To learn more about Nunatsiavut's history, view an interactive timeline designed specifically for this project. This timeline is a living document that provides a history of important events from the 1700s to today, relating to issues like Politics and Self-Governance, Economic Development, Environment and Parks, Health, Housing, Infrastructure and Essential Services, and Education. Each event is colour-coded based on these categories, making it interesting to examine which categories tend to occur alongside other categories, which are the most common, and which are the least common. The timeline currently has 224 events with many more to come.

To Learn More

- Visit the Nunatsiavut Government's website
- Learn more about Newfoundland and Labrador's new provincial Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat, which includes the Labrador Affairs Office
- At the federal level, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada also has an important relationship with the Nunatsiavut Government
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami is a Canada-wide organization promoting Inuit interests in policy-making
- On a more local level, the OKalaKatiget Society is a media service for Nunatsiavut Inuit based out of the North Coast of Labrador. Their programming includes radio shows as well as television
- Canada's newest national park is also located in Nunatsiavut and co-managed by the Nunatsiavut Government. Visit Torngat Mountains National Park
- The Torngat Secretariat has an innovative structure to manage Nunatsiavut's fisheries, wildlife, and plants. It is co-managed by the federal, provincial and Nunatsiavut governments