Performers in Cambridge Bay entertain cruise ship passengers. The Government of Nunavut must ensure that any such development is done responsibly, sustainably, and in a manner that has long-term benefits for Nunavummiut residents of Nunavut. Nunavut is one of several Inuit homelands across the Arctic. The territory is an intricate series of waterways and passages framed by tundra, glaciers, and towering mountains.
These are comprehensive milestone Nunavut creation benefits that provide the long-term certainty of tenure required to de-risk, finance, develop and ultimately mine at Back River. For our shareholders we have created more value in the Company by securing tenure and further de-risking the project.
Inuit of the Kitikmeot Region have the opportunity to benefit from gold production on their lands both financially and through initiatives to create long term economic sustainability in jobs and training in and outside of the mining industry.
We appreciate the significant efforts of the KIA as we worked to finalize these agreements and look forward to working with them to implement the various initiatives contemplated under these agreements.
Sabina has been very professional in these negotiations. We wish them success in their development plans for the mutual benefit of Sabina Shareholders and Kitikmeot Inuit.
The KIA is a democratically elected not-for-profit society. KIA is also designated to implement many rights from the Nunavut Agreement to represent Kitikmeot Inuit related to land management, socio-economic, water, and wildlife matters that are relevant to the Back River Project.
For further information please contact: Fred Pedersen, Kitikmeot Inuit Association This email address is being protected from spambots.
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As the largest community in Nunavut, Iqaluit is a growing community, unique in its role as a major business. SPI is a leader in the playground component industry!
Whether you are interested in playground components (climbers, slides, tubes, elbows) or our unique contained and daycare playsystems, SPI has an extensive line of outdoor playground equipment offering a wide array of color combinations, and custom designs to meet your every need.
NTI and the federal government signed a ten-year, legally binding plan in to implement the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, which included the creation of Nunavut in through division of the Northwest Territories. You may not be taking Canada trains but if you are traveling across the Canadian border, Amtrak recommends you review the US-Canada Border Crossing guidelines.
On April 1, , Nunavut separated from the Northwest Territories to become the newest Canadian territory. The creation of Nunavut was the outcome of the largest aboriginal land claims agreement between the Canadian government and the native Inuit people. Nunavut and a public government in the eastern Arctic.
One goal of the legislation is to increase Inuit representa- tion in all job categories of the public service to a level that.