Nunasi Corporation announces appointment of new President and CEO

March 2, 2020 – The Board of Directors of Nunasi Corporation are pleased to announce the appointment of Clint Davis as the President and CEO of Nunasi Corporation. Clint Davis is an experienced and a nationally recognized business leader with a track record of success. He has extensive experience in Inuit business development serving for over eleven years as the Chair of the Board of Directors of Nunatsiavut Group of Companies.

Clint was most recently the CEO of North35 Capital Partners, a business and capital advisory firm that works with Indigenous governments and economic development corporations to achieve growth by maximizing of their inherent competitive advantage. Prior to that role, he was the Vice President of Indigenous Banking at TD Bank Group.

Clint began his career as a lawyer in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, he later entered public service at the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Canada. Upon leaving government, he moved to BMO Bank of Montreal where he was as the National Director for Aboriginal Banking, then later led the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business as President and CEO.

Clint has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Acadia University, a Bachelors of Laws from Dalhousie University and a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University, where he was a Canada-U.S. Fulbright scholar. He was the recipient of the 2016 Indspire Award for Business and Commerce and was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni by his alma mater Acadia University.

“We are pleased to have Clint Davis join Nunasi Corporation to lead our group of companies into a new period of growth,” said Harry Flaherty, Chairperson Nunasi Corporation. “Nunasi has undergone significant restructuring over the last five years and it is well positioned to generate strong and responsible returns to its shareholders.”
About Nunasi Corporation

Nunasi Corporation is a 100 % Inuit owned and Nunavut based business development company. In 1976, the Inuit Tapiriit of Canada ((now Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami) created the Inuit Development Corporation (now Nunasi Corporation). The corporation was created for the purpose of Inuit taking a prominent role and place in commerce. Nunasi has investments in construction, transportation, retail, logistics, expediting, bulk fuel storage and supply, medical boarding homes, digital communications and manufacturing.

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Corporate Assistant, Nunasi Corporation, Iqaluit, Nunavut

Nunasi Corporation currently has a position open for a full-time

Corporate Assistant in Iqaluit, Nunavut


The Corporate Assistant plays an integral role in nurturing healthy relationships between Nunasi Corporation Board of Directors and the community at large. As the initial contact person, the Corporate Assistant is responsible for generating a professional, supportive and cooperative image of Nunasi Corporation to all persons and entities requesting assistance. The office administration and Corporate Secretary functions performed by this position play a critical role in ensuring effective and efficient communications. Provides Administrative support for the management of the day to day operations and to the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Audit Committee by completing meeting preparations. minute taking, notices, agendas, and resolutions. Ensures Federal and Territorial compliance requirements are met including filing of Annual Returns and Human Resources records are kept in accordance to legislated requirements.


Fluency in Inuktitut is required. Candidate must possess excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Inuktitut. You should be an effective leader, self-motivated, organized, and conscientious as well as competent working with computer software i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, etc. Detail oriented person with an ability to organize and prioritize tasks. Familiarity with basic business practices, office procedures and Roberts Rules of Order are required. Clear understanding of the structures of the Designated Inuit Organizations and the Regional Inuit Associations.

Nunasi Corporation offers a competitive salary and benefits package, starting salary to commensurate with experience.

Applications and questions can be directed to:

Malaya Rheaume
Executive Director

Deadline: Friday, March 18, 2016, 5:00 p.m. EST.

While we appreciate all applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


NFS 2015 Scholarship Recipient

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News Release
21 September 2015

Nunasi Financial Services (NFS) is pleased to announce our first annual $1000 scholarship winner:

Carmen Apples, Business Student, Aurora College

Bookkeeping and financial management is crucial to every business and not-for-profit organization.   In this field, Carmen will be able to bring that expertise to work with her each day and make a difference.
We are honored to award this scholarship to assist in your studies and wish you continued success in your career.
Carmen Apples, Scholarship recipient - Sept 22, 2015
President Renée Jones with Scholarship Recipient Carmen Apples

For further information, contact:

Renée Jones, President
Nunasi Financial Services


2015 Nunasi Scholarship recipients

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2015 Nunasi Scholarship Recipients Announced

Iqaluit, NU (September 15, 2015) – Nunasi Corporation in partnerships with Nuna Logistics, Larga Kitikmeot, NCC Investment Group Inc., Polar Vision Centres (in memory of Glenna Zelinski), and Larga Ltd. The Board of Directors are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 Nunasi Scholarships award of $2,500 each to;

      • Sophia Lebessis, Master in Adult Education
      • Diane Marin, Bachelor of Science, Major in Kinesiology
      • Alyssa Flaherty-Spence, Juris Doctor
      • Norma Dunning, Doctoral Program, Indigenous Peoples Education
      • Okpik Mishal Pewatoalook, Motive Power Technician
      • Terrie Kusugak, Aboriginal Enrichment Support Program
      • Melinda Kaviok, Nunavut Teacher Education Program
      • Papatsie Kotierk, Indigenous Studies
      • Delilah Netser, Management Studies
      • Annie Akulukjuk, Police Foundation
      • Teresa Qiatsuk, Police Foundation

These students have demonstrated their commitment to their studies through their academic performance, leadership, volunteerism and dedication to attaining their respective degrees all for the benefit of improving life in Nunavut. Nunasi Corporation is honoured to assist in their academic achievements.

