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26 July 2019
Minister of Education, David Joanasie, and President of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA), P.J. Akeeagok, are very proud to announce that new, Nunavut-developed early childhood education resources are being shared with child care facilities across the
18 June 2019
10 year old time capsule opened in Baker Lake, contents now on display
30 May 2019
The Department of Education today released Choosing Our Path Forward, the report detailing the 2018-2019 Education Act and Inuit Language Protection Act community consultations.
28 January 2019
On February 27, wear pink! Pink Day’s theme for 2019 is #BeSomeonesHero, which highlights individuals and groups in schools and communities who make a positive difference by promoting respect, kindness and anti-bullying.
25 January 2019
January 27 is Canadian Family Literacy Day’s 20th anniversary!
22 January 2019
The Department of Education is seeking full-time Grade 11, 12, and post-secondary students to apply for a $2,800 bursary through the Government of Canada’s Explore program.
14 November 2018
The Government of Nunavut Department of Education will be holding the third territorial Ilinniarvimmi Inuusilirijiit (II) Conference from November 13 to 16, 2018.
09 November 2018
The Honourable David Joanasie, Minister of Education, released the following statement:
06 November 2018
The Government of Nunavut Department of Education is holding the first territorial Student Support Teacher Conference from November 6 to 8, 2018.
18 October 2018
The Government of Nunavut Department of Education, in partnership with the Canadian Red Cross, held the Power for the Positive Youth conference in Rankin Inlet from October 11 to 12, 2018.