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Prince Albert, SK, Canada
March 10, 2020

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Marion T Love

RR #*, Stn MPP

Prince Albert, SK S6V 5P8

Cell: 306-***-**** text: 306-***-****

Career Objective

To continue my career in either public or private sector management.

Summary of Demonstrated Skills

Established or Expanded Operations

Expanded the operations and scope of the Nunavut Liquor Commission by:

Revamping the POS system making it more efficient to capture day-today liquor sales

Launched the opening of Nunavut’s first liquor store by acquiring the capital for construction, issued RFP for construction, O&M for staffing and product, POS system.

Designed and implemented databases to capture Liquor permit sales across the territory

Launched the creation of the Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal Office by:

Finalizing renovation plans of GN building in Coral Harbour.

Defining systems and processes to fulfill the Tribunal's mandate under the Human Rights Act

Hiring staff and contracted legal counsel and mediator

Providing orientation of Tribunal members to their role as adjudicators

Implemented systems and procedures to comply with Financial Administration Act (Part IX).

Increased the operations and maintenance budget from 350K to 6.9 million during tenure

Increased staff complement from 3 to 12.

Created the Inuit Employment Division consisting of 5 positions


Provided leadership for the Department of Human Resources T&D Division

Obtained department and Cabinet approval to launch the GN Internship program, Employee Assistance program, Inuit Employment Plans, various certificate and diploma programs, and GN Mentorship,

Lead the GN's obligation and accountability under the Nunavut Land Complains Agreement Articile23 to document past and present beneficiary inclusion in the public service.

Advocated the need for comprehensive beneficiary training and mentorship by developing a paper titled "Article 23 Obligations to 2020".

Identified & Delivery of Training

Delivered training in cooperation with community stake holders as prescribed in community economic and training plans

Initiated innovative and appropriate training at community and regional levels

Participated in the design of several training needs assessments.

Secured Resources for Operation Requirements

Developed and presented proposal for approval of stakeholders

Obtained 3rd party funding for Community learning centre operations for 14 years

Managed base-funded and 3rd party funding

Negotiated and successfully the division of assets and liabilities on behalf of the Nunavut Employees Union

Intro/Inter Agency & Government Networking

Team leader/member in obtaining funding for Community learning centre, Hamlet, Community groups

and private sector

Developed all funding proposals and program intent for Community Headstart program

Negotiated with Federal and territorial governments for the development of municipal projects

Assisted the Aiviit Hunters & Trappers Organization in the development of the Tunniq Harvest.

Represented the Hamlet of Coral Harbour, Katedjuvik Coop Board, NEU vice-president at regional, territorial and federal functions.

Software Proficiency

Advanced MsOffice skills, especially MsExcell.

FilemakerpPro- Design, training, and maintance of databases

ARCS- GN in-house archuvial document database

Free-Balance- GN Financial/accounting software

Sage 300- Accounting Software.



Resume of Marion T. Love



Government of Nunavut

Department of Finance

Director, Nunavut Liquor Commssion

May 28, 2013 to Aug 04, 2017

Rankin Inlet,

Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal

Executive Director

November 01, 2004 to May 27, 2013

Coral Harbour, NU

Government of Nunavut

Human Resources

Director of Training & Development

December 1, 2000 to October 31, 2004

Acting Director Training &




April 1, 2000 to November 30, 2000


Iqaluit, NU

Government of Nunavut

Human Resources

Training & Development Consultant

July 14, 1999 to March 31, 2000

Iqaluit, NU

Nunavut Arctic College

Kivalliq Campus

Adult Educator

September 14, 1986 to July 11, 1999

Coral Harbour, NU

Resume of Marion T. Love

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Directed and managed day-to-day operations of the Tribunal


Secured and managed financial operations in compliance

Financial Act Administration

Prepare financial records for audits

Established Tribunal office as an independent statutory agency.

Defined and designed database systems for Case management.

financial. records management, attendance, travel and others

Provided support to the Tribunal by acting as its secretary.

Contracted services for legal counsel and mediation.

Recruited and trained support staff.

Defined training requirements of Tribunal to fulfill its statutory obligations.

Received and responded to inquiries and all notifications filed by defining the intake process, prepares files for decision making. Coordinates mediations, preliminary hearings and hearing. And issuance of all decisions.

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Establish a complement of on-the -job training, professional

development, certificate and diploma programs, governmentwide.

Defined a GN-wide training planning, Inuit Employment plan, to enable the GN to meet its Article 23 of Land Claims Agreement.

Directed and managed the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of T&D initiatives

Secured and manage resource allocation to support GN• Wide training initiatives

Developed relationships and cooperative ventures with nongovernment agencies, designated Inuit Organizations, GN departments and other levels of government.

