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General Financial Practices courses held throughout the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. 

Applications are now being accepted for four upcoming General Financial Practices courses held throughout the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. 

Did You Know IRC Now Offers Direct Deposit?

Direct Deposit is an instant electronic transfer of funds deposited directly into your bank account. This option is available through most banks and credit unions.

Duane Ningaqsiq Smith, Chair and CEO for IRC, and Michael McLeod, MP Northwest Territories.

IRC will test an innovative approach by delivering a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Program to 18 Indigenous women that will also address socio-economic barriers faced by participants.

Why Register Children Under 18 With IRC?

If you are responsible for a child who is less than 18 years of age and may have Inuvialuit ancestry, you can register them with Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC).

Inuvialuit Harvesters Assistance Program

The application process for the Inuvialuit Harvesters Assistance Program (IHAP) opened on January 1. Those interested in applying will have until January 31 to submit a completed application.

BLAST Youth Tobacco Reduction Conference Coming To Inuvik

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation and Project Jewel are proud to welcome the BLAST Youth Tobacco Reduction Conference to Inuvik from

Inuvialuit Development Corporation is currently seeking proposals for contracting of cleaning services for th

Holidays hours at IRC

Please be advised that the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation offices will be closed for multiple days throughout the months of December and January. 

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

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

Inuvialuit heritage sites

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