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Inuvialuit Land Corporation

In general, Inuvialuit Regional Corporation manages the area that was established under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA) through its subsidiary Inuvialuit Land Corporation (ILC).

The ILC holds title to the Inuvialuit lands that were entrusted to it under the IFA. 

The Inuvialuit own a total of 1,172,749 square kilometres in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. This includes both surface and subsurface rights to 12,950 square kilometres - referred to as 7(1)(a) lands - and surface rights (including rights to granular resources) to a further 77,700 square kilometres - referred to as 7(1)(b) lands.

The daily administration and management of Inuvialuit lands is the responsibility of Inuvialuit Land Administration, an in-house division of IRC. 


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