For further information, please contact:

Malaya Rheaume
Nunasi Corporation

In partnership with:

 PolarVision  Nuna logo - Sept 16, 2015  larga-kit  NCCInvestmentGroup  Larga Ltd. logo

Declaration of Dividends – July 15th 2015

The Board of Directors of Nunasi Corporation at its recent Board meeting have declared dividends to its class B preferred shareholders: Qikiqtani Inuit Association, Kivalliq Inuit Association and Kitikmeot Corporation, totaling $967,335.60

“We are extremely pleased that the results of the restructure for the last couple years have allowed Nunasi to get back in profitable position whereby dividends can be declared”, states Harry Flaherty, Acting President & COO.

Link to the Declaration of Dividends .pdf document.


2015 Nunasi Scholarship Applications Now Being Accepted

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The Nunasi Scholarship applications are being accepted online at

Eleven $2500 scholarships are available to Beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement who will be attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution in the 2015/2016 school year. Applications will be scored on academic performance and commitment.

The application process is objectively based on the applicant’s academic results, leadership skills, contribution to Nunavut and financial need. Applicants who are achieving good grades and who are in their second or subsequent year of study will have the best chance of receiving the
scholarship. We want to reward those striving for excellence, completion of their studies and contribute to the success of Nunavut.

Deadline for submission: August 31, 2015. Only those selected for the scholarship will be contacted by September 30, 2015.

The Scholarships are made possible by:

Nunasi Corporation, Nuna Logistics Limited, Larga Kitikmeot, NCC Investment Group Inc., Larga Ltd., and Polar Vision Centres.

For further information, please contact:

Malaya Rheaume
Executive Director
Nunasi Corporation
Tel: (613) 234-6534
Fax: (613) 234-9553


New General Manager at Polar Vision Centres Ltd.

Yellowknife, NT (Feb 16, 2015) – Polar Vision Centres Ltd. is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Morrow as General Manager. 

Polar Vision Centres Ltd. is owned by Nunasi Corporation and operates two dispensaries, Polar Vision and Baffin Optical. Located in Yellowknife Polar Vision provides frames, prescription glasses, contact lenses, CSA approved safety eye-wear, and sunglasses in Yellowknife and to the Kivalliq and Kitikmeot regions of Nunavut.

Baffin Optical is located in Iqaluit and services the Qikiqtaaluk region offering eye exams, contact lenses and prescription eye-wear in all the vintage and latest fashions at a new great location in Iqaluit House (across from Canada Post).

For more information:
Robert Morrow
General Manager
Polar Vision Centres Ltd.
Suite 113, 5109 48th Street
Yellowknife, NT X1A 1N5
867 920 4500




Kitikmeot Corporation Assumes 100% Ownership of Kitnuna Following the Purchase of Nunasi Corporation’s Shares

Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, February 9th, 2015
Greg Cayen, President and COO of Nunasi Corporation (Nunasi), and David Omilgoitok, President and CEO of Kitikmeot Corporation (KC), and are pleased to announce the completion of a sale which will see all of Nunasi’s shares in Kitnuna Corporation (Kitnuna) transferred to KC. With this transaction, Kitnuna, which was previously structured as a 50/50 joint venture between the two companies, will now be 100%-owned by KC.

“Nunasi’s sale of its stake in Kitnuna is consistent with the strategic direction that our company has taken since the introduction of a new ownership structure in 2013 intended to align Nunasi’s interest with those of Nunavut’s three Regional Development Corporations,” said Nunasi President, Greg Cayen. “It makes good business sense for Kitnuna, a business intensively
focused on serving the Kitikmeot region, to fall under the full ownership of Kitikmeot Corporation, which is better positioned to provide the critical support that will allow Kitnuna to successfully pursue local and regional business opportunities.”

KC President, David Omilgoitok noted, “Kitnuna has been operating for over 30 years in Cambridge Bay and has been a very important player in our region’s economy. I am confident that with strong support from Kitikmeot Corporation, Kitnuna’s operations can expand, thereby resulting in a variety of benefits, including improved revenues, new business developments, and more employment opportunities for Inuit. I am excited by the prospects of KC’s complete ownership of Kitnuna and look forward to the exciting times ahead”.

