Hope Bay Agreement Signed
Kitikmeot Inuit Association and TMAC Resources
sign a comprehensive Definitive Agreement for development of the Hope Bay Greenstone Belt (Cambridge Bay, Nunavut; March 30th, 2015). Left to Right: Charlie Evalik, President of Kitikmeot Inuit Association (to March 31st, 2015) and Gord Morrison, TMAC's President & Chief Technology Officer.
Kitikmeot Corporation Awards its First Ever Dividend Cheque to the Kitikmeot Inuit Association
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Left to Right: Attima Hadlari (KIA VP of Wildlife & Environment), Bob Aknavigak (KIA VP of Economic Development), Charlie Evalik (KIA President), David Omilgoitok (KC's President & CEO), and Paul Emingak (Executive Director, KIA). Not Present for the Photo: David Nivingalok (KIA VP of Social & Cultural Development)
Happy Retirement Charlie Evalik
Charlie Evalik is retiring as president of the KIA commencing on December 31st, 2014. Highlights from the years that Charlie Evalik has spent as President of can be seen above.
Paramedics Give Students Incentive
Read how how Medic North Nunavut, our joint venture with Advanced Medical Solutions, teamed up with First Air and Los Angeles Kings hockey player Mike Richards to encourage good attendance and improved grades. See More
Recognition at the Nunavut Business Achievement Awards
On October 8th, at the Nunavut Business Achievement Awards, Greg Cayen was honored with Business Person of the Year, a very well deserved recognition for all he has done for NCC Investment Group, Nunasi Corporation, the Nunavut Business Credit Corporation, for the community, and for Nunavut as a whole. In addition to this NCC Development Limited was recognised as overall business of the year.
Mary Hanson-Akavak also received a Sponsorship Award and was recognized for her 16 years of service
Pictured left to right are Greg Cayen, Mary Hanson-Akavak, Gordon Campbell, Clarence Synard, Lisa MacDonald and Naomi Grandahl.
Canadian North presents to the Kitikmeot Inuit Association
Canadian North presenting to the Kitikmeot Inuit Association Board of Directors meeting on September 23rd, 2014
KIA Building Completed
The headquarters for the Kitikmeot Inuit Association, Kitikmeot Corporation, and Nunavut Tunngavik (NTI) Lands was completed towards the end of last year, and many of the 'finishing touches' are now also complete. Here's a beautiful shot of a very impressive building, both inside and out! Designed and constructed to exemplify the leadership position of our Inuit organizations, it certainly meets and surpasses this objective.
PDAC Trade Show
David Omilgoitok, President & CEO of Kitikmeot Corporation, and David General, Director of Project Development at the PDAC Trade Show (March, 2012).