Inuvialuit People

Category: People
Sub Category:Inuit of Canada
State/Country:Northwest Territories, Canada
Summary Information:
The Inuit living in the western Canadian Arctic call themselves 'Inuvialuit' or 'real human beings.' Their homeland stretches from the Alaskan border east to Amundsen Gulf and the western edge of the Canadian Arctic Islands. The land incorporates rolling tundra and high, rocky mountains, bisected by the Mackenzie River Delta.

Related Entries

  • Dogrib Comprehensive Land Claim and Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle
  • Inuvialuit Final Agreement
  • Inuvialuit Land Rights Settlement Agreement-In-Principle
  • Gwich'in and Inuvialuit Self-Government Agreement-In-Principle for the Beaufort-Delta Region
  • Sahtu Dene and Metis Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement 1994
  • Organisation
  • Government of Canada
  • Government of the Northwest Territories
  • Government of Yukon
  • Inuvialuit Regional Corporation
  • Assembly of First Nations
  • Legislation
  • Western Arctic (Inuvialuit) Claims Settlement Act
  • People
  • Dogrib First Nation People
  • Gwich'in People
  • Sahtu Dene People
  • Metis People
  • Inuit of Canada

  • References

    Inuvialuit Projects Inc (1997) The Inuvialuit of the Western Arctic: From Ancient Times to 1902


    Inuit of Canada