• Who We Are

    Inuvialuit, the Inuit of Canada's western Arctic, entered into a land claim agreement with the Government of Canada on June 5, 1984 with the signing of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA). 

    Inuvialuit Regional Corporation was established to manage the overall affairs of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region as outlined in the IFA. 

     

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  • Honouring our history. Taking charge of our future.

    After more than 20 years of negotiations, Inuvialuit self-government is closer to becoming a reality than it has ever been before.

     

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Award-winner Mary Cockney, with Charles Klengenberg and Duane Smith
December 01, 2017

On November 23, Inuvialuit Land Administration recognized Mary Cockney and Ricky Joe with the Environment Monitor "Roy (Sugloo) Smith" Award.

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Inuvialuit heritage sites
December 01, 2017

The Progress Report on the 2017 Field Season for the Arctic Cultural Heritage At Risk (Arctic CHAR) project is now

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IRC Celebrates Employee Milestones
November 29, 2017

The Employee Long Service Awards program was initiated to honour staff members for their long service and dedication to Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.

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Events

For more details, please contact Ulukhaktok Community Corporation.

Date: 
December 11, 2017

For more details, please contact Tuktoyaktuk Community Corporation.

Date: 
December 11, 2017

For more details, please contact Sachs Harbour Community Corporation.

Date: 
December 15, 2017

Resources

The project Arctic Cultural Heritage At Risk is a collaboration between University of Toronto and 

Inuvialuit Education Foundation Annual Report 2016/2017

2016 Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Financial Report

Career Centre

Will your resume get you an interview? What training do you need to prepare for the future? How can you prepare to get the job you want?

For answers to these and other career employment questions, visit our Career Centre page.

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