Kanatami Sivuliqtirjuangat Jastin Turuutu, Angajuqqaaq Nataan Uupit Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Ministaujut Aulattijiit, ammalu Niruaqtausimajut Inuit Sivuliqtingit Inuvialuit Kuapuriisannganik, Nunavut Tunngavik Timinganik, Makivik Kuapuriisannganit, ammalu Nunatsiavut Gavamangingnit qarisaujakkut katimaqqaungmata ullumi Inuit−Gavamatuqakkut Piliriqatigiittut Katimajingit Katimaniqaqtillugit.
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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.
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The ITK Board of Directors met virtually last week week and passed a resolution to endorse Bill C-15 An Act respecting the United Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, as well as proposed amendments to strengthen the legislation.
Inuit experience systemic discrimination within provincial and territorial healthcare systems. The negative effects of discrimination within healthcare systems are compounded by experiences of systemic discrimination within other public services administered by governments.