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Arctic Co-operatives Limited

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  • Legal/Operating Name:
    Arctic Co-operatives Limited

  • Alternate Name:
  • Arctic Co-ops
http://www.Arctic.Coop
Mailing/Location Address:
1645 Inkster Blvd
WINNIPEG, Manitoba
R2X 2W7
Tel.:
(204) 697-1625
FAX:
(204) 697-1880

Arctic Co-operatives Limited is a service federation supporting 32 member Co-operatives in Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon. The Co-ops are involved in many types of businesses - including retail stores, hotels, fuel delivery, postal services and cable TV. Services provided by Arctic Co-operatives Limited to these member-owned and operated diversified businesses include accounting, auditing, marketing of arts and crafts, purchasing, training and education, management advisory and support services. Arctic Co-operatives Limited has a subsidiary company, Canadian Arctic Producers (CAP). CAP is one of the worlds largest wholesale marketing organizations specializing in Inuit and Dene high quality art. The art can range from soapstone to other natural material such as whale bone, fur, ivory etc... Other art includes print making, wall hangings and tapestry. There is also a wide variety of wearable art. Inuit sculptures descend from the ancient art of carving. They are made of materials generically referred to as soapstone, but differ according to mineral content and stone found in various regions of the Arctic. Each soapstone carving is unique as it ranges in colour, as well as in style. Each Arctic community has its own artistic style based on available materials and local artistic influence. Inuit art is uniquely Canadian and enjoys an excellent reputation world wide. The Inns North chains of hotels are owned and operated by the Co-operative member-owners. There are 20 hotels scattered across Nunavut and the NWT. Some hotels offering tourism packages for those who wish to explore the vast beauty of Canada's Arctic. Tourists can go sightseeing on a boat for beluga whales, seals, walrus, and enjoy excellent fishing under the midnight sun.



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Contact information

 
Andy Morrison
  Title:   Chief Executive Officer
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Glenn D. Williams
  Title:   Chief Financial Officer
  Area of Responsibility:   Finance/Accounting
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Mary Nirlungayuk
  Title:   Vice President - Corporate Secretary
  Area of Responsibility:   Government Relations
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Lilian Choi
  Title:   Manager, Communications Department
  Area of Responsibility:   Administrative Services
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
  Email:   LChoi@Arctic.Coop
 
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Company description

Country of Ownership: Canada  
Year Established: 1982
Exporting: No  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 813910 - Business Associations
Primary Business Activity: Association  
Number of Employees: 100 
Aboriginal Firm: Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

Product / Service / Licensing

 
Product Name: Inuit and Dene Art
 
The art can range from soapstone, other natural material such as whale bone, fur, ivory etc... Other art include print making,
wall hangings and tapestry. There is also a wide variety of wearable art.

- Soapstone carvings
- Inuit prints
- Jewelry
- Clothing
- Books

 
Service Name: Inns North Hotels
 
Hospitality, tourism.

 
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Market profile

Alliances:

  • Financial
  • Sales/Marketing
  • Technology

Industry sector market interests:

  • Agriculture
  • Construction
  • Consumer Products
  • Culture
  • Environment
  • Fishery
  • Forestry
  • Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining/Petroleum/Gas
  • Service Industry
  • Tourism
  • Transportation
  • Wholesale/Retail
  • Food and Beverage Manufacturing
  • Furniture and Wood Product
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Textile and Clothing

Geographic markets:

Export experience:
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Philippines
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
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Third-Party Information Liability Disclaimer

Some of the information on this Web page has been provided by external sources. The Government of Canada is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability or currency of the information supplied by external sources. Users wishing to rely upon this information should consult directly with the source of the information. Content provided by external sources is not subject to official languages, privacy and accessibility requirements.


Contact information

 
Andy Morrison
  Title:   Chief Executive Officer
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Glenn D. Williams
  Title:   Chief Financial Officer
  Area of Responsibility:   Finance/Accounting
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Mary Nirlungayuk
  Title:   Vice President - Corporate Secretary
  Area of Responsibility:   Government Relations
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
 
 
Lilian Choi
  Title:   Manager, Communications Department
  Area of Responsibility:   Administrative Services
  Telephone:   (204) 697-1625
  Facsimile:   (204) 697-1880
  Email:   LChoi@Arctic.Coop
 

Company description

Country of Ownership: Canada  
Year Established: 1982
Exporting: No  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 813910 - Business Associations
Primary Business Activity: Association  
Number of Employees: 100 
Aboriginal Firm: Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

Product / Service / Licensing

 
Product Name: Inuit and Dene Art
 
The art can range from soapstone, other natural material such as whale bone, fur, ivory etc... Other art include print making,
wall hangings and tapestry. There is also a wide variety of wearable art.

- Soapstone carvings
- Inuit prints
- Jewelry
- Clothing
- Books

 
Service Name: Inns North Hotels
 
Hospitality, tourism.

 

Market profile

Alliances:

  • Financial
  • Sales/Marketing
  • Technology

Industry sector market interests:

  • Agriculture
  • Construction
  • Consumer Products
  • Culture
  • Environment
  • Fishery
  • Forestry
  • Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining/Petroleum/Gas
  • Service Industry
  • Tourism
  • Transportation
  • Wholesale/Retail
  • Food and Beverage Manufacturing
  • Furniture and Wood Product
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Textile and Clothing

Geographic markets:

Export experience:
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Korea, Republic of
  • Philippines
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom