An Inuit-owned publishing house fills a major cultural void
Quill & Quire magazine March 2010
It’s not easy being Canada’s northernmost publisher. But for Nunavut’s Inhabit Media, which has its head office in Iqaluit, doing business above the 60th parallel has proven a winning proposition. Steeped in spirits, mythology, and traditional Inuit knowledge, the three-year-old firm has filled a cultural and language-resource gap by publishing classroom-friendly, bilingual editions that preserve the oral stories of the Canadian Arctic for a new generation.