Provided support to Department senior management team and

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Responsible for tracking the GN's success in fulfilling its obligation under Article 23 ofNunavut Land Claims Agreement

Completed quarterly statistical reports of GN progress for Inuit Employment and capacity

Facilitate and assist GN departments in their development of Inuit Employment plans

Represent Training & Development Division in intradepartmental, intergovernmental, interagency committee and planning groups

Lead a headquarters staff of 12 and regional team of 6 individuals in developing, securing funding and delivering

_ _ training and sup__port programs for the Gl~jmblic service _,

Management of Community Learning /Centre in Coral Harbour, NU

Completed needs assessment, program design, delivery and evaluation of academic upgrading, skill enhancement, literacy and professional development programs

Implemented 3rd party funding projects by recruiting and training

sup_port staff, supervised projects, com~ted financial and _



Introduction to Human Rights Law, University of Victoria,

Fundamentals of Administrative Law, Mediation Level 1, Advanced

Filemaker desien


Distant Education & Summer School credits in ESL, Accounting,

Software Applications McGill University, University of


In-service courses: Life Skills I & 11, Career Counselling, Train the

Trainer, Advanced PC trouble Shooting;

Community Development Holistic Approach Self-Directed Leaming:

Beginner to Advanced Microsoft accredited coursework in Word,

Access and Excel. Simnlv Accountina,


Extensive working knowledge of DOS.PC and Macintosh systems: Ms Word. Excel. Filemakcr Pro. Power Point, PageMaker, and peripheral equipment.

Appreciation Awards from the Coral Harbour DEA and Hamlet Council for outstanding contributions and commitment to the community and education.

GNWT long Service Awards

Recognized by UNESCO for innovative cultural programming "Our Link to the Past": a traditional knowledge and History research project

Outstanding Contribution Award, College of Home Economics Extensive on-the-land and hunting experience

Avid philatelist

Extensive clothing construction and crafts knowledge and skills


; Sudli_g_ Food Bank

: Vice-President

' Nunavut Employees Union

l Volunteer, fund rais_in__g

Chair of Finance Committee Founding Convention member

1990 to 1997

Responsible for Community Services & transfers contracts

Represented community at regional and territorial meetings

Executive, Finance & management committee chair Health committee Chair

: Deputy Mayor

: Hamlet of Coral Harbour

Regional Vice President

! Nunavut Caucus Member

Union of Northern Workers

Negotiated division of assets & liabilities for NEU

Kivalliq Local 4

Local 4 Vice-chair

Kivalliq Local 4

Communitv representative from 1988 to 1999


96-98 Chair AGM delegate

Katudegvik Cooperative

Also director 1995-96


NAC Professional Develo2_ment Committee

Chair from 1995 to 1997 Approved applications


Available upon request

Resume of Marion T. Love


activity reportsfor.stakehold -

; • Coordinated the development of community training plans with stakeholders

Initiated first language aboriginal literacy programs in regions and promoted significance of such programs in/for ABE

~r gr~i

Supervision of programming staff

Performed administrative duties associated program operations

Served as a resource person for/with other agencies and

individuals in the community

Designed and supervised a 3-year in-service (TOJ) for position.

Home Management Educator • CompOleted in-service training of HME intern in lgloolik

January 28, 1982 to September 13, 1986 • Planned and instructed Home Management programs as

tgloolik and Pond Inlet. NU indicated by community needs assessment __ -·- _

Introduced home economics extension programs to the 9 Indian communities of the North Battleford agriculture district in coordination with the provincial government agricultural staff

Establish program priorities for each community in consultation and with the approval of each band council

Assisted individual farm families to setup and maintain financial

records of operations

Establish agricultural related "4-H" youth groups in each

.. community ...

Instructed math, ESL money and food management, nutrition,

clothing construction and community development

Adult Educator programming.

September 1980 to April 1981 • Developed and delivered radio scripts for northern homemakers

Paturnak and Turnor Lake, SK for CBC-KeewatinCountry. . __ _

Northern Lakes School Division • Established Division III and IV Home Economics programming

Senior High Teacher • Prepared senior high students for Dept Ed. Final exams

September 1978 to June 1980 • Developed special education home economics programming

Leoville, SK • _ Developed a home_ economics _pro_Nalll Jor male_ students ··- _,


Government of NWT

Department of Education Advanced Education Baffin Region

Saskatchewan Indian Agriculture Program

District #6 Pilot Project

Westside Community College


April 1978

Bachelor of Science in Home Economics (B.Sc.HEc.) ; Bachelor of Arts (Sociology) Incomplete

· University ofSaskatchewan toon, SK

June 1972

Senior Matriculation

Prince Albert Composite High School Prince Albert. SK

Resume of Marion T. love


Extension Home Economist May to December 1981 North Battleford, SK

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