Tasiujaq

Anissa Saunders


Anissa Saunders

Hi, my name is Anissa and I am in secondary 3 in French. I am a goalie since 2008 and my teams appreciate me. Every day, I work at the daycare and the COOP of my village. I have a strong character, but a good sense a humour too. I'm glad to be part of the expedition Jeunes Karibus, it will be a nice challenge!

Jessie Angnatuk


Jessie Angnatuk

Hi, my name is Jessie but my friends call me Siasi. I go to school in French and I am a Rangers. I love playing hockey and doing all sorts of sports. I also like being involved in school life. I am always there when there are activities!

Malina Berthe


Malina Berthe

Hi, my friends call me Mals. I am in secondary 5 in French. I play hockey and I love it! I work at the COOP and at the daycare in Tasiujaq but I always find the time to be involved in school life. Next year, I’ll move to Kangiqsujuaq to prepare for college.

Tommy Cain


Tommy Cain

Hi, my name is Tommy, but everyone calls me Tom-Tom. I’m 14 years old and I go to Ajagutak school in French. I love hunting, camping and doing sports. I spend a lot of time with my best friend Tuniq.

Tuniq Berthe


Tuniq Berthe

Hello, my name is Tuniq and I am in secondary 2 in French. I love hunting with my best friend Tommy, riding skidoos and playing hockey. Plus I am very curious so I like learning new things.

William Augiak


William Augiak

Hello, my name is William and I am in secondary 2 in French. I love playing hockey and spending time with my friends. I also participate a lot in school activities. We can always count on me.

Demmi Dolbec


Demmi Dolbec

Hello, my name is Demmi and I am a French and social studies teacher from secondary 2 to 5 at Ajagutak school. This spring, I’ll accompany with great pleasure Tasiujaq’s Young Karibus squad in this ski adventure to Aupaluk.

Jessica Olivier


Jessica Olivier

Hello, my name is Jessica and I am a special education teacher. I came back this summer for a second year in the beautiful community of Tasiujaq because I love the students, the school and the village. I consider myself more than lucky to be a part of the incredible Young Karibus’s adventure.