First, Lac Pau, where Hume now bases most of his operation (he also accesses camps from Kuujjuaq), remains a key jump-off point for hunting the Leaf River herd in Zone 23 West. While recent migrations have missed the camps closest to Lac Pau, a number of the "hotspot" camps in the current migration routes are closer to Lac Pau than Kuujjuaq and are most easily and inexpensively accessed from there.
Second, the reference by Minister of Natural Resources Serge Simard to "declining" caribou numbers does not mean the hunting is bad. There are still an estimated 430,000 animals in the Leaf River Herd, which makes it one of the largest caribou herds on the planet, able to sustain hunting at current levels for the foreseeable future.
Bottom line, if you want a Quebec-Labrador bull in your trophy room, do your homework carefully, pick a reputable outfitter, and go. Odds are good you'll have a great hunt.