Requirements for registration as a Nunavut Business will change effective April 01, 2017, with the coming into force of the new NNI Policy. Any business on the NNI Business Directory which is not 100% owned by Nunavut Residents on April 01, 2017 will be removed.
The Department of Economic Development and Transportation (ED&T) has the obligation and mandate to promote economic development and increase opportunities for Nunavummiut to participate in traditional and growing global economies. ED&T will meet this obligation by working in partnership with other departments of the Nunavut Government and with agencies concerned with social and economic development.
Information Bulletins can be found here
NTI certificate numbers are included in business profiles for ease of information propose only. The NNI secretariat does not maintain the list of Inuit Firms. Current Inuit Firm status is listed on the Inuit Firm Registry; a copy of which can be found at inuitfirm.tunngavik.com
|Nunavut firm||Find out how to register with NNI so that contractors will know about the goods and services your firm provides. read more
Find out how to update your registration with NNI as your firm grows. read more
|Contractor||Find out about Tenders and RFPs issued by the Government of Nunavut that you can bid on. read more
Find out about incentives for including Inuit, local and Nunavut sub-contractors & labour in your bid. read more
Find local, Inuit and Nunavut sub-contractors to include in your bid. read more
|Nunavut Resident||Find out how NNI works and how it benefits you. read more
Find out about jobs in Nunavut, particularly those on government projects. read more
Find out about training and apprenticeship opportunities in Nunavut, particularly those associated with government projects. read more
For further information:
Public Documents available here.
Including the 2012 Comprehensive Review (Inuktitut here )and the 2012 External Report to the NNI Review Committee (Inuktitut here )