Nunatukavut Community Council Encourages Members to Get Involved in 2015 Federal Election

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Nunatukavut Community Council Encourages Members to Get Involved in 2015 Federal Election

by pmnationtalk on September 24, 2015436 Views

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NUNATUKAVUT COMMUNITY COUNCIL ENCOURAGES MEMEBERS
TO GET INVOLVED IN 2015 FEDERAL ELECTION

(Labrador, September 24, 2015) – The NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) is today launching a campaign to inspire members to get involved in the 2015 federal election.

“This upcoming election on October 19 is extremely important,” said Todd Russell, President of the NCC. “Members who can vote should be asking all candidates what their stance is on Aboriginal issues and what their specific commitment is to NunatuKavut in terms of our comprehensive land claim.”

The NCC firmly believes that a land claim agreement would have a tremendous impact on securing the overall wellbeing of its people for many generations. It means better education, improved healthcare and benefits, support for our seniors, control of our own resources and increased jobs.

NCC will be communicating to its members through a video message from the President, a poster and bulletins on social media and the NunatuKavut website.

“We are using various avenues to encourage members to demand answers,” said President Russell. “They can then use this information to make a truly informed decision on who to support during this election.”

For regular updates, please visit www.nunatuvut.ca. Please also join in us in the conversation at facebook.com/nunatukavut and Twitter @NunatuKavut. For information on the election, please visit www.elections.ca

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For further information, please contact:

Kelly Nippard, Director of Communications, NCC, 709-280-5965

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