SITE OF CULTURAL TRANSMISSION ILNU
1514 rue Ouiatchouan, Mashteuiatsh, QC G0W 2H0 www.cultureilnu.ca
Uashassihtsh which means "Little Bay" opened its doors in 2012. This site which enjoys an exceptional location on the edge of the Pekuakami (Lake Saint-Jean) will allow you to be in direct contact with the millennial traditions of Pekuakamiulnuatsh. By visiting the various entertainment trays recreating life during the summer on the edge of the majestic Pekuakami, you will learn how the Pekuakamiulnuatsh lived on a daily basis. At the Pavillon des Arts et des Traditions, a guide will introduce you to the lifestyle of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh, a nomadic people who lived mainly along the Lac-Saint-Jean watershed and who moved there by its various streams.