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2005 progress review of the Nunavut economic development strategy




The Nunavut Economic Forum (the Forum) was reintroduced to help these organisations focus their efforts toward the goals of the Strategy and to work collectively in the spirit under which the Strategy was formed. [...] However, by identifying the outcomes of education and training as a priority for the Forum and also by acknowledging that many factors influence the success of the education system, the hope is to bring focus back to the goals and objectives established in the Strategy and to rejuvenate members’ interest in working collectively toward these goals. [...] The success or failure of organisations such as Nunavut Economic Developers Association, Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association, and the Nunavut Broadband Development Corporation can have a tremendous bearing on community outcomes, and can often contribute to the success or failure of comprehensive programming efforts of the Government of Nunavut, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, of Indian and Norther [...] Despite the level of effort required to investigate the number and complexity of recommendations and the volume of action item results, this was an important and necessary first step in gaining a deeper understanding of the real achievements of the Strategy; future reviews of the Strategy’s implementation would be wise to start with this activity as it provides the only clear measure of outputs. [...] Nunavut Economic Forum 19 Nunavut Economic Development Strategy 2005 Progress Review THE LAND 1.1 RESPECTING THE LAND The Strategy establishes the importance of land management for the long-term sustainability of the Territory’s economic, social and environmental success.



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