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Kativik Regional Government

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Canadian Aboriginal Government
Location:Quebec, Canada
URL: http://www.krg.ca/en/index.htm
Summary Information:
'The Kativik Regional Government (KRG), established by the Kativik Act in August 1978, oversees the delivery of a wide variety of essential services and programs in Nunavik for all residents of the territory. The KRG has jurisdiction north of the 55th parallel in Quebec, with the exception of certain areas specified in the 1975 James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and in the Kativik Act. There are approximately 11,000 residents in Nunavik. The municipalities that the KRG represents are Akulivik, Aupaluk, Inukjuak, Ivujivik, Kangiqsujuaq, Kangirsuk, Kuujjuaq, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Kuujjuaraapik, Umiujaq, Puvirnituq, Quaqtaq, Salluit and Tasiujaq.'

Related Entries

Agreement
  • James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement and Complementary Agreements
  • Political Accord to Establish a Nunavik Commission for Self-Government 1999
  • Partnership Agreement on Economic and Community Development in Nunavik 2002 - Signatory
  • Negotiation Framework Agreement on the Amalgamation of Certain Institutions and the Creation of a New Form of Government in Nunavik 2003
  • Organisation
  • Nunavik Party - Member
  • Legislation
  • Kativik Act 1978 c.87

  • References

    Resource
    Secretariat aux Autochtones du Quebec (1999) Political Accord between the Nunavik Party, The Government of Quebec and the Federal Government for the Examination of a Form of Government in Nunavik through the Establishment of a Nunavik Commission
    Secretariat aux Affaires Autochtones du Quebec Summary of the Political Accord to Establish a Nunavik Commision for Self-Government
    Secrétariat aux Affaires Autochtones du Québec (2002) Partnership Agreement on Economic and Community Development in Nunavik
    Secrétariat aux Affaires Autochtones du Québec (2003) Negotiation Framework Agreement on the Amalgamation of Certain Institutions and the Creation of a New Form of Government in Nunavik

    Glossary

    Canadian Aboriginal Government

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