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...Paul KaludjakPaul Anulik Kaludjak
has a long and distinguished history of public service, which he
continues to build upon each day.Prior to winning the March 2004 NTI Elections for President, Mr. Kaludjak served as Vice-President of Finance for Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., President of the Kivalliq Inuit Association and Mayor of Rankin Inlet.Mr. Kaludjak has also been involved in land claim negotiations and implementation for more than 12 years and served as a Canadian Ranger for many years.Mr. Kaludjak was born in Coral Harbour.He
attended residential school in Chesterfield Inlet before graduating from the Churchill Vocational Training Centre
later furthered his
education in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories and earned a certificate in emergency measures.Mr. Kaludjak's
leadership was recognized by the Hamlet of Rankin Inlet
, which presented him with the "Commemorative Service Award to the Public."Over the course of his career, he held the positions of Senior Administrative Officer for Whale Cove, Housing Manager for the Rankin Inlet Housing Association and Airport Manager for Rankin Inlet. Mr. Kaludjak's
personal interests include hunting, camping, and being out on the land with his
is married to Dorothy Sivugaq Kaludjak and they have four children. Paul Kaludjak
Board of Directors - Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.
P.O. Box 638
Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0
KIA - Contact
President- Paul Kaludjak (Head Office)
Qaujisaqtiit Society Board of Directors | Qaujisaqtiit Society
President, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated
News | Land Claims Agreements Coalition | Modern Treaties Benefit All Canadians
The Coalition reconfirmed Coalition Co-chairs Paul Kaludjak, president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc, and Kevin McKay, acting president of the Nisga'a Nation.
stated that the Coalition has many 2009 achievements to celebrate including the release of it's model national policy on the implementation of land claims agreements (modern treaties) in Canada.