Rigolet is the most southerly Inuit community in the world and has a population of 306. It’s located at the entrance of Lake Melville where a steady flow of tide water in the narrows keeps water around Rigolet open year long despite sub-zero temperatures. This community is home to some of Labradors finest crafts people, who make such things as handcrafted salt-water grass pieces and authentic seal skin garments. This gorgeous little community also has the longest wooden boardwalk in North America, and on a clear day you can see the Mealy Mountains from the gazebo! Visit the Net Loft Museum and the Strathcona Building to learn about Rigolet’s history. For summertime fun, you can attend Rigolet’s annual Salmon Festival or if you prefer warm spring weather, they also have a Tikkiaksaugusik Festival.