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COVID-19 Food Supplement Program

The Nunatsiavut Government today announced a Food Supplement Program to assist Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement residing in the Constituency of Canada in dealing with impacts associated with the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

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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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Supreme Court rules in favor of Nunatsiavut Government on Voisey’s Bay royalties Media Releases, News

The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has decided in favor of the Nunatsiavut Government following a legal dispute with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador over royalties from the Voisey’s Bay nickel project.

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Requests for Proposals

The purpose of this RFP is to secure the services of a qualified boatbuilding company to construct two 28’ community search-and-rescue vessels based on specifications included in this request. The output of this project will be the two completed vessels.

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Excluding Nunatsiavut Government from northern shrimp quotas ‘a betrayal’, says Minister Flowers Media Releases, News

Lands and Natural Resources Minister Greg Flowers is accusing federal Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan of blatantly violating the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement (LILCA) by restricting the Nunatsiavut Government access to lucrative northern shrimp stocks.

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