NAME AND LOGO
The words Mamu Innu Kaikusseht mean “all aboriginal fishermen” in Innu-Aimun (Innu language). They reflect the Innu Nation’s pride when practicing traditional fishing activities and underline their importance in the preservation of culture and the development of Innu communities. They also highlight how important it is for the Innu to work together, in collaboration with partners from different horizons.
The AMIK logo illustrates the central values and ideas of the organization. At the forefront, the fisherman ready with his harpoon, represents the vitality, courage and traditions of a lively culture. He is supported by the circle, which refers to natural cycles and the forming of groups, without whom the fisherman is nothing.