Working with northern communities to develop a monitoring program that respects and acknowledges the strength, understanding, and knowledge of the Inuit communities of Nunatsiavut.

The eNuk program is a community-led eco-health monitoring program in the town of Rigolet, Labrador.

For more details, click here.

eNuk (formerly known by Inukbook, InukSuk, and InukNet) was recently featured on the Canadian Geographic website, the University of Guelph website, and the Labradorian.

Team Members

  • Dr. Sherliee Harper
  • Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo
  • Dr. Daniel Gillis
  • Dr. Jason Ernst
  • Dr. Mark Andrachuk, Post-Doctoral Fellow
  • Alex Sawatzky, Ph.D. Candidate
  • Oliver Cook, MSc Student
  • Nic Durish, MSc Student
  • Frazer Seymour, Undergraduate Research Assistant
  • Charlie Flowers
  • Inez Shiwak
  • Dr. Chris Furgal
  • Dr. James Ford
  • Michele Wood
  • Tom Sheldon
  • The Rigolet Inuit Community Government
  • The community of Rigolet

Previous Members

  • Dominic Gagne
  • Anna Bunce