NTI vice-president fined $2,300 for driving while prohibited
Jack Anawak pleaded guilty to charge
The vice-president of Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. has been fined for driving while prohibited.
Jack Anawak, 62, appeared in court Thursday morning before Justice of the Peace Nicole Sikma.
He pleaded guilty to a single count for driving while prohibited, and was fined $2,300.
The incident happened in Iqaluit on June 17th. When it occurred, Anawak was prohibited from driving for two years after he was found guilty and convicted in February of driving while impaired.
He was also fined $1,000 at that time.
Anawak is a former Member of Parliament, a former Nunavut cabinet minister and former Ambassador of Circumpolar Affairs.