Logo Home

You are here

Latest News

23 September 2022
The Department of Community and Government Services Consumer Affairs team prepares and processes lottery licenses for charitable or religious organizations interested in running lottery schemes such as bingo, Nevada pull tickets, and 50/50 raffles.
23 September 2022
The Department of Health is advising the public of a COVID-19 outbreak at the Gjoa Haven Continuing Care Centre.
23 September 2022
The Department of Education recognizes the thousands of discovered unmarked graves at former residential schools across Canada as a dark chapter in history confronted by many Nunavummiut and Canadians.
23 September 2022
The Department of Family Services will be offering training to foster parents in Iqaluit to ensure a high quality of care and service to all children in foster care.
23 September 2022
The Department of Health is advising residents of Sanikiluaq that a walrus harvested on September 19, 2022, has tested positive for trichinella.
22 September 2022
A local plebiscite will be held in Iqaluit this October to vote on whether to allow the Nunavut Liquor and Cannabis Board (NLCB) to be able to issue off-premises licences to local breweries for the sale of beer from their premises.
21 September 2022
Are you a post-secondary student currently receiving Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students (FANS) funding and are enrolling in courses in the fall semester?
21 September 2022
John Main, Minister of Health, today released the following statement:
20 September 2022
Would you like to represent Team Nunavut at the 2023 Arctic Winter Games as part of the cultural contingent?
16 September 2022
To ensure continuity and quality of care, the Department of Health will be maintaining all regular health services on September 19, the National Day of Mourning for Queen Elizabeth II.