The KIA Cultural Visitor’s Centre
The New Cultural Visitor’s Centre 2019-2020 will provide programs and services to preserve significant part of History for exhibit space of Visitors Centre various programs, employments, Cultural tourism products to develop business, showcase traditions, or cultural exhibit gallery, or Publications through research sources of back-in-time chronicles.
This include Tourism and Economic Development programs and services, resource networks, market partnership, business and education, the heritage buildings history, and archaeological sites, or arts and crafts intern studio program. The workshops to provide programs and services on arts and crafts, carving, seamstresses, embroidery, sewing seminar, pre-employment training, archival collections, woodworking, or intern carpentry training, metal, or ornament arts studio, cultural program, or traditional bannock baking school programs.
The introduction of exhibit display, oral history, piece of tune Inuit traditional drum, throat singing, or accordion introduce by early whalers, Parks resources, Churchill Eskimo Museum, or Atlas place names, and preservation of History, or Heritage sites to assist, and associate Tourism to sustain Economic Development.
The centre will consist of programs, or resource on recreational trail, ecotourism, guide training, or safety program, wildlife or marine mammal resource, or coastal, and plants or berries, and recreation outdoor program. The programs and services that relates to student, or employment training, or intern programs that associates to College or University research, Nunavut research, or vessel, and Northern research, health nutrition, food bank, or food prep program, and canteen bakery.
The centre is consists of local merchandise, or market products, retail, lobby, training or conference centre, and two offices. The Kivalliq Inuit Association modern Cultural Visitor’s Centre building projected costs approx. $6 million.