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Eva Qamaniq Aariak

Member, Office of the Commissioner

Office of the Languages Commissioner of Nunavut

HQ Phone:  (867) 975-5125

Email: e***@***.ca

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Office of the Languages Commissioner of Nunavut

P.O. Box 309

Iqaluit, Nunavut,X0A 0H0

Canada

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Training

Nunavut Development Corporation


Affiliations

Inuit Heritage Trust Incorporated

Board of Trustees Member


Arctic Inspiration

Member


Nunatsiaq News

Board Member


LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Languages Commissioner


Legislature and Minister

Member


Iqaluit

Councilor


Pond Inlet Hamlet Council

Councilor


Education

MLA


Web References(144 Total References)


Inuit Heritage Trust : Board of Trustees

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Eva Aariak - PresidentDelete "Secretary Treasurer
Originally from Arctic Bay, Nunavut, Eva Qamaniq Aariak is a resident of Iqaluit. Ms. Eva Aariak is a passionate advocate for the prosperity of Nunavut and a tireless promoter of the Inuit culture and language. Eva Aariak was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut for then electoral district of Iqaluit East and subsequently elected as the first female premier by the Legislature from 2008 to 2013. Prior to her political career, Ms. Aariak led a varied career as the first Nunavut's first Languages Commissioner from 1999 - 2003, business owner, teacher, adult educator, Human Resource Officer, producer of Inuktitut children's books with then the Baffin Divisional Board of Education, radio and television reporter for the CBC North. Working in Inuktitut and at time in English language broadcasting. In the years leading up to the creation of Nunavut, Ms. Aariak worked with the Office of the Interim Commissioner of Nunavut as the Public Affairs Manager. Ms. Aariak is a recipient of the EVE Award, Presented by Equal Voice, and was named a Visionary Canadian by the "Bold Vision, Women's Leadership Conference. In 2014. Eva is also a member of the Arctic Inspiration Prize selection committee.


The Honourable Eva Aariak | Nunavut Legislative Assembly

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The Honourable Eva Aariak
In her distinguished career, Ms. Aariak has extensively promoted the majority language of Nunavut, Inuktitut. For six years, she served as Nunavut's Languages Commissioner, the body which monitors the Government of Nunavut's use of the Inuit language, French and English. Ms. Aariak reviewed Nunavut's progress in making Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun working languages of the Government and made recommendations to legislative standing committees on the Official Language Bill and Inuit Language Protection Bill. She has also: assisted in the translation of the Microsoft interface into syllabics; produced Inuktitut children's books for use by schools in the Eastern Arctic; and instructed senior level government employees enrolled in intensive Inuktitut training. Ms. Aariak also brings experience in communications, human resources, entrepreneurship, education and public governance to her office. She worked in public affairs with the Office of the Interim Commissioner of Nunavut, the organization which was tasked with implementing the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and establishing a public government. Ms. Aariak was a journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and human resource specialist with the Government of the Northwest Territories. Among others, she sat as Councilor on the Arctic Bay Education Council, the Iqaluit Education Council and the Pond Inlet Hamlet Council. Prior to being elected to the Legislative Assembly, Ms. Aariak was the owner and operator of a successful small business and Chair of the Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Arctic Bay, Eva Qamaniq Aariak resides in Iqaluit. She is the mother of four children, Karliin, Jordan, Shawn and Jari, and proud grandmother of three.


Ocean Innovation 2011 - Sustainable Oceans - Gala Dinner Keynote Speaker

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Honourable Eva Aariak
Honourable Eva Aariak In her distinguished career, Ms. Aariak has extensively promoted the majority language of Nunavut, Inuktitut. For six years, she served as Nunavut's Languages Commissioner, the body which monitors the Government of Nunavut's use of the Inuit language, French and English. Ms. Aariak reviewed Nunavut's progress in making Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun working languages of the Government and made recommendations to legislative standing committees on the Official Language Bill and Inuit Language Protection Bill. She has also: assisted in the translation of the Microsoft interface into syllabics; produced Inuktitut children's books for use by schools in the Eastern Arctic; and instructed senior level government employees enrolled in intensive Inuktitut training. Ms. Aariak also brings experience in communications, human resources, entrepreneurship, education and public governance to her office. She worked in public affairs with the Office of the Interim Commissioner of Nunavut, the organization which was tasked with implementing the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and establishing a public government. Ms. Aariak was a journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and human resource specialist with the Government of the Northwest Territories. Among others, she sat as Councilor on the Arctic Bay Education Council, the Iqaluit Education Council and the Pond Inlet Hamlet Council. Prior to being elected to the Legislative Assembly, Ms. Aariak was the owner and operator of a successful small business and Chair of the Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Arctic Bay, Eva Qamaniq Aariak resides in Iqaluit.


Eva Aariak - Biography

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The Honourable Eva Aariak
In her distinguished career, Ms. Aariak has extensively promoted the majority language of Nunavut, Inuktitut. For six years, she served as Nunavut's Languages Commissioner, the body which monitors the Government of Nunavut's use of the Inuit language, French and English. Ms. Aariak reviewed Nunavut's progress in making Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun working languages of the Government and made recommendations to legislative standing committees on the Official Language Bill and Inuit Language Protection Bill. She has also: assisted in the translation of the Microsoft interface into syllabics; produced Inuktitut children's books for use by schools in the Eastern Arctic; and instructed senior level government employees enrolled in intensive Inuktitut training. Ms. Aariak also brings experience in communications, human resources, entrepreneurship, education and public governance to her office. She worked in public affairs with the Office of the Interim Commissioner of Nunavut, the organization which was tasked with implementing the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and establishing a public government. Ms. Aariak was a journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and human resource specialist with the Government of the Northwest Territories. Among others, she sat as Councilor on the Arctic Bay Education Council, the Iqaluit Education Council and the Pond Inlet Hamlet Council. Prior to being elected to the Legislative Assembly, Ms. Aariak was the owner and operator of a successful small business and Chair of the Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Arctic Bay, Eva Qamaniq Aariak resides in Iqaluit. She is the mother of four children, Karliin, Jordan, Shawn and Jari, and proud grandmother of two, Tasiana and Joyce.


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The Premier of Nunavut, the Honourable Eva Aariak, and the Honourable Carolyn Bertram, Minister of Communities, Cultural Affairs & Labour for Prince Edward Island, will join Mary Simon who will receive the Symons Medal and give the seventh Symons Lecture at the Confederation Centre of the Arts on Nov. 3.
In her distinguished career, Ms. Aariak has extensively promoted the majority language of Nunavut, Inuktitut. For six years, she served as Nunavut's Languages Commissioner and reviewed Nunavut's progress in making Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun working languages of the government. She has also assisted in the translation of the Microsoft interface into syllabics; produced Inuktitut children's books for use by schools in the Eastern Arctic; and instructed senior level government employees enrolled in intensive Inuktitut training. Ms. Aariak also brings experience in communications, human resources, entrepreneurship, education and public governance to her office. She worked in public affairs with the Office of the Interim Commissioner of Nunavut, the organization which was tasked with implementing the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and establishing a public government.


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