Meeting Our People's Needs
Our seven departments provide programs and services to the Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement. These seven departments are Nunatsiavut Secretariat; Nunatsiavut Affairs; Health & Social Dev.; Education & Economic Dev.; Lands & Natural Resources; Culture, Recreation, & Tourism; and Finance & Human Resources.
Through strategically focused departments, we are able to cover a broad range of needs and dedicate the necessary time and resources to the issues that are at the fore of our government’s vision. Learn more about the seven departments of the Nunatsiavut kavamanga that provide programs and services to the Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement.
Nunatsiavut Assembly Page Program
Beneficiaries under the age of 19 will have an Opportunity to participate in a Nunatsavut Assembly Sitting. Every session of the Nunatsiavut Assembly employs two pages who assist the proceedings.
Consisting of the President, the Secretary to the Nunatsiavut Executive Council, and the Director of Communications, the Secretariat is a strategic and supportive element of our government.
Through a number of avenues, Nunatsiavut Affairs is responsible for ensuring that the lives of our people are improved by the use of services, facilities, regulations, and more.
Health & Social Development
Through a number of programs and services, we are able to provide the help and advice that so many of our people need including the young and the elderly.
Education & Economic Development
Through focusing on programs and services that encourage the pursuit of further education and the development of employable skills and experience, we are fostering the independence and great future of our people.
Lands & Natural Resources
With the interests of our people, as well as the future of our region, in mind, the Nunatsiavut Government looks to the department of Lands and Natural Resources to sustainably manage our renewable and non-renewable resources.