land claim

  • 30m 23s


    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC 2

    Program name: Takujuminaqtut / Takuyuminaqtut
    Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Noah Tiktaq
    Segment 1: Board members from Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and the Kivalliq Inuit Association attend a course on land use.
    Segment 2: Students involved with the Maani Ulujuk School science fair do a “show and tell” for the public.… Leer más

    uploaded date: 26-02-2016

  • 28m 55s

    BL-321 L Pilakasik on Tungavik

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC

    Louis Pilakapsi on Tunngavik

    Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Peter Tapatai
    Location: Baker Lake

    Segment 1: Peter Tapatai interviews Louis Pilakapsi, Chair of the Tunngavik Federation of Nunavut about the land claim.

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    uploaded date: 06-05-2015

  • IMPORTANT- Inuit land claim gets first royalty payment for $2.2 Million

    uploaded by: samcc

    canal: My Father's Land

    DID News Alert May 1, 2012. Inuit land claim gets first $2.2 million royalty payment
    On Tuesday May 1st 2012, the Inuit land claims organization Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI), received their first royalty payment of $2.2 million dollars. The royalty payment was made by the mining company Agnico-Eagle, which runs the Meadowbank gold mine near Baker Lake, Nunavut. NTI received the money for allowing the mine, which opened in 2010-2011, to be built on Inuit-owned land. As to what will be done with the money, NTI president Cathy Towtongie says they will put the money in a trust fund until it reaches $100 million dollars before it is distributed.

    This is frustrating for many Inuit, who believe this money should be distributed to the communities immediately, instead of waiting potentially 20 years to be financially rewarded for the selling of their land. Mrs. Towtongie claims, “if there is mining to be done on Inuit-owned lands, we benefit.” But where is the benefit coming from if the royalties are to sit indefinitely in a bank account? And who is the “we” that is benefiting? NTI claims they are representing the wellbeing of future Inuit generations, but the future is now. If NTI truly cares about investing in the future of Nunavut communities as they claim, more intelligent and practical decisions must be made regarding the distribution and re-investment of this wealth. It is obvious these communities desperately need it.

    What do you think about this? Where should the money be invested? Is NTI’s decision to wait until the fund reaches $100 million a good idea? Or will it be too late by then to make a difference? Please leave your comments below.

    For the original online article, follow this link:
    Or download the PDF file of the article (look to your left under ‘attached files’).

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    uploaded date: 01-05-2012

  • 4m 52s

    CN: Drop the Racist Lawsuit

    uploaded by: Sarita Ahooja

    canal: Get Involved

    Tyendinaga is a Mohawk community located on the shore of the Bay of Quinte between Toronto and Montreal, in eastern Ontario. The Mohawk Nation is one of the five original nations of the Iroquois Confederacy.

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    uploaded date: 13-01-2009