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When possible, the GN will provide individuals with access to information and records informally, without going through the Access to Information and Privacy Protection (ATIPP) process. However, ATIPP gives you the right to request information from the Government of Nunavut. To learn how to empower yourself through information…Read more
Family Services
The Department of Family Services is responsible for processing adoptions. Read more...
Family Services
You may be eligible for training and skills upgrading support.
Environment
Click here for information on how to apply for a wildlife research permit. Read More...
Health
To register for the Nunavut Health Care Plan, you must fill out an application for Nunavut Health Care Coverage. Read more…
Culture and Heritage
The Nunavut Archaeology Program administers the archaeology and palaeontology permitting process for Nunavut and undertakes archaeological research. Read more...
Culture and Heritage
Click here to learn more about Nunavut's art...
EDT
Qualified artists and art organizations may apply for funding under this program. Read more...
EDT
This brand certifies the authenticity of Nunavut artists along with their work locally and around the world. For more information about the brand or Nunavut art and artists please click here.
Health
All newborn births must be registered before application for a birth certificate. Read more…
Health
Contact information for Churchill, Edmonton, Iqaluit, Ottawa, Winnipeg and Yellowknife boarding homes. Read more…
Education
The Bureau of Education and French Services (BEFS), offers a wide range of support and services for instruction and teaching in French to the educational community, the government, the Department of Education and its respective divisions. Read more...
EIA
Find a listing of all Cabinet members and the portfolios for which they are responsible.
Family Services
The Canada-Nunavut Job Fund (CNJF) Agreement supports the training of Nunavummiut for new and better jobs by encouraging employer involvement in this training so that skill development is better aligned to job opportunities.
Family Services
Career Development programs
Education
The Early Childhood division encourages the development of early childhood programs and licensed childcare facilities. These licensed facilities include daycares, preschools, head-start programs and after-school programs. Read more...
Family Services
If you are a child being abused, do not keep it a secret. Tell an adult who you trust. If you know of a child who is suffering abuse or neglect, call your community social services office or contact the RCMP. Read More...
Environment
If you are a teacher or student in Nunavut looking for information on the environment and would like to have a trained conservation officer, biologist or other environment specialist visit your classroom, Read More…
Environment
Commercial fishers and harvesters can get assistance with subsidies for the cost of transporting their products to markets outside of Nunavut. Read More...
Education
The Commission scolaire francophone du Nunavut (CSFN) was created in August 2004 with a mandate to offer educational services to the francophone community of Nunavut. Read more...