Who We AreNunatuKavut means "Our Ancient Land". It is the territory of the southern Inuit people of Labrador, Canada. See About NunatuKavut for more.
Our RightsThe 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 ResourcesOur 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 UsThe NunatuKavut Community Council believes in healthy, sustainable development. Our business arm - Nunacor - forms partnerships with businesses interested in working with us.
Education & TrainingThe NunatuKavut Community Council offers training opportunities and financial assistance to our members looking to further their education and training.
Tuesday, 20 Feb 2018
NCC is pleased to introduce Experience Guide Training at CNA's Happy Valley-Goose Bay campus. Upon successful completion... read more
Monday, 19 Feb 2018
NCC is seeking applications for an Environmental Assessment Coordinator in Happy Valley-Goose Bay to plan, coordinate... read more
Tuesday, 06 Feb 2018
The agenda for NCC's Resource Stewardship Workshop, which is taking place in Port Hope Simpson on February 14 & 15,... read more
Wednesday, 24 Jan 2018
NCC today reaffirmed its commitment to the conservation and preservation of the George River Caribou Herd (GRCH) through... read more
Monday, 22 Jan 2018
All are invited to NunatuKavut Community Council's first ever "Resource Stewardship" workshop being held at the Alexis... read more
Friday, 19 Jan 2018
NCC is seeking applications for a Part-time Cleaner at our Labrador West Indigenous Service Centre in Labrador City. This... read more
Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018
We are seeking applications for the 2018-2019 Bursary Program. Deadline is February 28, 2018. Criteria: Current member... read more
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