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IRC Newsletter - Board Summary

Click here to view the Newsletter for May-June 2014 (3.3 MB).

 

Video:  Nunamin Illihakvia: Learning from the Land

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'Nunamin Illihakvia: Learning from the Land' was an Ulukhaktok Community Corporation (UCC) led project funded by Health Canada in partnership with researchers from McGill University, the University of Guelph, and the University of the Sunshine Coast. The project brought together young Inuit adults with experienced hunters, sewers and elders to learn how to make equipment, travel on the sea ice and hunt seals in the winter, prepare seal skins for sewing, and sew traditional seal skin clothing.

Note: There is a short hunting scene in this video, viewer discretion is advised.

 

Personal Credits Program

Please see the attached Information Sheet on the Personal Credits Program under the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement (IRSSA).

Contact:

Dodie Lennie, IEF Coordinator
Phone: (867) 777-7092 / Toll-Free: 1 855 777-7011
Email: dlennie@inuvialuit.com

 

NOTICE

The Inuvialuit Corporate Group operations in Inuvik have now moved back to our building at 107 Mackenzie Road. 

The main phone line remains (867) 777-7000. You may also use our Directory to find the staff member you are looking for.

 

Contact Information:

Please note our new toll-free number: 1 855 777-7011

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
Bag Service #21, Inuvik, NT X0E 0T0

Tel: (867) 777-7000
Toll-Free: 1 855 777-7011
Fax: (867) 777-7001
Email: info@inuvialuit.com

 

Change of Address? Keep in Touch!

If you have moved recently or are living at another address, please contact Emily Arey, IRC’s Deputy Enrolment Registrar at (867) 777-7015 / toll-free 1 855 777 7011, or email earey@inuvialuit.com.

 

Inuvialuit Publications
For information on how to order copies of Taimani, Nuna Aliannaittuq (place names), or Inuvialuit Nautchiangit (ethnobotany), please contact Mavis Jacobson at (867) 777-7003 or MJacobson@inuvialuit.com.
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Inuvialuktun Children's Books
As part of its mandate to preserve and promote the Inuvialuktun language, Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre (ICRC) has produced ten children's books in each of the three dialects.
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Resolution Health Support Program
Assistance with the Residential School Process
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