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Nunavup Uumayuligiyigyuat Katimayingit, Nunavut Parnainirmut Katimayiingit, Nunavut Aviktulikyiit Katimayiit unalu Nunavut Imaligiyit Katimayit quviahuktut naunaipkariami Colleen Parker qangannuaq tikkuaqtauyuq havagiami Maligaqnut Atuagaliriyi ukununnga Nunavunmi Tariunganut Piyut Katimayiingit (NMC).

Taiguariamik tamaat tuhaayaghat takulugu una atatarutik: 191122-NMC News Release Re Policy Advisor-OPAI.pdf

Inuinnaqtun

News Release

The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board, the Nunavut Planning Commission, the Nunavut Impact Review Board and the Nunavut Water Board are pleased to announce that Colleen Parker has recently been selected to serve as Policy Advisor to the Nunavut Marine Council (NMC).

To read the full news release please visit the following link: 191122-NMC News Release Re-Policy Advisor-OPAE.pdf

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Tukhiraut Uqauhikhanut

Ilauplutik talvunga Taryunik Munaqhiyut Parnaiyautainut, Kavamatuqakkut Kanatami nutaanik, qauhittiarnaqtunik havauhighaliuqtut munariamik ingilrayunit ihumaaluutainik umiaqtuqpalliayunik nunallaat haniani. Ingilrayuliqiyit Kanatami tuhaqvigiyumayaahi ihumagiyaffingnik nunaptingni havakvighainik ikkuaqtuutighait qanuq taapkua Ihuaqtukkut Umiaqnik Munaqhiyut atuqtitaulaariaghait Kanatami tamaat.

Inuinnaqtun

Request for Comments

As part of the Oceans Protection Plan, the Government of Canada is developing a new, more collaborative approach to managing marine traffic issues in local waterways. Transport Canada is reaching out for thoughts on a national framework that provides guidance and direction for how Proactive Vessel Management could be delivered across Canada.

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Tuhaayaghat

Niqiliqivik 1-mi, 2019-mi, Kanata avatquhimayaat 10%-nguyuq taryumiutanik hapummihiniqmut iniqtaghait aullaqtihimaplugu taamna Tuvaiyuittuq Taryumiutat Hapummiviat (MPA) ataagut taamna nutaaq ministauyut ataniqtuqtuiyiit Taryunut Maligaq. Taamna Tuvaiyuittuq Taryumiutat Hapummiviat munarivagaat 5.55%-nik Kanatam taryuutaanik, naallugit hapummiyauyut Kanatami taryuutit hinaatalu haniani 14%-nguliqtuq.

Inuinnaqtun

News Release

On August 1, 2019, Canada surpassed its 10% marine conservation target with the establishment of the Tuvaijuittuq Marine Protected Area (MPA) under the new ministerial authority of the Oceans Act. The Tuvaijuittuq MPA protects 5.55% of Canada’s marine territory, bringing the total of protected Canadian oceans and coasts to nearly 14%.

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Titiqqat Piyauhimayut

Taamna Tallurutiup Imanga Kanatami Taryumiutat Hapummiviat Parnaiyit Katimayiralaangit (kivgaqtuqtauyut taapkuninnga Qikiqtani Inuit Katimayiit, Kavamatkut Nunavunmi, Pulaaqtaqviillu Kanatami) nutaanik naunaiqhitihimayut qanurininganianut iniqtauyughat taapkua Atuqtaukaffuktuq Munaqhiniqmut Parnaiyautit taapkununnga Tallurutiup Imanga Kanatami Taryumiutat Hapummiviat (TINMCA). Ilauyut titiqqat takuinnarialgit talvani “Documents” (Titiqqat) talvanilu “Other Resources” (Ahiit Pivighat) naqittautaanit.

Inuinnaqtun

Correspondence Received

The Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area Planning Committee (represented by the Qikiqtani Inuit Association, the Government of Nunavut, and Parks Canada) provided an update on the status of the draft Interim Management Plan for the proposed Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area (TINMCA). The associated correspondence is available in the “Documents’ and ‘Other Resources’ tabs.

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Nutaat Tuhaayaghat

Talvuuna Ihuaqhivaalliqhimayut Taryumi Huliyuqarniqqat Qauhimattiarniq havaaghaigut, Ingilrayuliqiyit Kanatami ikayuqtigiiklutik taapkualu Nunaqaqqaaqhimayut nunallaangit Kanatam hinaani tamaat havaaghanut hivulliqnik qauyihaitjutighat qaritauyakkuurutinit-atuqtauyughat ayuqnaittuniklu havauhighanik ihuaqhautighat hailihimaniinut naunaitkutat tutquumayullu taryuliqiyit havaanginnit, ingilrayuniklu umiaqnik, ikayurahuaqlugit nunallaaqmiut ihumaliugait taryumi amirnainniq mighaagut avatiniklu munaqhiniqmik.

Inuinnaqtun

Update Received

Through the Enhanced Maritime Situational Awareness initiative, Transport Canada is partnering with Indigenous communities across Canada’s coasts for a pilot project to test a web-based and user-friendly system that will enhance the availability of information and data on maritime activity, including vessel traffic, and support local decision-making related to marine safety and environmental protection. On May 6, 2019, the system became available for the pilot project partners across Canada. See the ‘Documents’ tab for the associated diagram outlining this initiative.

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