Inuit have been making their place, coming and going, living and working in Montreal for generations. Since the signing of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement in 1975, the city has seen a growing permanent community of Inuit. Today over 2000 Inuit make their home in Montreal. Our walking tour of downtown Montreal will feature stops and commentary about places of historic and current importance to people in the city. The walk will begin at the UQAM conference site and head west through downtown to Cabot Square at the Atwater metro station; A distance of about 4.5 kilometers. Estimated time: 2 hours.
Meet at 10AM sharp in front of Pavillon Sherbrooke, 200 Sherbrooke St West