Neither of those institutions offer full degree programs within Nunavut
5) Le commissaire aux langues, apres avoir recu une presentation ou une demande aux termes de la partie 4, et la Cour de justice du Nunavut
, apres avoir recu une demande aux termes de la partie 4, peuvent dispenser un organisme du secteur prive d'une obligation qui serait autrement imposee par le present article et la remplacer par une exigence moins rigoureuse relativement aux communications ou aux services en langue inuit si, selon le cas :
is rich in natural economic resources, including gold, uranium, iron ore, and other minerals, along with proven natural gas and oil reserves.
Such a voice was vital in the development of Nunavut
as a territory, and McElroy utilizes a history of Inuit efforts to contextualize how life in the newest territory is interpreted by elders, who see natural landscapes and traditional lifeways as being important to future generations.
This is the case for both the Inuvialuit Final Agreement in the western Arctic and for the NLCA in the central and eastern Arctic, but for the purposes of this paper, we will focus on the particulars of the NLCA relevant to marine planning in Nunavut
The Governor General's trip to Nunavut
is also featured in this June issue of the Nunatsiaq News.
The aftermath of this partial separation of the land claim agreement and the Government of Nunavut
can be seen in Professor Henderson's analysis.
By some estimates Nunavut
has 15 percent of Canada's oil and gas reserves.
This was the settlement that rejected television until there was Inuit content on offer and--as an online Nunavut
government introduction says--`is often considered the cultural capital of the Baffin [region] and Nunavut
because of the cultural continuity that has been preserved in traditions and language.
On a frosty northern night in April 1999, Nunavut
A tour of Canada's newest territory is now just the click of a mouse away, thanks to the recent release of a CD-ROM entitled Nunavut
magazine trying to keep up-to-date with Canadian politics, but "Even Nunavut
gets plenty of dioxin" (SN: 10/7/00, p.