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Results of the 2011 census

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The 2011 census results have just been released. According to it, 845 residents of Iqaluit
say they know French and English, while 320 say they speak French as their first language. For Nunavut,
these numbers are set to 1 205 and 455 respectively.

The total population of Iqaluit is 6 699 and of Nunavut 31 906. Thus, Iqaluit has 12.6% of Francophones
and Francophiles while Nunavut has only 3.8% (source: http://goo.gl/gV4gj). The proportion of Francophones and Francophiles in Iqaluit represent a slight augmentation for the last ten years, since it was 11.9% in 2001 and 12.4% in 2006.

Comparison with the other two territories:

Northwest Territories: 3 715 Francophones and Francophiles, 9% of the total population.
Yellowknife: 2 820 Francophones and Francophiles, 15% of the total population.

Yukon: 4 420 Francophones and Francophiles, 13% of the total population.
Whitehorse: 3 320 Francophones and Francophiles, 14.3% of the total population.

Discussions in Regina around the Working Groups on Economic Issues

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Carrefour Nunavut, along with the 11 other members of the provincial and territorial RDÉE of Canada, participated this week in Regina in two days of discussion and planning on the Working Groups on Economic Issues (WGEI).

These groups have a mandate to promote and enhance cooperation and collaboration between members of the National Network of Francophone for economic development and fueling provincial and territorial RDÉEs to enable them to achieve more concrete results.

Introduction to Social Enterprise - Webinars

Tune into a webinar series to learn more about social enterprise. We'll discuss the what & the why of social enterprise, the development path, creating a supportive environment and legal considerations. You must register in advance.

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Social Enterprise Development Path and Resources

October 26th, 2012 12:00 Noon EDT / 9:00 Pacific
David LePage, Enterprising Non-Profits & Anne Jamieson, Toronto Enterprise Fund

Building a social enterprise is an intentional and vibrant process along a business and organizational development path. This session will explore the components and resources to assist you: organizational readiness, idea exploration, feasibility studies,
business planning and strengthening.
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