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23 February 2018 
Are you familiar with land management issues in Nunavut? Would you like to contribute to the work of the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC)?
22 February 2018 
The Igloolik public meeting on cannabis legalization has been rescheduled for February 22, from 6-9 p.m., at the community hall.
21 February 2018 
The Department of Environment, in collaboration with the Department of Education, is pleased to launch two books on environmental stewardship, We Take Care of the Environment and My First Hunt.
19 February 2018 
The Cape Dorset public meeting on cannabis legalization has been rescheduled for February 21, from 6-9 p.m., at the community hall.
19 February 2018 
Tiituqatigiikta – Let’s have tea together, is a series of afternoon drop-in sessions during March, organized by the Department of Family Services and the Qayuqtuvik Food Centre.
16 February 2018 
If you are receiving Income Assistance, you must file your income tax return to ensure you receive benefits you might be entitled to, like the Canada Child Benefit, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Senior Citizens Supplementary Benefit, and the Goods and Serv
15 February 2018 
Baker Lake is now an unrestricted community, meaning only the general rules about importing, buying and consuming alcohol from the Liquor Act apply.
15 February 2018 
The Department of Health is advising Nunavummiut that the influenza virus (flu) is confirmed and active in all three regions of Nunavut.
13 February 2018 
Learn everything you need to know about receiving funding for the promotion, protection, revitalization and preservation of Nunavut’s culture, heritage and official languages!
09 February 2018 
Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week is February 12-16. Sexual health is an important part of our overall well-being and the Department of Health encourages Nunavummiut to keep the conversation going about sexual health...