Staff Directory

DEPARTMENT OF EXECUTIVE AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

The Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (EIA) is the central administrative department of the government and provides leadership and management support to departments in their delivery of programs and services. EIA is also responsible for communicating the policies, objectives and accomplishments of the GN, within the government itself, to Nunavummiut, and to those outside the territory.

The deputy minister of Executive is the secretary to cabinet and provides advice and administrative support to cabinet under the direction of the Premier.

 

                       

                       

                            

 

Public Documents


Guiding Principles - Inuit have always lived in a harsh climate. Survival is only achieved by working together on life skills and principles for living. Over the past ten years, our government has been guided by Inuit societal values, including those outlined in Pinasuaqtavut. We will continue to be guided by these principles from now into the future.

2017-2018 Budget Address - We aim to develop a strong, prosperous territory. Nunavummiut should have a positive outlook on life. We will be well educated, and self-reliant within successful communities. We will live comfortably in the modern world, guided by Inuit values and traditional culture. We will govern ourselves wisely and obtain full value from taxpayers’ resources.

2016-2019 Government of Nunavut and Territorial Corporations Business Plan

We can achieve this vision by stepping forward together. We are here to help all Nunavummiut build the future that we both desire and deserve. In stepping forward together, we can secure a better future for us all.

Appointment, compensation and benefits
Deputy head employment and compensation terms
- The objective of these Deputy Head Employment and Compensation Terms is to provide equitable and understandable employment and compensation terms for Deputy Heads. The terms should be applied equally and still be capable of accommodating circumstances and requirements that may be unique to Nunavut and/or individual Deputy Heads. The terms should balance the public interest with the individual needs and security of the Deputy Head.
Confidential Disclosure Forms

Latest News

14 February 2017 
Modern public infrastructure is key to supporting the unique needs of northern communities.
06 February 2017 
NunavutTunngavik Inc. (NTI) President Aluki Kotierk and Government of Nunavut Education Minister...
01 February 2017 
Investing in social infrastructure, training and skills development creates opportunities, and...
30 January 2017 
The premiers of Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut met in Vancouver this week to discuss...
27 January 2017 
Changes to fuel prices in all Nunavut communities will be effective starting January 30, 2017.
18 January 2017 
Premiers released the following statement related to federal health funding:

Latest Documents

21 February 2014 
01 September 2013 
The purpose of this policy is to support and provide recognition to individuals who promote the growth and authenticity of fine art created in Nunavut.

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The Sivumuaqatigiit division of the Department of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs coordinates public service training opportunities for Government of Nunavut employees