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Nunatsiavut Assembly

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Nunatsiavut Assembly
Nunatsiavut katimajitsuangit
Johannes Lampe, non-partisan consensus government
since 2016
First Minister
Tony Andersen, non-partisan consensus government
Speaker of the Nunatsiavut Assembly
Meeting place
Assembly Chambers in the Nunatsiavut Assembly Building in Hopedale, Nunatsiavut.jpg
Nunatsiavut Assembly Building, Hopedale, Newfoundland and Labrador
Nunatsiavut Assembly

The Nunatsiavut Assembly is the legislative branch of the government of Nunatsiavut, Canada.

Electoral system

The Nunatsiavut Assembly consists of 10 ordinary members (6 for Nunatsiavut and 4 for its diaspora), the president of Nunatsiavut and the heads of the Inuit Community governments and corporations. Nain, Canada and Upper Lake Melville are each represented by 2 members while Hopedale, Makkovik, Postville and Rigolet are each represented by 1 member. Only Inuit residents of each constituency can vote in Nunatsiavut's elections (Inuit make up 88% of Nunatsiavut's population) while minorities are represented in municipal councils which each have a non-Inuit member to promote minority interests. Nunatsiavut does not use a party system.

Current members

Nunatsiavut Assembly Building
Nunatsiavut Assembly Building
Riding Member
Hopedale Greg Flowers
Makkovik John Andersen [2]
Nain Tony Andersen
Jim Lyall
Postville Tyler Edmunds
Rigolet Carlene Palliser
Other areas
Canada Edward Blake-Rudowski
Roland Saunders
Upper Lake Melville Gerald Asivak
Marlene Wheeler

Additional members

The President of Nunatsiavut also serves on the Nunatsiavut Assembly. The holder of this role since 2016 is Johannes Lampe.

Inuit Community Government heads

The heads of the Inuit Community governments (official title is "AngajukKâk", serve a similar role as a Mayor) also serve in the assembly.

Inuit Community Government Member
AngajukKâk for Hopedale Majorie Flowers
AngajukKâk for Makkovik Barry Andersen[3]
AngajukKâk for Nain Julius Dicker
AngajukKâk for Postville Glen Sheppard
AngajukKâk for Rigolet Charlotte Wolfrey

Additionally, the chairperson of the NunaKatiget Community Corporation and the chairperson of the Sivunivut Inuit Community Corporation serve on the Nunatsiavut Assembly. The 2 corporations represent the Inuit of Upper Lake Melville (Sivunivut represents North West River while NunaKatiget represents Happy Valley-Goose Bay and Mud Lake).

Corporation Chairperson
NunaKatiget Community Corporation Patricia Kemuksigak
Sivunivut Inuit Community Corporation Maxene Winters

Executive Council

Portfolio Minister District
First Minister Tony Andersen (Acting[4]) Nain
Finance, Human Resources, & Information Technology Tyler Edmunds Postville[5]
Education & Economic Development Greg Flowers Hopedale
Health & Social Development Gerald Asivak Upper Lake Melville[6]
Lands & Natural Resources Tony Andersen Nain[7]
Language, Culture, & Tourism Jim Lyall Nain[8]


External links

This page was last edited on 15 August 2020, at 12:38
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