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 Directory or email Allison for arranging contact with our staff. In partnership with parents and the community, the Inuuqatigiit fosters strong and proud Inuit children, youth and families.

Inuuqatigiit: Celebrating 15 Yrs
AGM and Vote for Directors

We need your passion for your children by joining the Inuuqatigiit’s Board of Directors! You could be a valuable addition to our diverse group of individuals, all working for the healthy future of our Inuit children, youth and families. Due to COVID-19, this year’s AGM will be ONLINE to ensure everyone’s safety. Annual General Meeting (AGM), October 21, 2020.
5 PM TO 8 PM — Registration is required!!

Opportunities are waiting! Apply Today!

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.

ᐋᓗᓯᔾᔪᑦ Aalusijjut – Apps

Reconnect with Inuktitut thru a variety of programs (software applications) designed to run on your mobile device such as a phone, tablet, or watch. Most are free from Google Play or Apple. Beginners, intermediate levels for syllabics, vocabulary and storytelling. Check out the new App Resource page.

Ilinniarutit!TV
Nunavut Bilingual Education

An online learning resource in Inuktitut that teaches language and technological skills, this webchannel aims to educate preschool children through videos, songs, storybooks and books available for download. The website itself is bilingual, but the materials you will find at Ilinniarutit!TV are exclusively in Inuktut to support first language immersion at home.

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.

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Thinking Allyship?

With current events and rethinking our relationships with one another, explore the concept of Allyship with the help of these two documents. These two documents act as resources for non-Indigenous people seeking to become allies to Indigenous people to help in the understanding of the struggle for decolonization and nationhood and what effective allyship to Indigenous peoples means.

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.