Kativik Regional Government

For a Safe and Fun Halloween: Safety Tips for Trick or Treat

Once again this year, Halloween can be a time of both excitement and potential danger. The Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF) encourages parents, guardians and children to read these simple Safety Tips to help keeping everyone safe.

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Prevention tool for alcohol abuse

Saturviit Inuit Women’s Association of Nunavik is pleased to announce the release of its video on alcohol abuse, including testimonies from victims.

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Press Release: KRG and KRPF Participate to Specific Consultation on Cannabis in Quebec City

Kuujjuaq, Québec, October 6, 2017 ─ On September 29th, in Quebec City, the Kativik Regional Government (KRG) and the Kativik Regional Police Force (KRPF) took part in a specific consultation on the regulation of cannabis for Inuit and First Nations held by the Quebec government. Three main themes were discussed during the session:
•    Prevention, awareness and health effects;
•    Marketing, sales model, and use sites;
•    Safety.

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Press Release: More than $3 Million over Five Years to Support Development in Nunavik

Kuujjuaq, October 6, 2017 – Under the new Fonds d’appui au rayonnement des régions (support fund for regional vibrancy, FARR), close to $300,000 will be available this year to support development projects in Nunavik. This resource envelope will gradually grow to close to $1 million annually by 2021–2022. In total, close to $3 million over five years will be invested in regional development through the FARR.

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Nunivaat Update, third quarter of 2017

Based on a long history of cooperation between the Kativik Regional Government (KRG) and Université Laval, Nunivaat was established in 2005 as a permanent, public and independent statistics program on the socioeconomic situation of Nunavik. Nunivaat is directed by Université Laval and funded by the KRG.




COST OF LIVING PHASE II – The work on the COL database continues, and a first set of analyses will be sent to the negotiation table in the upcoming weeks. 

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