• 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 aboriginal 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.
Wednesday, 20 Jul 2016
PLEASE BE ADVISED! All salmon tags have been distributed. If you would like your name to be added to our tag wait... read more
Tuesday, 12 Jul 2016
NCC is interested in purchasing some art pieces for our new head office building at 200 Kelland Drive in Happy Valley-Goose... read more
Friday, 08 Jul 2016
In partnership with MUN's Labrador Institute, NCC is hosting a fun digital storytelling workshop called "Nans and iPads."... read more
Friday, 08 Jul 2016
NCC is currently looking to fill five seats (from five of its six electoral areas) on a Human Resource Development (HRD)... read more
Thursday, 07 Jul 2016
Meetings on the Labrador Residential Schools Settlement - Class Action Law Suit are scheduled for Edmonton, St. John's,... read more
Thursday, 07 Jul 2016
NCC, in partnership wtih MUN's Labrador Institute, will be holding sessions in Cartwright on June 10 and St. Lewis on... read more
Tuesday, 05 Jul 2016
NCC, in partnership with the Labrador Institute, is still seeking applications for two short-term post-secondary student... read more
Friday, 01 Jul 2016
Here is a message from President Russell in honour and recognition of Canada Day.

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