La Commission de la région marine du Nunavik chargée de l'examen des répercussions (CRMNER) a été mise sur pied en tant qu'institution du gouvernement populaire à la signature et à la ratification de l'Accord sur les revendications territoriales des Inuit du Nunavik (ARTIN). Les membres de la CRMNER gèrent son exploitation.

Mandat & Objectifs

Conseil d'administration de la CRMNER

Mandat & Objectifs

Primary Functions

Réaliser l’examen préalable des projets afin de déterminer si un examen est nécessaire;

Apprécier et déterminer l’étendue des répercussions régionales d’un projet, détermination dont doit tenir compte le ministre afin de décider si le projet est dans l’intérêt régional;

Examiner les répercussions écosystémiques et socio-économiques des projets;

Décider, à la lumière de son examen, si les projets doivent être réalisés et, si oui, à quelles conditions, puis faire rapport de sa décision au ministre compétent; en outre, les constatations de la CRMNER relativement aux répercussions socio-économiques non liées aux répercussions écosystémiques sont considérées comme des recommandations au ministre compétent;

Surveiller les projets conformément aux dispositions de la partie 7 de l'ARTIN.

Conseil d'administration de la CRMNER

Le conseil d'administration de la CRMNER consiste actuellement en quatre (4) membres du conseil qui ont été nommés par les agences et organismes suivants :

  • La Société Makivik a nommé deux (2) membres;
  • Le gouvernement du Canada a nommé un (1) membre;
  • • et le gouvernement du Nunavut a nommé un (1) membre.

Le conseil d'administration de la CRMNER comprend ces quatre (4) membres ainsi qu'un président. Comme l'un (1) des deux (2) membres nommés par la Société Makivik agit à titre de président du conseil, un siège est actuellement vacant. Un nouveau membre sera nommé bientôt.

Board Members

Appointed By Board Member
Chairperson Putulik Papigatuk

Putulik Papigatuk was born in Igloo, and has lived all his life in Salluit, (formerly "Sugluk").
He attended the Federal Day School in Sugluk up until grade five and attended Residential School in Churchill Manitoba in 1965-66. Putulik spent two years at Kuujjuarapik Trade School in 1968 and 1971.

Putulik worked for Falconbridge Nickel Mine and Asbestos Corporation between 1969 and 1973. He was a board member of Northern Quebec Inuit Association during the 1975 JBNQA agreement, and was involved and a member of the negotiating team for the NILCA agreement.

Putulik with his wife Nakasuk, and has five sons and two daughters that have blessed him with fifteen grandchildren. They all live in Salluit where he is also a church leader with the Salluit Anglican Church, and a board member of the Salluit Co-op Association.

Makivik Corporation Peter May

Peter May was appointed by Makivik to sit on the Nunavik Marine Region Impact Review Board and has held the position since December 2009.

Peter has worked with the Renewable Resources department of Makivik since 1983 as a wildlife technician on a wide range of projects pertaining to wildlife in Nunavik.

Peter was born in Kuujjuaq and was raised in the Kangiqsualujjuaq and the Kuujjuaq region. He is married to Catherine Parceaud and has a daughter and two sons. His hobbies are hunting and fly-fishing.

Government of Nunavut Lucassie Arragutainak

Lucassie was born on the south end of Belcher Island. Lucassie works as a manager for Sanikiluaq Hunter & Trappers since 1978. He was appointed to the Nunavik Marine Region Impact Review Board in December 2009 and was nominated by the Government of Nunavut.
Lucassie works on Traditional Knowledge regarding the environment and wildlife and has been since 1990, his study area is the James Bay, Hudson Bay and the Hudson Strait.

Lucassie is certified in three technical courses and lives in Sanikiluaq with his wife Nell and grand-daughter Hazel. He is the proud father of two daughters over the age of thirty and likes hunting in the summer.

Makivik Corporation Thomas E Annanack

Government of Canada Neil Greig

Neil has worked in and around the Arctic for over 50 years. Within that time, he has over 40 years focusing on the marine sector including work on small local fishing operations to large vessel commercial activities. He was instrumental in the development of the northern shrimp fishery in Canada and was responsible for identifying many new resources which often involved the development and implementation of research initiatives throughout the north.

In addition to the marine sector, Neil has extensive experience in business management and has consulted on various International projects for different companies and initiatives in Africa, Central America.

Neil continues to live in Kuujjuaq and continues to provide guidance and management advice to businesses.

Staff Members

Position Staff Member
Administrative Assistant May Berthe
Director Adam Lewis

Processus du conseil d'administration

Le processus de la CRMNER est clairement défini dans l'ARTIN et dans le plan de mise en œuvre de l'ARTIN. La CRMNER a été mise sur pied après avoir reçu un projet d'une autorité responsable.