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*This closed after a second round of funding for reapplications for spring out,
See Notice here and thank you to those who got out on the land for May 13, 2020.
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) and its Health & Wellness Division is offering beneficiaries with an established camp or cabin and ready transportation the short-term financial assistance to get out on the Land. Recognizing that going out on the land is traditionally and culturally relevant especially during this time of uncertainty, IRC is prepared to accept Expressions of Interest from beneficiaries who are willing to spend 14 or more days out and the costs associated with supporting these On the Land activities.
IRC now formally asks that only those required for essential services travel into the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. As of March 19, 2020, all non-essential services will be limited and staff will be directed to work out of their homes.
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) would like to invite anyone who wishes to be considered for acceptance into the Inuvialuit Trust, to submit your completed enrolment package by March 31, 2020.
The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) wishes to remind Inuvialuit beneficiaries and other residents and visitors of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region that harvesting from the Reindeer herd is strictly not allowed.
The purpose of the Federal Day Schools Class Action (FDSCA) Settlement Agreement is to address harm suffered as a result of Canada’s establishment, management, and funding of Federal Day Schools.
To find out if you are a “Class Member” (are eligible for compensation) and to learn about deadlines and application processes please visit the official FDSCA website: https://indiandayschools.com/en/
Scheduled Board Meetings in 2021 for Inuvialuit Corporate Group (ICG)
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC)
• February 23 – 25, 2021
Elders Benefit Payments of $500 are available each year in December to all Inuvialuit beneficiaries over the age of 60. Inuvialuit Regional Corporation will be distributing payments to Community Corporations, mailing payments to those outside the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, and electronically depositing payments to those registered for direct deposit December 2.
After many months of planning and preparation, Canadian North and First Air have launched their first-ever combined flight schedule, with all flights within it now marketed and sold under the unified name ‘Canadian North.’ From today onwards, Canadian North customers will be able to travel and ship across its vast network of 24 northern communities, from its southern gateways of Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton, with seamless interline connections to destinations throughout Canada, the US and beyond. To view this new schedule, please click here.