The Office of the Registrar of Beneficiaries in Nain is responsible for beneficiary registration and for maintaining a current Enrolment Register of Beneficiaries to the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement. The Registrar’s Office also provides support and coordination services for the Membership Committees and the Inuit Appeal Board to exercise their responsibilities for enrolment of beneficiaries.
It is crucial for the Nunatsiavut Government to have an accurate, up-to-date register of Beneficiaries to the LILCA. We need this data to prepare voters lists for elections; define and deliver Inuit specific programming; and negotiate financial agreements with the federal and provincial governments.
Do Your Part!
It is important for all beneficiaries to ensure they provide the Office of Registrar with current contact information for themselves and their families. When moving, please don’t forget to let us know of your new address. You can do so by sending an e-mail or calling Sheila Angnatok, Registrar of Beneficiaries. For more information about your rights, benefits, and obligations as a Beneficiary, please contact the Office of the Registrar:
Registrar of Beneficiaries
(709) 922-2942 ext. 271
(709) 922-2942 ext. 251
To enroll as a Beneficiary of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement, please complete an enrollment form.
- Application Beneficiary Enrollment 2018
- Guide to Appeal process
- Guide to the completing Application Form
- Guide to the Enrolment Process
For more information on becoming a Beneficiary, and what it entails, please see our Beneficiary Information section.
Notice to All Nunatsiavut Government Beneficiaries
If you still hold the Labrador Inuit Association beneficiary card, we recommend that you call our office in order to have your beneficiary card updated to the Nunatsiavut Government card. Please click on the link below for more detailed information.
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.