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Paul Kaludjak

Vice President of Finance

Nunatsiaq News

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Nunatsiaq News

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Background Information

Employment History

The GN


President

Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated


Affiliations

Inuit Circumpolar Council Inc

Board Member


Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Education degree

McGill University


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Nunatsiaq News 2008-07-25

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Racist "crap" from Paul KaludjakSo did anyone else want to puke when they read the racist crap from Paul Kaludjak, head of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.? (Nunatsiaq News, July 11)Paul Kaludjak, president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. said the GN should have tried to cut operating costs so it could go without hiking fuel prices.The increases make it harder for beneficiaries to get by, he said."We maintain it's unfair to our beneficiaries because they're already dealing with inflation."Instead, he said the GN "should be looking within itself to see if they can compensate for these increases in-house" by spending less money importing workers from the south and buying the cheapest capital items available.So in reality, Mr. Kaludjak is blaming the GN's fuel price increase on about 750 or so non-Inuit GN employees. What a pile of racist garbage.And not a single voice has objected to this guy's racist rhetoric.


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As a service to our readers, we have offered free space to each of the four candidates for president: Mickey Akavak, Jack Anawak, Paul Kaludjak and Abraham Tagalik.Paul KaludjakMy gratitude to Inuit of Nunavut.I first wish to thank my wife for her never-ending support.She tirelessly supports me in my work, which is not easy and demands a lot of my time away from home.Paul Kaludjak


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The incumbent president, Paul Kaludjak, first won the job in 2004 by defeating Cathy Towtongie in a closely-fought contest.In his quest for a second four-year term, Kaludjak says that now is not the time for beneficiaries to choose a new NTI president.Paul Kaludjak: NTI's incumbent president says now is not the time for change at the top."I feel Nunavut Tunngavik is not ready for change.We need continuity," Kaludjak said in an interview.He said that's because he wants to carry through with two big projects that started under his watch: NTI's billion-dollar lawsuit against the federal government over the failure to reach a new implementation contract for the land claims agreement, and a big plan aimed at restructuring and re-organizing NTI."The main focus is the lawsuit ...I want to maintain that pressure," Kaludjak said.As for the restructuring of NTI, Kaludjak says the plan, distributed at the organization's annual meeting this past fall, would make the organization more "cost-effective and streamlined."He also listed a number of NTI measures, started under his watch, that he considers to be examples of success:I wanted to make NTI a user-friendly organization," Kaludjak said.President: Paul Kaludjak (incumbent), Abraham Tagalik, Mikidjuk Akavak, Jack Anawak


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Paul Kaludjak, the incumbent president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., indicated this week that he will seek another term in NTI's March 18 executive election.Nominations open Feb. 5 and close Feb. 19.


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Paul Kaludjak, vice-president of finance: "I haven't been nominated."Kaludjak was coy this week when asked to address rumours he plans to run for NTI president."I haven't been nominated," he said. But before he can declare his nomination, Kaludjak, as well as Towtongie and any other executive or board members who choose to run, must first take a paid leave of absence from their positions.Kaludjak said he has not yet stepped down, but did not rule it out.


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