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Nunavut Sivuniksavut looking for more Labrador Inuit students

Nunavut Sivuniksavut has opened their doors to Inuit across Canada, with seats reserved for the Labrador Inuit. With courses in Inuktitut, Land Claims, History and more, this eight month program will prepare you for your future learning.

Fourth Meeting of the Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table is a success

Read more about the latest Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table meeting that was held in Kuujjuaraapik, Nunavik.

Getting down to business

President Leo writes in her blog about the recent election and appointment of Minister portfolios

Nunatsiavut Election Results

On May 6, 2014, beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement voted for Ordinary Members to represent each constituency.  Read more to find out the results.

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2015-16 Moose Licences Media Releases, News

The Nunatsiavut Government has 23 moose licences available to be drawn and harvested by Nunatsiavut Beneficiaries.  The 2015-2016 licences will be drawn as follows: Nain                                        4 licences Hopedale                              4 licences Postville                                4 licences Makkovik                              4 licences Rigolet                                    4 licences Upper Lake Melville          3 licences Licences will be valid for 30 days. If a licence is not filled following the 30 days, a new draw will take place to designate a new hunter. This will continue until all licences are filled. Interested Beneficiaries must apply at their local Nunatsiavut Government conservation office. There is a limit of one licence per household. You must present yourself at an NG office to have your name entered into the draw. Proof of residence as well as your Nunatsiavut Beneficiary card may be requested. The 2015-2016 Moose hunting season will open on September 15. Beneficiaries with questions or comments can contact Jim Goudie, Wildlife Manager at tel.: (709)479-1043.  

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If you still hold the Labrador Inuit Association beneficiary card, we recommend that you call our office in order to have your beneficiary card updated to the Nunatsiavut Government card .  Please click on the link below to get more detailed information. Nunatsiavut Updated NG Card

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Voisey’s Bay Welcomed News Media Releases, News

Yesterday’s announcement sanctioning the construction of an underground mine at Voisey’s Bay bodes well for future employment and economic development opportunities for  Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement as well as Inuit  businesses, says Nunatsiavut’s Minister...

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