Biographies - Nunavut
BIOGRAPHIESAglukkaq, Hon. Leona (Nattilik) Minister of Finance and Government House Leader
Akesuk, Hon. Olayuk (South Baffin) Minister of Environment and Minister Responsible for the Worker's Compensation Board
Alagalak, David (Arviat)
Arreak, James (Uqqummiut)
Barnabas, Levi (Quttiktuq)
Brown, Hon. Levinia (Rankin Inlet South/Whale Cove) Deputy Premier, Minister of Health and Social Services, and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women
Curley, Tagak (Rankin Inlet North)
Evyagotailak, Joe Allen (Kugluktuk)
Kattuk, Peter (Hudson Bay)
Kilabuk, Hon. Peter (Pangnirtung) Minister of Community and Government Services and Minister Responsible for the Nunavut Housing Corporation
Mapsalak, Steve (Akulliq)
Netser, Patterk (Nanulik) Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Nutarak, Hon. Jobie (Tunnuniq) Speaker of the Legislative Assembly
Okalik, Hon. Paul, LL.B.B.A. (Iqaluit West) Premier, Minister of Justice, and Minister of Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs
Peterson, Keith (Cambridge Bay)
Picco, Hon. Edward Walter (Iqaluit East) Minister of Education, Minister Responsible for Nunavut Arctic College, and Minister Responsible, Homelessness and Immigration
Simailak, Hon. David (Baker Lake) Minister of Economic Development and Transportation, Minister of Energy, and Minister Responsible for Qulliq Energy Corporation
Tapardjuk, Hon. Louis (Amittuq) Minister of Culture, Language, Elders and Youth and Minister of Human Resources
Tootoo, Hunter (Iqaluit Centre)
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