By David Venn Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Qikiqtaaluk Corp. management has promised to be more engaged after some Baffin residents have criticized the corporation for not helping out their communities, says CEO Harry Flaherty. He made the commitment in Inuktitut while presenting his corporation’s annual report to Qikiqtani Inuit Association representatives at the association’s board of directors meeting Wednesday morning. “We’re actually in the communities now. Before, they felt that we were not helping out the communities,” Flaherty said of the community members’ concerns, in an interview afterward. Flaherty said the corporation had lots of planning to do after its first community tour five years ago, when it consulted people on different ways to help build infrastructure and economy. It took time for the corporation, created
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