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Do You Live In Tuktoyaktuk And Need A Passport Photo?

IRC will be travelling to Tuktoyaktuk on Wednesday, May 2 and we invite all community members to come have their photo taken.

Canadian Tire First Shift Program Coming To Inuvik

This program is designed to create a positive experience for new-to-hockey families – through an accessible, affordable, safe, and, most importantly, fun environment for our up-and-coming hockey stars. 

An Inuvialuit beneficiary collects a distribution payment cheque in Inuvik

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) announced a distribution payment of $536.60 to all enrolled Inuvialuit beneficiaries over the age of 18.

Apply For Inuvialuit Child Care Program Beginning May 1

As a reminder to parents, you must register your child every year to be eligible. Please ensure that your application is sent and received by June 18, 2018.

Self-Government Celebrates New Office Space With Open House

An Open House was hosted by the Inuvialuit Self-Government team last month to share with the public their new office space in Inuvik.

Duane Ningaqsiq Smith, Chair and CEO of Inuvialuit Regional Corporation, presents a gift to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee was created in February 2017 and was founded on the principle that an equal partnership between Inuit and the Crown is essential to the reconciliation process.

Notice: Changes To GNWT's Senior Home Heating Subsidy

This subsidy provides financial assistance to low-to-modest income residents to help meet the costs of heating their home.

IFA 101 Project Prepares For Soon-To-Be Released eLearning Program

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation and the Joint Secretariat have been working together on the IFA-101 Project to increase the understanding and importance of the IFA.

Inuit Release National Inuit Strategy On Research

The National Inuit Strategy On Research is a pivotal document that outlines the coordinated actions required to improve the way Inuit Nunangat research is governed, resourced, conducted, and shared.

Team NT in Arctic Sports at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games. Photo by Tusaayaksat Magazine.

Team NT finished with 102 ulu-medals and Inuvialuit Regional Corporation would like to congratulate the Inuvialuit athletes that helped contribute to that total.