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19 June 2013 
The implementation of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement has taken another important step forward with new federal legislation that will strengthen the timely and effective review of development projects throughout the territory.
28 May 2013 
Innosar John Issakiark, a Grade 12 student from John Arnalukjuak High School in Arviat, has been named a recipient of the 2013 TD Scholarship for Community Leadership, one of Canada’s top merit scholarships.
17 May 2013 
The Government of Nunavut has relocated Akausisarvik Mental Health Treatment Centre to a newly-renovated location that will enable the department to improve and increase services to clients.
15 May 2013 
Following almost three years of public engagement involving communities, Inuit organizations, the private sector and government, the Nunavut Legislative Assembly passed Bill 59 – the Collaboration for Poverty Reduction Act.
13 May 2013 
The new health centre has a contemporary design, a model that will be used for future health centre construction in Nunavut.
06 May 2013 
Nunavut is recognizing the work of its nurses, and the Department of Health is giving special recognition to three nurses during National Nursing Week (May 6 to 12).
01 May 2013 
Nunavut artists and musicians are in the international spotlight at Northern Scene in Ottawa and Gatineau.
25 April 2013 
Today the General Court of the European Union ruled to uphold the European Union’s seal ban in the face of a legal challenge by a group of plaintiffs led by Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) and the Fur Institute of Canada.
09 April 2013 
Premier Eva Aariak released the following statement: “I am deeply concerned when serious charges are laid against Nunavut teachers. The trust between schools and the community and between parents and teachers is of the utmost importance to everyone.