The 2014 Arctic Winter Games: Team Nunavik-Québec is ready!
Kuujjuaq, Québec, March 14, 2014 – Nunavimmiut from communities across the region, representatives from Nunavik’s organisations, sponsors, athletes, coaches and mission staff have gathered in Kuujjuaq today to celebrate the departure of Team Nunavik-Québec (TNQ) to the 2014 Arctic Winter Games (AWG) in Fairbanks Alaska.
Information Release: Got firearms? Lock'em!
March 3, 2014 Kuujjuaq, Quebec – The Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF) is launching its very first Gun Safety Awareness Day with activities promoting safe handling and storing of firearms taking place in all 14 communities on March 3, 2014. KRPF officers, with the help of the cadets will distribute free gun locks along with promotional items while giving out prevention tips.>
Sun Transit Period Winter 2014
February 21, 2014, Kuujjuaq, (Québec) - The Kativik Regional Government (KRG) would like to remind Nunavimmiut that we are nearing the sun-transit period for the winter 2014. From February 21 to March 7, in the Eastern Time zone, short and periodic losses of service may be observed between 2:22 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on a daily basis.
The Choose Your Head Contest: A Winning Way to Be Safe!
Kuujjuaq, Québec, February 17, 2014 – The Kativik Regional Government (KRG) is proud to launch the Choose Your Head Contest which will take place from February 17 to March 14 as part of the Prevention and Awareness Campaign for Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Safety in Nunavik.
All-Organizations meeting, February 4, 5 and 6, 2014
Update – An Essential Step of the Parnasimautik Process
In September 2012, all regional organizations agreed on the need to conduct Parnasimautik consultations, based on Plan Nunavik and the other identified sectors, in order to identify the elements of a comprehensive vision of regional development according to Inuit culture, identity, language and traditional way of life so as to protect them now and enhance them for the future, and to protect the environment. In the fall of 2012, presentations were delivered to regional organizations and, over the course of 2013, three-day workshops were organized in every Nunavik community and sessions were held for Inuit living in Chisasibi and Montreal. An information session was also held in Kawawachikamach.>