President Chartier Attends the Opening of the Amaujaq National Centre for Inuit Education

l-r: President Clément Chartier, Former ITK President Mary Simon, President Terry Audla (ITK)

The Amaujaq Centre will coordinate the implementation of the recommendations of First Canadians, Canadians First: The National Strategy on Inuit Education, launched in June 2011.

“I applaud past Presidents Jose Kusugak and Mary Simon for their dedicated work towards achieving this major accomplishment, along with ITK’s National Committee on Inuit Education, and congratulate current President Terry Audla for his support and commitment to build upon this foundation for an enhanced education for his people” stated President Chartier.

Publication: First Canadians, Canadians First: The National Strategy on Inuit Education

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