Inuit leaders from across Inuit Nunangat and five federal Cabinet Ministers met on September 29 in Nain, Nunatsiavut to further pursue outcomes for Inuit and all Canadians as part of the Inuit Crow
Canadian North confirmed on September 29 that it is pleased to actively participate in the humanitarian response to t
Applications are now being accepted for two upcoming General Financial Practices courses held in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
Held two weeks ago through Aurora College in Inuvik, 'drone school' was a three-day ground school training course for unmanned aerial vehicles.
Applications are now being accepted for the Essential Literacy and Personal Development workshops. It is suggested that those interested complete an application as soon as possible.
The Inuvialuit Living History Project is back!
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation would like to congratulate Courtney Larocque, as she begins her career as the new grade 6 teacher at East Three Elementary School in Inuvik.
The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor) has announced an investment of $467,200 to support a feasibility study led by Inuvialuit Regional Corporation that will assess the potenti
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.
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.
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