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For thousands of years, we’ve called this region “home” and now we’d like to welcome you to see for yourself why we love where we live. From our culture to our unspoiled wilderness, come experience something new.  

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Pulâgialaugit Angiggatinnut

Tausintigiallatâni jârini, taisimalittavut una avittusimajuk “angiggak” ammalu manna tujummiKungilasi imminik takunialigavit summat piutsamangâtta inigijattini. IlikKusittinit sujuttausimangitunut nunami, Kailaugit Kaujigiattulutit Kaujimangitannik.

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Building for Our Future

Working together, with our people and other interested parties, we aim to develop our resources in a way that benefits all parties, including the region we call home.

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Piguttisivallianik Sivunitsatinni

SuliaKaKatigennik, inuKutinni asinginnilu Kanuttojunik katimajinik, tugâvugut pivalliagiamik pivianattutinnik ikajutsigunnatumik ilonnainik ilaugumajunik, allât avittusimajuni taijattini angiggavut.

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Questions and Answers regarding Air Borealis Media Releases, News

The following is posted at the request of the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies.

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National Aboriginal Day message from President Lampe Media Releases, News

As we celebrate National Aboriginal Day it’s important for us, as Labrador Inuit, to remember those who have gone before us – those who have helped shape who we are as a people; those who have led the way for us to be here today.

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President raises concerns over delays in releasing water from Muskrat Falls reservoir Media Releases, News

Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe says he fully expects commitments made by Premier Dwight Ball, during a marathon meeting with Labrador’s three indigenous leaders on October 26, 2016 over concerns with the downstream effects of the Muskrat Falls project, will be honored.

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