I am a blogger and freelance writer living in the Cree Nation of Whapmagoostui on the east shore of Hudson Bay, a three-hour flight north of my former home in the West Island of Montreal. The Inuit community of Kuujjuarapik shares this site with the Cree at the mouth of the Great Whale River.
Here I work at the Kativik School and moonlight at the local detention centre.
I write for various publications and continue to blog my experiences living in a barren landscape of brutal winds and whiteouts. If not outside walking with the community’s dogs, you’ll find me at my computer, with a hot cup of tea (plain black, Tetley, if possible) reading, or watching adventure films and sappy British comedies.
Oh, and yes, I also love to walk in snow storms!