The Nunavut Resources Corporation

An Inuit-owned resources corporation that will strategically invest in major resource projects, proposed, or presently under development in Nunavut.

A unique vehicle to diversify and develop the economy of Nunavut by attracting investment capital to the territory.

A way for Nunavummiut to more meaningfully benefit from the development of their own resources through direct or indirect equity participation in major projects.


Phone: 867-983-2458
Fax: 867-983-2701

Nunavut Resources Corporation
Box 18, Cambridge Bay, Nunavut   X0B 0C0

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Nunavut Resources Corporation and Transition Metals acquire Inuit-Owned Land parcel with historic resource

November 30, 2016

Nunavut Resources Corporation and Transition Metals are pleased to announce the successful acquisition of Inuit-Owned Land Parcel 'CO-31'.  CO-31 property hosts Archean lode-gold style mineralization with a historic resource of 572,067 tonnes grading 9.6 grams/tonne (g/t) Au.  Click here to access a press release on this recent acquisition.

Kitikmeot Inuit Association and the Government of Nunavut sign Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation on Grays Bay Road and Port Project  

July 9, 2016

Click here to for a jointly-released press release from the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and the Government of Nunavut concerning the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on the Grays Bay Road and Port Project.

The press release is also available in Inuinnaqtun, Inuktitut and French.

NRC efforts facilitate Inuit eligibility to key Federal Government Infrastructure programs

July 22, 2014

Click here to access a press release from NRC Chair and President of the Kitimeot Inuit Association, Charlie Evalik, regarding NRC's efforts to have Inuit Organizations become eligible to access the New Building Canada Fund and the P3 Canada Fund.

Please also refer here to the recent statement of the Minister of the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, concerning the changes to the eligibility criteria related to the Federal Government's P3 Fund.