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Nunavik is a dialect of Inuktitut spoken in the northern Quebec (called Nunavik) and parts of northern Newfoundland and Labrador (called Nunatsiavut).
Communities in Quebec where Nunavik is spoken:
Communities in Newfoundland and Labrador where Nunatsiavut is spoken:
- Agvituk (Hopedale)
- Qipuqqaq (Postville)
- Maquuvik (Makkovik)
- Kikiaq (Rigolet)
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