Members of the Inuit–Crown Partnership Committee (ICPC) met in Ottawa yesterday to advance their work on reconciliation and the creation of a more prosperous Inuit Nunangat through meaningful collaboration.
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The Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Board of Directors met November 28 in Montreal. Leaders discussed work towards the co-development of federal distinctions-based Indigenous health legislation and provided direction on how to best inform Inuit-specific input, with an emphasis on self-determination.