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Programs

Diabetes

Each community in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) has programs which attempt to reduce the risk of diabetes among youth and adults through healthy lifestyle programing.  

These programs include seven contribution agreements...

Elders payments of $500 are available every December to all Inuvialuit beneficiaries over the age of 60.

These payments are distributed through the Community Corporations. Those living outside the Inuvialuit Settlement Region receive ...

The Inuvialuit Education Foundation (IEF) is a registered charitable organization that was established in 1990 that works to accomplish three specific goals.

To increase the number of beneficiaries accessing and completing post-secondary...

As part of its mandate to preserve and promote the Inuvialuktun language, the Inuvialuit Cultural Centre has published multiple children's books in each of the three Inuvialuktun dialects.

While just a selection are made available on this...

The Inuvialuit Child Development Program works with Child Development Centres and Aboriginal Head Start inititatives across the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, providing administration, support, and training to ensure programs comply with the...

In order to maintain a smooth process, it is important that you notify Inuvialuit Regional Corporation as soon as possible if you have moved or are living at another address. This will ensure that IRC's Registrar of Enrolment has complete and...

Funding for the University and College Entrance Preparation Program (UCEPP) is provided through Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC). The program provides financial assistance to selected Inuvialuit beneficiaries enrolled in university...

The First Nations and Inuit Youth Employment Strategy (FNIYES) supports initiatives that provides Inuvialuit youth with work experience, information about career options and opportunities to develop skills to help gain employment and develop...