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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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No time to waste; long-term management plan for George River caribou herd needed now, says President Media Releases, News

‘With the herd now pegged at about 14,200 animals, and with no sign of recovery anytime soon, it is critical that both provincial governments work with all stakeholders to find a way to ensure the future viability and sustainability of the George River caribou,” says President Leo....

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$700,000 committed to carry out repairs, improve energy efficiency and provide attic retrofits for homes in Nain and Hopedale Media Releases, News

“A Housing Needs Assessment carried out in our communities two years ago clearly identified a major housing crisis in Nain and Hopedale,” says Nunatsiavut President Sarah Leo. “These communities in particular face acute issues of overcrowding and homelessness. In some cases, many...

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Expression of Interest News

The Nunatsiavut Government requires a pool of potential candidates for purposes of appointment to the Boards, Committees or other bodies created under the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement (LILCA), or established under Inuit law.

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