Welcoming Women of Nunavik to our Organization

Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association of Nunavik represents all Inuit women of Nunavik aged 16 and over. Saturviit strives to be the voice for Nunavik women and to represent their well-being and interests. We encourage women to take positive actions to improve their own social and economic well-being. We also advocate for programs and services that promote and support healthy women and families.

Press release from Saturviit



Press Release




JULY 27, 2021 – Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association of Nunavik, a non-profit organization, congratulates Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon upon her installation as Canada’s first Indigenous and first Inuk Governor General of Canada. The ceremony, which took place yesterday in Ottawa, is an important step in Canadian history and a time of celebration for Nunavimmiut.

For Saturviit, which represents all women of Nunavik, Mary Simon’s installation is especially significant, as it recognizes the leadership role Inuit women play in our communities and the extraordinary success we can achieve, both personally and professionally. It also reinforces our commitment as an organization to supporting women across Nunavik in their efforts to pursue their individual dreams and goals.

Governor General Simon’s installation today is also a reminder that Inuit have an important role to play in Canada’s future and that our language, culture, and traditions have a place in Canadian society. We are proud that Mary Simon made her inaugural speech as Governor General in Inuktitut, as well as in English and French. Her remarks are a reminder that our voices matter and that it is important to speak up and take our rightful place in both Inuit Nunangat and the South.

Mary Simon’s appointment to this important role represents the hope of reconciliation between Canada’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. Saturviit welcomes and celebrates this historic moment.



Arnaliat Nipingit 2019

Our Theme. Our Children

March 4-7, 2019 – Kuujjuaraapik, Quebec

Deadline for registration is February 17, 2019.

Inuit Woman's Forum

Voice your needs for your future.

September 18-19, 2018 (9am-5pm)

Places are limited. Registration is required.

Workshops for Women

Saturviit has completed another round of Leadership Training Workshops in 8 Nunavik communities. Stay tuned for the next workshops to be offered in 2019!

Conferences for Women

Saturviit will be hosting Arnaliat Nipingit in 2019 – stay tuned for more about this Women’s Conference that bring together women from every community in Nunavik.

Community Projects

Saturviit provides support for community projects initiated by Nunavik women. Projects can include learning traditional practices or coming up with new innovative ideas, lessons, or events.

Recent Publications

Our Issues

Stop Violence

We, Inuit women of Nunavik, demand that violence directed against women and children must stop. Child sexual abuse is absolutely intolerable and must end. All types of violence, whether physical or psychological, against women and children must cease to occur.

Women's Wellbeing

Making the well-being of women a priority leads to healthy Inuit communities.


Justice for all people in Nunavik is central to improving our quality of life.

Families and Children

Inuit women are the heart of their families and communities.

Politics and Economics

Listening to women’s voices on politics and economics provides key insight into the well-being of the whole community.

Contact Us

Saturviit Inuit Women’s
Association of Nunavik

2540 Ch De La Petite-Riviere
Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC J7V 8P2

Tel 1.866.944.5003

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