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The core criteria by which all corporate activities are measured, necessitating commitment of teamwork, dedication and coordination of both planning and action.
IRC Summer camps are held in all ISR Communities in July, Monday to Friday and 1-5pm.
Inuvialuit, the Inuit of Canada's western Arctic, entered into a land claim agreement with the Government of Canada on June 5, 1984 with the signing of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA).
“Inuvialuit of all ages and from all walks of life share a deep connection to the land and waters within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR)” – Chair and CEO Duane Ningaqsiq Smith. Climate…
The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Board of Directors have appointed Robert McLeod as the Chair of the Inuvialuit Development Corporation. This position took effect on April 29, 2022. Robert has…
Applications open today for Spring On the Land support going to beneficiary households within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region who will be spending extended periods of time at their camps this…
On June 5, 1984, following ten years of negotiations, the Governments of Canada, the Northwest Territories, Yukon and the Inuvialuit, as represented by the Committee for Original Peoples Entitlement, signed the Western Arctic Claim – the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA) in Tuktoyaktuk.
The IFA was a ground-breaking achievement that still affects the lives of all Inuvialuit and everyone who lives and works in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR). In the 37 plus years since the signing of this land claim, a new generation has come into being. Many in this generation do not have first-hand knowledge of the historical background to the IFA, how the IFA applies to the rights and responsibilities of Inuvialuit beneficiaries, and how the IFA affects governance. Without this knowledge, Inuvialuit and all Canadians cannot employ the IFA to meet its intended goals nor adapt it to meet future needs. Learn more about the Inuvialuit Final Agreement at ifa101.ca
The Message from the Chair is updated quarterly along with the Inuvialuit Corporate Group, ICG Update that is send to all beneficiaries. Please update your household address with IRC Enrolment.
IDC Properties' core holdings are located within the communities of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. Established in 1994, the IDC Properties team brings a high standard of professionalism and experience to the property management sector in the North.
IPC's portfolio of marketable securities, resulting from disposal of other producing assets, is earmarked for participation in northern oil and gas opportunities. IESP is the Inuvialuit Energy Security Project.
Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) has established a policy that outlines the eligibility criteria to be listed as an Inuvialuit business on the Inuvialuit Business List (IBL). The criteria includes requirements relating to Inuvialuit ownership, physical presence and operational capacity.
Enrolment is the process to be recognized as a beneficiary of the Inuvialuit Trust established under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA).
The Inuvialuit Corporate Group (ICG) Update can be found here electronically as a pdf to view and to download and mailed to beneficiary households.
Effective in 2022, and after community consultations, the IRC Board was unanimous in passing updates to the IHAP policies.
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