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The Aboriginal Language Revitalization project works to identify Uummarmiutun, Siglirmiutun and Kangiryuarmiutun languages within the communities and to support the preservation, use and revitalization of the three dialects spoken throughout the...

The Inuvialuit Language Officer position includes Inuvialuktun teacher support to eight Inuvialuktun teachers based throughout the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.

These include: 

Inualthuyak School (Sachs Harbour) Angik School (Paulatuk...

The Lower East Channel of the Mackenzie River, including eastern Richards Island and the north coast of the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, is home to many important Inuvialuit heritage sites – some date back as much as 700 years ago. This includes the...

The Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (CPNP) is funded by Health Canada with the following goals: 

More babies will be born healthy and have healthy birth weights The health of pregnant women will be improved More mothers will breastfeed...

The Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy (ASETS) is a Government of Canada program that works alongside Aboriginal Agreement Holders to help Aboriginal people prepare for, find and maintain high-demand jobs now and in the long-term...

In 2016, the Board of Directors of Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) approved a distribution payment of $538.60 to all enrolled Inuvialuit beneficiaries over the age of 18. A total of $2,422,666 was paid to 4,497 beneficiaries over the age of...

Project Jewel is an on-the-land wellness program that builds in after care supports for its’ participants. We strive to provide services that are client-driven, culturally sensitive and relevant. With the assistance of Elders, external and...