordic hospital, federal, provincial or territory organizations, or just plain family visits. The airplane also bring goods and cargo supply from Montreal and Quebec to these villages.
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May 2012 - Aupaluk, Nunavik. An airplane takes off after delivery of cargo to "Oceanic Iron Ore". Oceanic Ironore Inc. is preparing the site for future exploitation of iron and nickel. They are still in an exploration phase, but people from the community see more and more workers arrive in town and supply arrive every weeks. On the Ungava bay, North of Quebec, Canada. Inuit villages are link by airplane. From Kuujjuaq, the capital of Nunavik, every day, a plane stop by every village, transporting people to and from the nordic hospital, federal, provincial or territory organizations, or just plain family visits. The airplane also bring goods and cargo supply from Montreal and Quebec to these villages.