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Ms. Eva Qamaniq Aariak

Premier, Minister of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs

Canadian Convenience Stores Association

Direct Phone: (867) ***-****       

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Canadian Convenience Stores Association

466 Speers Road #217

Oakville, Ontario L6K 3W9

Canada

Company Description

CCSA is a registered not-for-profit federal association funded entirely by its members. CCSA represents over 31,000 members across Canada that include: Major C-Store operator companies including Macs, 7-11 and others. Thousands of independent C-Store ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Malikkaat

Director of Training

Nunavut

Radio and Television Reporter

CBC News

Member, Office of the Commissioner

Office of the Languages Commissioner of Nunavut

Affiliations

Board of Trustees Member
Inuit Heritage Trust Incorporated

Member
Arctic Bay Education Council

Board Member
Nunatsiaq News

Languages Commissioner
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY

Member
Legislature and Minister

Councilor
Iqaluit

Councilor
Pond Inlet Hamlet Council

Education

MLA

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Government Contacts - Western

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Hon. Eva Aariak Premier (867) 975-5125 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.


Canadian Convenience Stores Association - Government Contacts

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Hon. Eva Aariak Premier, Minister of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs (867) 975-5125


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.


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Arctic Inspiration Prize / Selection Committee

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Eva Aariak

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Eva Aariak Former Premier of Nunavut
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Ms. Eva Qamaniq Aariak is a passionate advocate for the prosperity of Nunavut and tireless promoter of the Inuit culture, she is from a generation of Inuit who have lived through an era of tumultuous change that transformed life in the Arctic. And through her vision and energy has served as the first woman premier of Nunavut from 2008 to 2013.
Under Ms. Aariak's leadership, the Government of Nunavut focused on improving conditions for the most vulnerable. Guided by the Tamapta Mandate, Ms. Aariak worked with communities and stakeholders to create The Makimaniq Plan, a made-in-Nunavut approach to reduce poverty. She spearheaded pioneering legislation on poverty reduction and child protection. Ms. Aariak also successfully sought adoption of the Inuit Language Protection Act based on recommendations that she had previously made when Commissioner of Languages from 1999-2003. Her recommendations prompted the government to write a groundbreaking law, the Inuit Language Protection Act.
Prior to her political career, Ms. Aariak led a varied career as a business owner, as Nunavut's first languages commissioner, teacher, adult educator, producer of Inuktitut children's books, Human Resource Officer and radio and television reporter for CBC North. In the years leading up to the creation of Nunavut, Ms. Aariak worked as a Communications Manager with the Office of the Interim Commissioner on a series of creative initiatives aimed at capturing the public's hopes and desires for the future. Ms. Aariak is a recent 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 Aariak continues to advocate for "completing the map of Canada" by strengthening the ties between Nunavut and the rest of the country.

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