Stay Connected

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) uses a variety of social media tools to help you stay connected with the work of the Department. INAC does not endorse any particular social media site or tool.

More details about the Department's use of social media tools can be found in the INAC social media protocol.

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Facebook
Visit the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Facebook page to learn about programs and initiatives, upcoming events, and interesting content relevant to Aboriginal people and Northerners.

Check out the Nutrition North Canada Facebook page for information and discussion related to the Government of Canada's food subsidy program for eligible isolated northern communities.

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Flickr
Find photos of events and ministerial announcements, as well as other images relevant to the work of the Department, on INAC's Flickr account.

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Google+
Add the INAC Google+ accounts to your circles to watch Google Hangouts on a variety of topics including INAC's programs and services, commemorative events and occasions.

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Twitter
Follow the INAC Twitter account to get the latest media advisories and news releases, information about programs and initiatives, and other content relevant to Aboriginal people and Northerners.

Follow the Giant Mine Twitter account for official information related to the Giant Mine Remediation Project near Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

Follow the Nutrition North Canada Twitter account for information related to the Government of Canada's food subsidy program for eligible isolated northern communities.

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YouTube
Watch videos on the INAC YouTube channel that showcase the success of First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Northern communities and highlight the work of the Department.

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