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IRC would like to inform beneficiary families that CFI applications will no longer be accepted.  COVID-19 funding is now promised under different terms and program agreements that IRC is negotiating and in process of planning for all beneficiaries.

Over the last four (4) days Inuvialuit Regional Corporation has worked with the local retailers

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) recognizes that all elders may need extra support during this time.

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.

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) is reaching out to beneficiaries interested in participating on subsidiary boards and advisory bodies of the Inuvialuit Corporate Group. 

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:

Scheduled Board Meetings in 2020 for Inuvialuit Corporate Group (ICG) 


Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) 

April 21-23 (Teleconference)

2019 marks the second year of Inuvialuit Summer Literacy Camps in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, organized by the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation and Frontier College. This summer, camps reached 251 children in all 6 communities of the region. Please take time to read the

see photographs from the Literacy Camps and celebrate success of these camps.

In order to respect and support Inuit self-determination, an Inuit Nunangat chapter of the Arctic and Northern Policy Framework was developed as an Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee deliverable. This chapter will guide how Arctic and Northern Policy Framework goals and objectives are implemented in Inuit Nunangat.

While Inuit are asked to take part in many surveys, most are not developed and controlled by Inuit. Past surveys have been led primarily by southern academics. The questions asked are not always relevant to us and do not focus on our priorities. Qanuippitaa? National Inuit Health Survey is a survey by Inuit and for Inuit. 

The photo has see leadership from all Inuit Regions represented. Credit ITK