Government inaction is a roadblock to building a sustainable economy for Nunavut
By Independent MP Hunter TootooOct. 31, 2018
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Air Nunavut is a registered Inuit firm. In May 2015, the federal government was ordered by the courts to have procurement policies in place to support Inuit-owned businesses by July 31, 2016. Canadians are still waiting, writes Independent MP Hunter Tootoo. Photograph courtesy of CambridgeBayWeather
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