• Who We Are
    NunatuKavut means "Our Ancient Land". It is the territory of the southern Inuit people of Labrador, Canada. See About NunatuKavut for more.
  • Our Rights
    The people of NunatuKavut have had to fight to have our ancestral rights recognized. Having our land claim accepted by government is part of this fight.
  • Our Resources
    Our land is rich in natural resources and we work hard to protect that land while sustaining ourselves as a people. Our department of Natural Resources helps to accomplish these goals.
  • Doing Business with Us
    The NunatuKavut Community Council believes in healthy, sustainable development. Our business arm - Nunacor - forms partnerships with businesses interested in working with us.
  • Education & Training
    The NunatuKavut Community Council offers training opportunities and financial assistance to our members looking to further their education and training.
Friday, 22 Sep 2017
NCC issued a statement today about an application we filed in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in Happy... read more
Friday, 22 Sep 2017
Our next Annual General Assembly (AGA) is set to take place in Happy Valley-Goose Bay on October 20 and 21 at the Hotel... read more
Tuesday, 19 Sep 2017
Please note that the NCC office in Port Hope Simpson will be closed from Wednesday, September 20 to Monday, September... read more
Friday, 15 Sep 2017
Please note that NCC's Human Resource Development department has been renamed the Employment and Skills Development... read more
Thursday, 07 Sep 2017
NCC is now accepting nominations for the Nakummesuak Award, which is given annually to individuals who have demonstrated... read more
Wednesday, 06 Sep 2017
NCC is seeking applications for a Research Assistant position at its head office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to assist... read more
Tuesday, 05 Sep 2017
NCC is seeking applications for a Community Coordinator position in Norman Bay to assist in the coordination of logistics... read more
Tuesday, 05 Sep 2017
We are looking for FIVE NunatuKavut youth between the ages of 12 and 17 in Upper Lake Melville to attend a Youth Hunter... read more

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