Torngat Mountains National Park

I have been to thirteen of Canada's National Parks, but none rival the Torngat Mountains National Park in the Nunatsiavut region of Northern Labrador. Officially opened in 2005, the park encompasses 9,700 square kilometres, and is home to both spectacular wildlife and scenery. The region is known to local Inuit as "Torngait", meaning 'place of spirits'. These images could not have been made without the support of the Nunatsiavut Government, of which I am a proud beneficiary, and Parks Canada.

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