2015 translated reports posted

Translated reports from the 2015 Kivalliq and Kitikmeot SEMC meetings are now posted.

2016 Qikiqtaaluk SEMC meeting

The first regional SEMC meeting of 2016 was held in Iqaluit on July 20-21. Thank you to all participants who were able to attend. The meeting’s summary report will be posted to the Qikiqtaaluk page in the coming months.

Updated Data Map

Check out the SEMC Data Map for a unique look at Nunavut’s most recently available socio-economic data!

Kitikmeot SEMC 2015 annual meeting

The Kitikmeot SEMC met on November 3-4 in Cambridge Bay to collectively monitor the regional benefits and impacts of resource development projects. The Committee was updated on the Doris North and Back River projects, and heard from a new company in the region, Kaizen Discovery Inc., about their recent summer exploration program. Thank you to everyone who attended and to Cambridge Bay for hosting a great week!

2015 Kivalliq SEMC meeting

A big thank you to the hamlet of Rankin Inlet for hosting the 2015 Kivalliq SEMC annual meeting, and to Agnico Eagle for the site tour of Meliadine! The Committee spent two days (October 27-28) discussing regional benefits and impacts of resource development, and conducted a comprehensive review of the latest draft Meadowbank Socio-Economic Monitoring Program report that is expected to be submitted by Agnico Eagle in the coming months. Meeting materials including presentations and the meeting report will be posted on the Kivalliq page shortly.

2015 Spring Qikiqtaaluk SEMC

The first SEMC meeting of 2015 was held in Pond Inlet on April 21-22. Committee members spent two days discussing the state of health in the Qikiqtaaluk region and were lucky enough to see the Nunavut Quest dog teams take off for Arctic Bay! The meeting report will be posted on the Qikiqtaaluk page in the coming months. Thanks again to the hamlet of Pond Inlet for hosting a great week.

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Access past SEMC reports from all 3 regions and be sure to visit the interactive Data Map to learn more of the socio-economics in Nunavut.