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.


IRC Strategic Plan 2016 to 2019

The IRC Strategic Plan 2016 to 2019 is now available. Take a moment to look through the goals that have been set for the coming years. Click here to view it (2.02 MB).


IRC Newsletter - Board Summary

The newsletter for December 2016 is ready. Click here to view it (1.29 MB).


Progress Report For Arctic CHAR Program Now Available

You can now view the progress report from the 2016 field season for the Arctic Cultural Heritage At Risk (Arctic CHAR): Climate Change Impacts on the Inuvialuit Archaeological Record project.

This project is a collaboration between the University of Toronto and the Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre.

Arctic CHAR summary 2016 (3.08 MB).


Do You Know An Outstanding Early Childhood Educator?

*Deadline Extended*

Nominations for the Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education are still open. Awards worth up to $5,000. Nominate an exceptional educator today!

The deadline for nominations is January 20, 2017.

Click here to learn more or submit a nomination.


IRC By-laws - HERE

Signing of Inuvialuit Self-Government AIP

The signing of the Inuvialuit Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) in Inuvik on July 21, 2015 means more decision-making powers for Inuvialuit communities.  Click here for more details.

Click here for a complete copy of the Inuvialuit Self-Government AIP.


Enrolment - Toll-Free Fax

IRC now has a toll-free fax line for receiving enrolment documents. The number is 1.877.266 8036. This fax number will be a secure method to send personal information.


Video:  Nunamin Illihakvia: Learning from the Land

Click here for video.

'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.


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: 1 877 289-2389
Email: info@inuvialuit.com


Resolution Health Support Program
Assistance with the Residential School Process
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