Documents and Resources

This section will be updated as documents are released by Inuvialuit Corporate Group.  

 

IRC Board Summary - March 2017

The IRC Board Summary is mailed to beneficiaries following every IRC Board meeting.  We encourage all beneficiaries, particularly those living outside the ISR, to pass on any news that they may have…

IRC Strategic Plan 2016 to 2019

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation's Strategic Plan 2016 to 2019 lists six overall goals that will help achieve the vision set by the Inuvialuit Final Agreement. 

Parents Handbook - Child Care

IRC provides a Parents Handbook with information on your local early childhood development programs. Aboriginal Head Start Programs and Child Development Centres operate 10 months of the year.…

Child Care Application

Registration and applications will begin every year on May 1. Parents must register their child every year to be eligible for acceptance into the fall program of that year. Please submit all…

Question and Answers on Enrolment

Do you have questions concerning enrolment? You'll be able to find many of your answers, including enrolment criteria and steps to the process, by reviewing this document. 

Inuvialuit Trust Application Package for Enrolment

Enrolment is the process to be recognized as a beneficiary of the Inuvialuit Trust established under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA). You must apply to become a beneficiary. Your application…

Inuvialuit Final Agreement

It was the first comprehensive land claim agreement signed north of the 60th parallel and only the second in Canada at that time.  In the IFA, Inuvialuit agreed to give up their exclusive use of…

Child of a Beneficiary Notification Form

When you complete and submit the forms attached below and provide a birth registration, a file will be opened for your child. This will allow IRC to confirm if your child will qualify for programs or…

National Strategy on Inuit Education

An educational blueprint for our children's future. Helping to create leaders confident in the Inuit language, culture and capable of contributing to the emerging opportunities in Canada’s Arctic.