Nunatsiavut Affairs oversees implementation of the LILCA through:
- Negotiations as required with other parties to resolve outstanding issues
- Participation on the LILCA Implementation Committee
- Monitoring and oversight of implementation activities including the establishment and operation of boards and committees required under the Agreement such as the Torngat Wildlife and Fisheries Co-management Boards and Regional Planning Authority.
For more information about implementation issues, please contact the Implementation Analyst:
- Torngat Secretariat (Torngat Wildlife and Fisheries Co-management Boards)
Nunatsiavut Affairs is responsible for ensuring the improvement of our people’s lives using services, facilities, regulations, and more.
Implementation of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement
In order to realize our goals for Labrador Inuit, it is imperative that all parties to the LILCA (federal, provincial and Nunatsiavut governments) fulfill their respective obligations under the Agreement.
Legal Services, Community Relations, Housing and Community Justice
In partnership with a number of other members of the community, as well as the government, this division oversees a number of key activities and concerns in regard to the future of our communities and our people.
Along with its other duties, Nunatsiavut Affairs is also responsible for the facilities owned and operated by the Nunatsiavut Government.
Registrar of Beneficiaries
Registering as a Beneficiary of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement is not only of great benefit to you, it is also beneficial to the work we do as representatives of the people of our region.