It's been common at Winterlude for a series of photographs to be incorporated into a wall of ice in Confederation Park, on behalf of a government organization. In this case, Parks Canada is showcasing one of the national parks of the north, Torngat Mountains National Park, which takes up the far northern stretches of Labrador. It can be seen circled on the map. The word derives from the Inuktitut word Torngait, which means place of the spirits. The photos were taken during a trip Parks Canada set up for students in the summer of 2016. Hopefully the captions are readable if enlarged.