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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.


Women in Action - Steps of Hope

Six women in Action have taken Steps of Hope... All shared a vision of health and wellness by completing the walk from Umingmaktuuq to Cambridge Bay, approximately 155 miles across the Coronation Gulf on May 6 -19th 2012

By walking they reminded themselves that healthy bodies and minds are built a step at a time; hope is built a step at a time and that a cure for cancer can be achieved by the combined steps of many.

The proceeds from the walk, approximately $82,000, have been donated to the Alberta Cancer Foundation to support the Edmonton Cross Cancer Institute and breast cancer research. With APPRECIATION, "Women in Action-Steps of Hope" would like to thank Kitikmeot Corporation and their joint venture companies for supporting this very important initiative and for their generous donations.


PDAC Trade Show

David Omilgoitok, President & CEO of Kitikmeot Corporation, and David General, Director of Project Development at the PDAC Trade Show (March, 2012).


Kitikmeot Corporation consulting with the Nondalton Group in Nondalton, Alaska (January, 2011)

Participants at the Nunasi:Kitikmeot Corperation Synergy Forum held in Yellowknife on October 28th, 2010.


Graduates of the Horizon North/Northern Trailer Lodging Manufacturing course (Kamloops, Aug 30th-Sept 17th)
Left to right are Wesley Totalik, Rita Kamingoak, Jimmy Aaluk, and Helen Mannilaq. Horizon North Logistics is our partner in Kitikmeot Caterers Ltd.

Kitikmeot Corporation Board and staff on a site tour of Newmont's Hope Bay site (August, 2010)
Photo at Left - James Algona, Kristine Lyall and Wilf Wilcox (Chair) Photo at Right - Makabe Nartok, Charlie Lyall (Former President & CEO of Kitikmeot Corporation) ), James Algona, Charlie Evalik and Clare Basler


"Larga Kitikmeot, the new medical boarding home in Yellowknife, located at the corner of Franklin Avenue and Matonabe Street. A joint venture of Nunasi and Kitikmeot Corporation.

Larga Kitikmeot hosts a warm and friendly atmosphere, and a pleasant place to stay, for those on medical-related travel from our Region. It's truly a home away from home!

 

 

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