The Nunavut Association of Landscape Architects (NuALA)
The Nunavut Association of Landscape Architects (NuALA) was founded as a self-regulating Association with the following mission:
Landscape Architecture in Nunavut is committed to the creative and responsible planning and design of our Arctic landscapes, Inuit cultural sites , and historic places. The sustainable use, development, conservation and management of our Arctic environment is our goal. Our profession respects Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit Traditional Knowledge), and brings together traditional knowledge, scientific knowledge, and design. We work within the context of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement. We are concerned with design and management and respect for our wildlife, wildlife habitat, Inuit cultural landscapes, and cultural resources; recognition of social and economic factors that affect Nunavut; recognition of the connection between Inuit and the landscape as an integral element of cultural identity; and safe and sustainable development in generating creative solutions for our communities, towns and cities and the natural environment of our lands, mountains, rivers and coastlines.
Members of NuALA are guided by Bylaws and a Code of Ethics.
Landscape Architecture in Nunavut: Useful Information
CSLA Congress in Iqaluit
In 2011, NuALA hosted the CSLA Congress. CLICK HERE to learn more
Landscape Architecture Projects in Nunavut
Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park (CSLA Awards of Excellence – 2007 Regional Honour Recipient)
Kekerten Territorial Park
Canadian Landscape Charter
A Nunavut Landscape Charter has been drafted by NuALA and the association is actively participating in the Canadian Landscape Charter Initiative through the CSLA.
CLICK HERE to consult the NuALA member directory.
Reciprocity Agreement (The NuALA is a signatory of the CSLA Reciprocity Agreement)
Nunavut Association of Landscape Architects
P.O. Box 58
Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0