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Social responsibility

Since the company’s founding, Air Inuit has endeavoured to enhance the lives of Inuit people throughout Nunavik by supporting community organizations, educational programs, athletic training and cultural events. It has also been active on the world stage through its participation in international organizations such as the Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC), where Inuit people from other northern constituencies meet to discuss matters of mutual interest and concern. It remains the company’s firm intention that Inuit culture and language be preserved and allowed to flourish.

Through scholarships and affirmative-action programs, Air Inuit also helps citizens of Inuit descent throughout Quebec to obtain professional accreditations that can be put to the service of their local communities, and also to assist them in finding meaningful employment, whether in their traditional homeland or points south.
Air Inuit does its utmost to include Inuit first and foremost in its hiring policies.