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Ribbon cutting ceremony marking the official opening of the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway

Celebrations were held in Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk on November 15 to celebrate the official opening of the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway.

Christmas cards representing a Northern/Inuvialuit Christmas

It's now official! After a full day of voting, the three winners of the 2017 Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Christmas Card Art Contest have been selected.

General Financial Practices Course To Be Held In Sachs Harbour

Applications are now being accepted for an upcoming General Financial Practices course being held in Sachs Harbour from November 21 to 29, 2017. 

Reindeer herd

Over the past three years, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation has overseen a reindeer harvest initiative to provide a source of country food to beneficiaries in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region as a w

Traditional Knowledge Community Tour will visit all six communities in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region throughout November.

As part of the Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation is leading a Traditional Knowledge Community Tour that will take place throughout November and visit all

Be The Voice Of Youth In Your Community. Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) is seeking the interest of youth from the Inuvialuit Settlement Region to participate on the Regional Youth Advisory Group.

IRC Christmas Card Art Contest

Every year, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation sends out corporate Christmas cards to beneficiaries and businesses on our mailing list.

Jessica Stewart Shares Her Story With Aurora College

Jessica Stewart is an alumni of Aurora College and currently the legal assistant at In

Four Inuvialuit youth took part In the 2017 Students On Ice expedition

The 2017 Students on Ice Arctic expedition took place August 8 to 23 and brought together over 100 youth from around the

Project Jewel Success Story: David Roy Ekpakohak

Growing up on the coast of the Arctic Ocean, in a small, secluded community, a young David Roy Ekpakohak was rightfully quiet, shy, and content to keep to himself.