For further information, please contact:
Greg Cayen
President & COO, Nunasi Corporation
P.O. Box 1559
Iqaluit, NU
Ph: 867-979-2160

nDavid Omilgoitok
President & CEO, Kitikmeot Corporation
P.O. Box 18
Cambridge Bay, NU
X0B 0C0
Ph: 867-983-2200

About Nunasi Corporation
Nunasi Corporation is a 100% Inuit owned Development Corporation with investments in construction, real estate, logistics, bulk fuel storage and supply, medical boarding homes and digital communications.

About Kitikmeot Corporation
Kitikmeot Corporation is the ‘business arm’ of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and is responsible for developing business opportunities that build an economic base in the Kitikmeot region. KC has established subsidiaries and joint ventures in a range of sectors, including mining, mineral exploration, property development and management, medivac services, communications technology, travel services, sea-lift, and medical boarding homes.

About the Kitnuna Group of Companies
The Kitnuna Group of
Companies is 100% KC owned and is located in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. The Kitnuna Group of Companies is comprised of four core companies as well as joint ventures, ranging in scope from: fuel supply, project management, general contracting, environmental remediation, pharmacy and building supplies.



NCC Group of Companies Receives Two Nunavut Business Achievement Awards

Greg Cayen, President of Nunasi Corporation and NCC Investment Group was awarded the Business Person of the Year at the Nunavut Business Achievement Awards in recognition for the work he has lead with Nunasi, NCC and the Nunavut Business Credit Corporation.

NCC Development Limited, a division of NCC Investment Group, was awarded the Business of the Year. NCC Development saw a record year of construction across the territory including the construction of the ulu shaped heritage centre in Kugluktuk that was recently opened.


Last night was a great one for our organization. Our company was honored twice at the Nunavut Business Achievement Awards last
night in Iqaluit. Our leader Greg was honored with business person of the year, a very well deserved recognition for all he has done for NCC, Nunasi, NBCC the community and Nunavut as a whole. Further to this NCC Development Limited was also honored as Business of the year. It was a very humbling night to say the least and a joy that our entire group is proud of. We have such a strong group of people in properties and developments and just one big family that all has each others back. Mary also recieved our sponsorship award and was recogonized for her 16 years of service and she has promised for many more to come. Mary has been and will be the longest serving employee for our company for many years to come. Naomi is also nearing an anniversary date and will soon be proud to say she has 10 years of service as well. We have a strong team that not only has experience but history that is so valuable in doing our day to day business. Please note that missing from the photo are Brent, Karl, Alice and Billy who
are also a very large part of our team. I was so lucky in 2005 when Brent called me to offer me a job with the company and ensured I stayed. It is too bad that Brent and the rest of the team could not be there last night to share in the excitement but they are all just as proud as we are today. On behalf of all the managers and staff at the NCC Group of companies I would like to extend a huge thanks to our board of directors and our shareholders for supporting us through all of the good and bad times, and allowing us to represent them and deliver on the vision and mission that this company was intended to do since its inception. Thank you Clarence Synard


Greg Cayen receives the Business Person the the
Year Award from Ike Haulli, President BRCC and the Honorable George Kuksuk, Minister of Economic Development and Transportation


Uqsuq Hires General Manager


Iqaluit, NU (October 2, 2014) – President and Chairman of Uqsuq Corporation, Archie Angnakak is pleased to announce the appointment of Franco Buscemi as General Manager and Luc Pothier as Operations and Maintenance Manager.

Buscemi has over a decade of project and corporate management, most recently with Nunasi Corporation.

“Franco’s experience will allow Uqsuq to continue to provide an essential service to the city of Iqaluit. Born and raised in Iqaluit, his commitment to his community is shared by the company.” Said Angnakak.

Uqsuq has also recruited Luc Pothier as Operations and Maintenance Manager. Living in Iqaluit since 1995, Pothier brings over 30 years of operations
experience. While working with ATCO he demonstrated an excellent record and commitment to maintenance, health and safety procedures that will help Uqsuq continue to achieve and improve the highest standards of health, safety and environment for customers and employees.

“I’d like to thank Chris Cote who served as the GM of Uqsuq for seven years. He ran a smooth operation and we are pleased that we have been able to find his predecessor from within the ownership of Uqsuq.” Said Angnakak.

Uqsuq Corporation is a joint venture company between Nunavut Petroleum Corporation and Atco Structures and Logistics. Nunavut Petroleum is owned by Qikiqtaaluk Corporation and Nunasi Corporation. Uqsuq is proud to serve Iqaluit for the last 19 years.


For more information contact:

Archie Angnakak
Uqsuq Corporation
867 979 2175

Franco Buscemi
General Manager
Uqsuq Corporation
n867 979 1620