KRG receives $3.5M from Quebec to deal with climate change

Provincial government commits $10M overall to Indigenous groups; no word yet on how funding for Nunavik will be spent

Kativik Regional Government will receive $3.5 million from the Quebec government to spend on projects in Nunavik to help deal with the impacts of climate change. (Photo by Cedric Gallant)

By Cedric Gallant - Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

The Quebec government is providing $10 million to Inuit and First Nations groups to help them put in place community-based projects to deal with the impact of climate change.

The funding includes $3.5 million for Kativik Regional Government to use through 2026 to develop projects in Nunavik, the provincial government announced Thursday.

“The impact of climate change disrupts every aspect of Nunavik Inuit life” from infrastructure to hunting and fishing and people’s access to food, KRG chairperson Hilda Snowball said in a news release.

She said “Nunavimmiut must be enabled to take part in developing and implementing” solutions to the problems caused by climate change.

Nunatsiaq News asked both KRG and Quebec’s environment ministry for a list of projects that would benefit from the funding, however neither responded by late Friday.


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(7) Comments:

  1. Posted by Up here on

    If they stopped spraying all that crap in the sky maybe we would have less of a problem

  2. Posted by Daaniallie Niviaxie on

    Air conditioning for all houses

  3. Posted by S on

    Among the many strategies that undermine and corrupt the potential for a healthy society, climaticism is nearly the worst of them

  4. Posted by 867 on

    This seems like the perfect opportunity to hand out gas vouchers.

    • Posted by JOHNNY on

      I agree , more free money !!

    • Posted by Mr.Miyagi on

      Gas vouchers? Did we get gas vouchers im not aware about? I know nunavut did. Nunavik didnt, as far as im aware.

  5. Posted by LDM on

    they should make recycling facilities in every community instead of burning all the garbage…. isn’t it illegal to burnt trash in Canada ?
    im pretty sure nunavimiut are tired of breathing that toixc smoke/air too.

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