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Restructuring allows more focus to be placed on programming for elders

April 10, 2013 – President Sarah Leo announced today that the responsibility for youth and elder programming has been transferred from the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism to the Department of Health and Social Development.

“Both departments were providing similar services and programming for youth and elders,” notes the President. “Due to this overlap, we felt it was necessary to combine the responsibility for youth and elder programing at both the community and regional level under one department.”

The restructuring will allow for more efficient and effective delivery of programs to Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement, adds the President. It will result in the establishment of a new position within the Nunatsiavut Government focused on program delivery for elders, and also ensure more emphasis is being placed on youth.

Media Contact: Bert Pomeroy, Director of Communications, (709) 896-8582

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