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Open Letter to Premier François Legault

A step towards equal working conditions for locally recruited professionals

An unprecedented step towards equal working conditions.

A historic step towards equal working conditions for locally recruited teachers.

The School Board
of Nunavik

Join us around the qulliq to learn more about our story, students and workforce.

In 1975,

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq is created under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.

90%

Nunavik-based workforce of over 1250 employees.

Teaching

in Inuktitut, French and English from Kindergarten to Secondary 5.

Offering

training and educational programs to adults in Nunavik.

125+

sponsored students in Canadian post-secondary institutions outside Nunavik.

Curriculum

rooted in Inuit values, language and worldview.

In 1975,

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq is created under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.

90%

Nunavik-based workforce of over 1250 employees.

Teaching

in Inuktitut, French and English from Kindergarten to Secondary 5.

Offering

training and educational programs to adults in Nunavik.

125+

sponsored students in Canadian post-secondary institutions outside Nunavik.

Curriculum

rooted in Inuit values, language and worldview.

Culture
and Heritage

Inunnguiniq

develops capable human beings and contributing community members.

Values

that empower learners to take responsibility for the wellbeing of others.

Inuktitut

is part of a family of languages shared across the world’s Arctic regions.

4500+ years

of presence on Nunavik territory from Pre-Dorset to Thule and Inuk.

The Qajaq

is one of many innovative Inuit technologies crafted from available materials.

A heritage

built on keen observation, an ability to make connections and adapt.