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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.  

Pulâgialaugit Angiggatinnut

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

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.

Piguttisivallianik Sivunitsatinni

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

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Household Food Security Survey results released Media Releases, News

The findings of a survey conducted in each of the five Labrador Inuit communities will help enable the Nunatsiavut Government to make informed decisions in its attempt to address concerns over food insecurity, says Nunatsiavut’s Minister of Health and Social Development, Greg Flowers.

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President concerned with health and wellbeing of flood victims Media Releases, News

Nunatsiavut President Johannes Lampe says his thoughts and prayers are with the people of Mud Lake and others affected by the flooding of the Churchill River.

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Recount required for by-election for Ordinary Member for Constituency of Canada Media Releases, News

Nunatsiavut Electoral Officer Nannette Blake confirmed today that a recount will be held on the results of the May 10 by-election to fill a vacant seat in the Nunatsiavut Assembly for the Constituency of Canada.

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