Election Results: Education Committees

2018 | 09 | 26
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Kuujjuaq (September 26, 2018) – Kativik Ilisarniliriniq is pleased to announce the results of the Education Committee elections held earlier today. The representatives elected by each Nunavik community will serve two-year terms on their local Education Committee.

The Education Committees’ role is to provide school administrators and the school board with recommendations and advice regarding education and the hiring of school employees.

The newly elected Education Committee members will hold their first meetings in the next few weeks. At this first meeting, they will elect a committee president and vice-president.

 

Election results:

 

ᐊᑯᓕᕕᒃ | Akulivik

  1. Eliyassie Alasuak
  2. Simon Aliqu
  3. Elisapi Nappatuk
  4. Jeannie Qingalik
  5. Markusie Qumak
  6. Meeko Qaqutuq

 

ᐊᐅᐸᓗᒃ | Aupaluk

  1. Siasie Annahatak
  2. Rita Akpahatak
  3. Lolly Angutinguak
  4. Lazarus Grey
  5. Louisa Grey Etok

 

ᐃᓄᑦᔪᐊᖅ | Inukjuak

  1. Sarah Lisa Kasudluak
  2. Annie Kokiapik
  3. Mina Weetaluktuk
  4. Siasi Smiler Irqumiak
  5. Kimberly Moorhouse
  6. Mary Nastapoka
  7. Bobby Patsauq
  8. Lindsey Mina

 

ᐃᕗᔨᕕᒃ | Ivujivik

  1. Pialli Qavavauk
  2. Lydia Iyaituk
  3. Sarah Paningajak
  4. Annie Ainalik
  5. Clyde Walker

 

ᑲᖏᕐᓱᐊᓗᒃᔪᐊᖅ | Kangiqsualujjuaq

  1. Susie Emudluk
  2. Jessie Angnatuk
  3. Maggie Emudluk
  4. Lucas Angma Etok
  5. Nancy Kooktook
  6. Penina Mae Etok
  7. Maggie Lucy Annanack

 

ᑲᖏᕐᓱᔪᐊᖅ | Kangiqsujuaq

  1. X
  2. X
  3. X
  4. X
  5. X
  6. X

 

ᑲᖏᕐᓱᖅ | Kangirsuk

  1. Zebedee Annahatak
  2. Leena Nungak
  3. Velisie Nungak
  4. Lolly Annahatak Bentley
  5. Elena Airo
  6. Lucy Grey

 

ᑰᑦᔪᐊᖅ | Kuujjuaq

  1. Sylvia Labranche
  2. Louisa Whiteley
  3. Melinda Hickey
  4. Eric Pearson
  5. Maggie Peters
  6. Alena Stevenson
  7. Kitty Gordon
  8. Isabelle Dubois

 

ᑰᑦᔪᐊᕌᐱᒃ | Kuujjuaraapik

  1. Charlie-John Calvin
  2. Judy Tookalook
  3. Rebecca Cookie
  4. Cookie
  5. Lizzie-Ann Esperon
  6. Serena Weetaltuk
  7. Jeannie Fleming

 

ᐳᕕᕐᓂᑐᖅ | Puvirnituq

  1. Kulu tukalak
  2. Caroline Tulugak Napartuk
  3. Dolly Mesher
  4. Louisa Kuananack
  5. Lizzie T. Kenuajuak
  6. Louisa Louie Ittukallak
  7. Carole Beaulne
  8. Quara Amamatuak

 

ᖁᐊᕐᑕᖅ | Quaqtaq

  1. Maggie Tukkiapik
  2. Martha Nakoolak
  3. Eva Deer
  4. Jusipi Kulula
  5. Matthew Ningiuruvik

 

ᓴᓪᓗᐃᑦ | Salluit

  1. X
  2. X
  3. X
  4. X
  5. X
  6. X
  7. X

 

ᑕᓯᐅᔭᖅ | Tasiujaq

  1. Sheila Angnatuk
  2. Matthew Berthe
  3. Nora Kokkinerk
  4. Norman Kritik
  5. Nathalie Kulula

 

ᐅᒥᐅᔭᖅ | Umiujaq

  1. Malaya Sappa Jnr.
  2. Samson Tookalook
  3. Jessie Aragutak
  4. Anisie Niviaxie
  5. Lucy Inukpuk Crow

 

About us

Kativik Ilisarniliriniq was created in 1975, under the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA). Since 1978, it has been the exclusive provider of educational services to all Nunavik residents. Under the JBNQA, the school board also acts as an institution with unique powers and jurisdiction geared towards the protection and development of the Inuit language, culture, and way of life through the delivery of tailored educational services and programs. The educational programs developed by the school board are offered in all schools throughout Nunavik’s 14 communities, in Inuktitut as a first language and in French and English as second languages. The school board operates 17 primary and secondary schools, as well as five adult education centres and a pre-college facility. More information can be found on the school board’s website: www.kativik.qc.ca.

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For more information, please contact:

Kaudjak Padlayat
Public Relations Officer
514-482-8220 ext. 384 | publicrelations@kativik.qc.ca