Welcome to Sirivik Food Centre

We’re building community through food, as a space for Inukjuamiut to learn, grow and share together.

About Us

Why We Exist

77%

77% of Inuit adults in Nunavik are food insecure.

48%

Nunavimmiut pay 48% more for groceries than residents of southern Quebec.

Inuit experience the highest documented prevalence of food insecurity of any Indigenous people living in a developed country

Inuit experience the highest documented prevalence of food insecurity of any Indigenous people living in a developed country

Celebrating the power of food

We value the traditional Inuit food system and its role in transmitting cultural values, skills and identity. We acknowledge that our community is changing and we're embracing our shifting diet while standing strong in our roots.

Our Programs

We offer healthy meals and an array of food programs, because there’s no singular approach to tackling food insecurity.

Community Food Box

Delivering direct food support to households in urgent need of assistance

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Community Kitchen

Building skills and confidence in the kitchen while serving up big beautiful meals for Inukjuammiut

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Drop In

Fostering community and providing ongoing support for drop in visitors every weekday.

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Growing Initiatives

Growing fresh food locally in the Arctic!

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Summer Program

Promoting a healthy lifestyle over the summer months with daily breakfast services and weekly activities for teens

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Ulluriat

Our traditional food program, providing youth the opportunity to gain new skills, confidence and increased access to country food.

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How you can help

Supporting Sirivik has a direct impact on Inukjuamiut. Contributions from our community allow us to continue to provide food programs and support on a daily basis. Join us in creating a stronger food system!

Our Supporters

Because making an impact is a collective effort.