KRPF Officers’ Quick Response Saves Woman’s Life
(From left to right) Constable Mathieu Verret-Dion, Sarah Ilisituk and Constable Frederik Grenier.
In Salluit, two officers of the Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF) rescued a woman from a life threatening situation on March 26, 2019.
$115.8 million to reduce the cost of living in Nunavik
Québec City, April 10, 2019 – Minister Responsible for Indigenous Affairs Sylvie D’Amours took advantage of her visit to Nunavik to announce the renewal of the Agreement on the Financing of Measures to Reduce the Cost of Living in Nunavik between the Québec government, the Kativik Regional Government and Makivik Corporation.
Training of Nunavik Liaison Employment Officers (LEO)
From March 18 to 21, training and presentations were provided to liaison employment officers in the KRG building in Kuujjuaq.
Quebec Forest, Wildlife and Parks Minister Visits Kuujjuaq for the 15th Anniversary of Nunavik Parks
From left to right: Minister Pierre Dufour, KRG Chairperson Jennifer Munick and KRG Director General Michael Gordon.
Jennifer Munick, Chairperson of the KRG, met on February 12 and 13 with the Minister of Forest, Wildlife and Parks, Pierre Dufour, who was visiting Kuujjuaq to participate to the celebrations of the 15th anniversary of Nunavik Parks, created by the KRG in 2004 to operate and protect parks in the region.
All Communities to Receive Help to Register Firearms
In the following weeks, the Kativik Regional Police Force, jointly with the Inuit Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Support Program and the northern villages, will provide assistance for firearms registration in all the Nunavik communities.