Ukkusiksalik is the traditional homeland of the modern Inuit who live in the area. Many of those who were born before the establishment of the local communities were raised along the shores of Wager Bay. Residents maintain living ties to the land, and it is not unusual to see Inuit families camping in the park, practicing their traditional harvesting activities. We would like to remind you to respect Inuit subsistence hunting, fishing and trapping rights. Please give them their privacy and refrain form approaching unless invited. Always ask permission before taking photos or videos. Beneficiaries of the Nunavut Agreement may travel through the park by motorized vehicle for traditional activities, including harvesting. Anyone transporting a visitor into the park for commercial gain will require a business licence and all visitors will be required to register with the park office prior to entering.