The Kitikmeot Heritage Society is a volunteer-run, charitable organization with an elected board of directors and executive from the community of Cambridge Bay. Board membership consists primarily of elders from the community. While our heritage centre and the majority of our programming is located in Cambridge Bay, we remain dedicated to preserving and promoting culture, language and history across the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut.
The Kitikmeot Heritage Society is proud to present its newly designed website. The website is the first of a series of exciting changes in our organization. Over the coming spring and summer we will be working to develop a new strategic plan to better align our programs with Inuit societal values and the increasing demand for community-based research in Nunavut. Stay tuned to our website as we post new programs, products, videos and educational resources.
This website is still a work in progress and we value your feedback. Let us know what you think about the website by sending your comments to email@example.com.
We are sad to announce that Renee Krucas has recently resigned after six years of managing the Kitikmeot Heritage Society. Renee’s hard work has built the KHS into one of the leading culture and heritage organizations in Nunavut. Her dedication to supporting literacy and cultural learning among our young people has touched many lives and strengthened our community. Her kindness will not be forgotten.
On behalf of the Kitikmeot Heritage Society and the whole community of Cambridge Bay we want to thank Renee and wish her all the best for whatever comes next.