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Call For Proposals: Language Revitalization and Cultural Programs

Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre is now accepting proposals for language revitalization and cultural progr

CBC Prepares For Indigenous-Language Digital Archive Project

More than 64,000 hours of CBC North TV and Radio content broadcast in Indigenous languages, including Inuvialuktun, will be transferred from old reels, cassettes and CDs into digital formats.

WABDC Seeks Inuvialuit Board Member

The Western Arctic Business Development Corporation (WABDC) is seeking applications from Inuvialuit beneficiaries residing in the western Arctic region for a Board of Directors position. 

NWT On The Land Collaborative Releases 2017 Annual Report

The NWT On The Land Collaborative's 2017 annual report was recently released and it showcases some of the highlights from the past year, including new partners, the first annual learning trip, and

Anguniaqvia niqiqyuam Marine Protected Area Celebration Part of Oceans Day 2017

Oceans Day in the western Arctic is always a much-anticipated event, but this year the celebrations were extra special as the launch of the Anguniaqvia niqiqyuam Marine Protected Area was officiall

Call for Applications for the 2017-2018 Youth Ambassador Program

Applications for the 2017-2018 Northwest Territories (NWT) Youth Ambassador Program are being accepted by the GNWT Department of Municipal and Community Affairs.

Beaufort Delta Regional Energy Feasibility Study

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation is requesting proposals from interested and qualified proponents for the provision of a Beaufort Delta Regional Energy Study.

Western Arctic Oceans Day. Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.

Western Arctic Oceans Day and Anguniaqvia niqiqyuam Marine Protected Area Celebration will be held in Paulatuk on August 11, 2017.

At the height of the trapping era, sources estimate that there were up to 50 Inuvialuit-owned schooners.

Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre (ICRC) invites the contribution of stories and photographs of Inuvialuit-owned schooners as they plan and prepare to publish a book on that same topic.  

We're Hiring: Accounting Supervisor. Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) invites applications for the position of Accounting Supervisor based in Inuvik, NT.