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22 November 2021
Help reduce Nunavut’s reliance on fossil fuels and lower your greenhouse gas emissions by installing renewable energy on your cabin or home.
18 November 2021
As of November 12, 2021, the Department of Environment will now offer harvesters a one-time-only payment when fox pelts are presented at the wildlife...
27 October 2021
The Department of Environment has set a Total Allowable Harvest (TAH) limit for the Bluenose East caribou herd in response to a continuing decline in...
15 October 2021
Nunavut Parks and Special Places would like to advise the public that the Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park will be closed tomorrow, October 16 from 1...
21 September 2021
The Department of Environment’s polar bear hide sale starts September 28.
26 July 2021
Do you want to learn something new this summer?
21 July 2021
The Department of Environment would like to remind the public that feeding wildlife in Nunavut is not allowed under the Wildlife Act.
17 June 2021
In the spirit of Avatittinnik Kamatsiarniq (Environmental Stewardship), the Government of Nunavut (GN) is encouraging Nunavummiut to get involved in...
15 June 2021
Please be advised that Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park buildings remain closed under the Community Gatherings Restriction Order (#6) currently in...
09 June 2021
Each year, the Department of Environment performs fuel tank inspections in Nunavut. The service is provided free of charge as a courtesy to fuel tank...
07 June 2021
As part of the Government of Nunavut’s (GN) effort to protect Nunavummiut against the risk of COVID-19, GN Departments are implementing the following:
20 May 2021
The Dolphin Union Caribou 2020-2021 harvest in Cambridge Bay is closed effective immediately. No further harvesting is allowed.

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Your Licence A Sport Fishing Licence is required by anyone intending to sport fish in Nunavut other than a beneficiary of the Nunavut Agreement. Licences are available from the Department of
Most people, other than NLCA beneficiaries, require a hunting licence in order to harvest both small and large game. Sport hunters and non-beneficiary Nunavut residents can visit their local Wildlife