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Find Out When IRC's Education Manager is Visiting Your Community

Over the next few weeks, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation's Education Manager will be visiting multiple communities.

A participant installs the new PV system installed during ICEDO's Solar Energy Workshop

In collaboration with Arctic Energy Alliance and Polar Knowledge Canada's Science and Technology Program, Inuvialuit Community Economic Development Organization (ICEDO) facilitated a four-day Solar

The Nutrition North Canada Advisory Board Needs You

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) is seeking individuals willing to be considered as a Board Member for the Nutrition North Canada Advisory Board.

Self-Government Sessions Planned for Sachs Harbour and Paulatuk

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation's Self-Government team will be making stops in Sachs Harbour and

Participate in the Inuvialuktun Radio Contest (March 28 to April 3)

Did you know that March is Aboriginal Languages Month?

The IRC Board Summary is mailed to beneficiaries following every IRC Board meeting.

The most recent IRC Board Summary newsletter is now available to be read online.

Pingos in Tuktoyaktuk.

Inuvialuit Land Administration has organized a community tour to explain opportunities related to Inuvialuit Settlement Region mineral development and to understand community attitudes towards mine

RSEA/CBMP Community Tour - Dates Announced

Are you interested in learning more about the Regional Strategic Environmental Assessment (RSEA)?

A student-athlete stretches high during competition.

With the overall goal of instilling greater pride in heritage, the 2017 Northern and Dene Games Summit brought together over 235 students and chaperones from across the Beaufort Delta region for fo

Youth and elders worked together at the Inuvialuit Youth Symposium

Youth from across the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) came together last week in Inuvik for the Inuvialuit Youth Symposium to learn about the blending of traditional knowledge and contemporary i