ᑐᙵᓱᒋᑦᓯ tunngasugitsi!

Welcome to the Inuuqatigiit Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families. In these unprecedented pandemic times, we ask that you contact us through our Staff Directory or email us (link below) before heading to our offices. In partnership with parents and the community, Inuuqatigiit fosters strong and proud Inuit children, youth and families.

Educational Assistant, Peer Outreach, Program Assistant, & Systems Navigator

Inuuqatigiit is searching for FOUR positions to be filled. The range of skills and level of administrative work may be exactly what you have been waiting for. Join our team! Follow the link to review the Job Descriptions on our Job Post page. Deadline for applications is Friday Nov 27, 2020.

Inuuqatigiit Annual Report 2019-2020

It’s been a pleasure to have so many attend our AGM 2019-2020. The Annual Report is now available for your reading. We hope you enjoy the read and learn about the many programs that strive to strengthen and work in partnership with the Inuit community. More detailed financials may be obtained by connecting with our Executive Assistant, Allison, or our Executive Director, Mikki.

Inuit Educators, Project Coordinator & Educational Hub Coordinator!

Looking for Inuit leadership in many positions. This is a great opportunity to take Inuuqatigiit into the future while supporting the vision and mandate of the agency. See other agency posting listings as well. Start your journey by checking this site’s Job Posts. Apply today!

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Adventure Website

Welcome to the Canadian Heritage’s Nanisiniq Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, or the IQ Adventure! Explore the site to learn from Inuit of Nunavut who have lived on and cared for our land for 1000s of years. The Inuktitut/English Interactive Site includes a wealth of resources: from virtual reality images to the dwelling of the ancient Thule people on Malik Island.

Inuit Childrearing Know-How

The traditional knowledge of our ancestors continues to provide support for all ages and stages of becoming a human being. Inuit elders believe that the values and beliefs that were passed down from their parents and grandparents are beneficial for today’s Inuit parents. Find out what the parents’ and children’s roles, responsibilities, and age-appropriate expectations are for you.

Learn Inuit Culture Online!

Our Inuit Cultural Online Resource, also known as ICOR, is undergoing some site development. It provides a central resource location for learning about Canadian Inuit culture and traditions. Its purpose is to offer a way of learning about what it means to be Inuit, including some basic vocabulary. Videos are available through this website.

Inuit History Extract from National Inquiry’s Final Report

Twenty pages extracted from the comprehensive National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls that highlights the Inuit trauma resulting from colonial governments’ policies. This excerpt bears witness to the negative experiences of many Inuit.