Nunavut Co-ops

Grise Fiord Inuit Co-operative Limited - Grise Fiord Co-op was incorporated in 1960 and is the only business providing services to the community. The Co-op businesses include a retail store, cable television services, municipal contracts, and property rentals.. Grise Fiord has the distinction of being "at the top of the world" and is our northernmost Co-op.

Hall Beach Eskimo Co-operative Association Limited- Hall Beach Co-op operates a variety of businesses including a hotel, retail store, cable TV, fuel delivery, freight services, taxi service and video rentals. The Co-op was incorporated in March 1973. A new retail store is scheduled for completion in August 2009.

Igloolik Co-operative Limited - Co-op operations include a retail store, hotel, restaurant, freight services, property rentals, fuel delivery, gas bar and video rentals. This Co-op was formed in April 1963.

Ikaluktutiak Co-operative Limited - This Co-op began in the late 1950s as a craft store and hotel. It was incorporated in 1961 and at one time operated a commercial fishery. Today, this thriving Co-op operates two hotels, a gas bar, taxi service, cable services, fuel delivery service and property rentals. The Co-op expanded its retail facility in 1995 and is also involved in many of the local contracts in Cambridge Bay.

Issatik Co-operative Limited - Incorporated in 1962, Issatik Co-op operates a hotel, retail store, cable TV, fuel delivery service.

Katudgevik Co-operative Association Limited - This Co-op provides the following essential services to the community of Coral Harbour - a retail store, hotel, cable TV, restaurant, and video rentals

Kimik Co-operative Association Limited - Incorporated in 1973, this Co-op is known for marketing the excellent carvings produced in the area formerly known as Lake Harbour. A hotel, retail store, cable TV, fuel delivery service and video rentals are other Co-op operations.

Kissarvik Co-operative Association Limited - This Co-op, located in Rankin Inlet, features a retail store, cable television services, property and video rentals. It was incorporated in May 1968.

Koomiut Co-operative Association Limited - Koomiut Co-op was incorporated in 1966 and operates a variety of businesses; these include a hotel, retail store, cable TV, freight services, heavy equipment, property rentals and general contracting. This Co-op also offers sea kayaking tours for those who love the outdoors.

Kugluktuk Co-operative Limited - Formerly known as the Coppermine Eskimo Co-op, Kugluktuk Co-op was incorporated in September 1960. This Co-op operates a retail store, fuel delivery services and a gas station, and supplies cable TV services to the community.

Mitiq Co-operative Association Limited - This Co-op was incorporated in June 1968. The community is located on an island at the south end of the Hudson's Bay. Co-op enterprises consist of a retail store, a hotel and restaurant, cable television services and Inuit carvings. This Co-op also rents property to the Hamlet office.

Naujat Co-operative Limited - Incorporated in 1968, Naujat Co-op operates a retail store, hotel and restaurant and cable television services. They are also the community's source for heating fuel for homes.

Padlei Co-operative Association Limited - Incorporated in 1971, the business portfolio of this Co-op consists of a hotel, restaurant. They also provide the cable television services in their community. A new, 8700 sq. ft. retail store opened in February 2000.

Paleajook Eskimo Co-operative Limited - Incorporated in November 1959, this Co-op began as a venue for local carvers to sell their art. They also sold hunting, camping & fishing supplies with some food staples. Today the Co-op is an active business consisting of a retail store and cable TV services, which has seen the need to expand its facilities to meet the need of the membership.

Pangnirtung Inuit Co-operative Limited - Incorporated in 1968, Pangnirtung Co-op operates a retail store, and property rentals.

Pitsiulak Co-operative Association Limited - In March 1971, Pitsiulak Co-op was officially incorporated. Today, they operate a retail store, hotel. They also serve their community's need for fuel and cable television services.

Qikiqtaq Co-operative Association Limited - Incorporated in 1966, this Co-op serves its members by operating a hotel, retail store, cable TV, fuel delivery, freight services and property rentals. A brand new retail store was opened in December 2002.

Sanavik Co-operative Association Limited - In June 1971, Sanavik Co-op was incorporated in Baker Lake. Operations include a hotel, retail store, cable TV, post office, freight services, video rentals and property rentals. Sanavik members are also strong producers of Inuit arts and crafts.

Taqqut Co-operative Limited - Located at the northernmost tip of Baffin Island, Taqqut Co-op recently opened a new retail facility. Other Co-op business includes providing cable television services to the community, video rentals and fuel distribution.

Tununiq Sauniq Co-operative Limited - Tununiq Sauniq Co-operative was incorporated in 1968 and is one of the largest and most diverse Co-ops in Nunavut. In Pond Inlet, businesses include a retail store, post office, hotel, fuel delivery, cable television services and property rentals.

Tudjaat Co-operative Limited - Incorporated in October 18,1960, the Co-op's presence can be seen throughout Resolute Bay, starting at the airport, where they operate a gift shop. Other facilities include a retail store, hotel and restaurant. Co-op services also iinclude snowmobile rentals, cable television and Internet service. The Co-op is also an authorized dealer for Yamaha, Polaris and Honda.

Tulugak Co-operative Society Limited - In 1973, members in the area formed a Co-op to provide service to the community known as Broughton Island. In December 2000, members proudly opened a new retail facility. Other Co-op business includes a hotel and gas bar, as well as fuel delivery services, property rentals and cable television services.

West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative Limited - Since 1959, the Co-op has earned an international reputation for the exquisite stonecut prints, etchings and carvings of its Inuit artist-members. The Co-op's sales outlet for arts and crafts - located in Toronto - is called Dorset Fine Arts. In addition to the print shop, the Co-op also operates a retail store, property rentals and provides the community with fuel delivery services.

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