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About the NMRPC

The Nunavik Marine Region Planning Commission mandate is to develop planning policies and priorities for the Nunavik Marine Region (NMR). The primary purpose of land use planning in the NMR is to protect and promote the existing and future well being of those persons and communities resident in or using the NMR taking into account the interests of all Canadians. Special attention is devoted to protecting and promoting the existing and future well-being of the Nunavik Inuit and Nunavik Inuit Lands.


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2014-03-24
Eeyou Marine Region Symposium

Eeyou Marine Region Symposium

The Eeyou Marine Region as part of the implementation of the Eeyou Marine Region Land Claims Agreement is hosting a symposium on the science and tradition knowledge available for the EMR. The NILCA boards will be participating in the symposium.

2014-03-11
UOM Verification Tour

UOM Verification Tour

The NMRPC is currently conducting a Verification tour as part of the completion of Part One of the Use and Occupancy Mapping Study undertaken in the last three years. Map biographies will be handed back to those who participated from the communities of Kangiqsualujjuaq, Kuujjuaq, Tasiujaq, Aupaluk, Kangirsuk., Quaqtaq, Kangiqsujuaq, and Salluit.

2014-02-01
Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting

The bi-annual Commission Meeting will be held in the first week of February in Montreal. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

2013-12-20
Office Closed

Office Closed

The office will be closed for the holidays from December 23rd to January 3rd inclusively. We apologize for the inconvenience and invite you to contact us at (819) 964-0888 or via email for any questions or comments.

2013-12-18
UOM - Verification & Handback Tour

UOM - Verification & Handback Tour

The NMRPC will be launching the Verification and Handback Tour as part of the UOM Project in March 2014. The delegation will be in the communities from March 10th to March 21st 2014. The communities to be visited will include Kuujjuaq, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Aupaluk, Tasiujaq, Quaqtaq, Kangirsuk, Kangiqsujuaq & Salluit. For any questions and comments please contact the NMRPC at (819) 964-0888 or via email at info@nmrpc.ca.

2013-08-16
Commission Meeting

Commission Meeting

The bi-annual Commission Meeting will be held in the last week of August in Kuujjuaq at the Nayumivik Landholding Boardroom. The meeting agenda will be shortly added to the events sections. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

2013-07-31
October 2013 NMRPC Use and Occupancy Study - Kuujjuaq

October 2013 NMRPC Use and Occupancy Study - Kuujjuaq

Interviewers will be completing their mapping exercise in Kuujjuaq in the last two weeks of October. The target population to be interviewed in Kuujjuaq is about 100 respondents. A sign-up sheet will be available in the community in mid-September. Please contact George Berthe to book your interview slot.

2013-07-31
October 2013 NMRPC Use and Occupancy Study - Kangiqsujuaq

October 2013 NMRPC Use and Occupancy Study - Kangiqsujuaq

Interviewers will be completing their mapping exercise in Kangiqsujuaq in the last two weeks of October. The target population to be interviewed in Kangiqsujuaq is about 70 respondents. A sign-up sheet will be available in the community in mid-September. Please contact Charlie Arngak to book your interview slot.

2013-07-30
Board Meeting

Board Meeting

The NMRPC will be holding its semi-annual board meeting in Kuujjuaq on August 27th. Members of the public are welcome to sit in.

2013-04-25
NPC Community Tour

NPC Community Tour

Starting May 2nd, the Nunavut Planning Commission will begin Community Tours on behalf of the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan in the Hudson Strait communities of Ivujivik and Salluit, with participants from Akulivik, Inukjuak, and Puvirnituq in attendance. On May 4th, the NPC will host a presentation session in Kuujjuaq with invited guests including Nunavik organizations to discuss the mandate of the NPC, the Draft Nunavut Land Use Plan and a brief overview of their work in the communities.


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