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Canadian Inuit Prospering Through
Unity and Self-Determination
Our communities face significant social and economic challenges around issues such as education, health, poverty and housing.
ITK is taking action to address these complex challenges through research, political advocacy, and public outreach and education.
We have made great strides but we need your help to achieve our vision of a Canada in which Inuit are prospering through unity and self-determination. Canada prospers when its most vulnerable citizens prosper. By donating today, you will play a role in advancing the critical work of building a more equitable and prosperous Canada.Donate Now
President | ITK
Canada’s National Inuit Leader
Vice-President | ITK
President and Vice-Chair | Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada)
Chair and CEO | Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
President | Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated
Charlie Watt Sr.
President | Makivik Corporation
President | Nunatsiavut Government
President | Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada
President | National Inuit Youth Council
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ITK has supported the commitment by the Government of Canada to co-develop legislation with Inuit, First Nations and Metis to implement the UN Declaration, and worked with the federal government to positively influence its development.
The Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami Annual General Meeting took place by videoconference this week, with participants from all regions of Inuit Nunangat. The videoconference tested the bandwidth limitations of many representatives, spread across multiple time zones from Inuvik and Ulukhaktok in the west to Nain and Postville in the east.