The base camp in the Torngat Mountains National Park has been a host to many visitors this summer.
From researchers to federal politicians, there has been a steady flow of people to the park.
Jim Igliolorte made a visit to the park earlier this month.
Igliolorte is the Chair of the Torngat Mountains National Park Co-Management Board.
The board is made up of Inuit from Nunavik and Nunatsiavut who work closely with Parks Canada.
He says they had a full agenda during the board’s face-to-face meeting.
They discussed the management plan for the park, and the research that is taking place in the park.
He says it was a pleasure to meet with all the young people in the park’s student research program.
But he says it wasn’t all work.
The board had the opportunity to take in the sights in the park and head out on the land.