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23 September 2015
During Hunger Awareness Week (September 21-25, 2015), Food Banks Canada and the Nunavut Food Security Coalition encourage Canadians to come together to raise awareness of the solvable problem of hunger in Canada.
22 September 2015
The Government of Nunavut is proposing a Nunavut-specific civil forfeiture law, which would allow the government to obtain a court order to confiscate property that is either the “proceeds” or an “instrument” of illegal activity.
22 September 2015
The Government of Nunavut is holding public consultations across the territory to gain valuable input on how to strengthen the Travel and Tourism Act (TTA).
22 September 2015
The Government of Nunavut is reviewing the Travel and Tourism Act and we want your input!
21 September 2015
The Iqaluit Centennial Library has a new telephone number!
21 September 2015
The Department of Family Services is launching the "Getting Ready for Employment and Training", or G.R.E.A.T. program, which is a 12-week Nunavut Arctic College program designed to help prepare income assistance clients for employment opportunities.
21 September 2015
Peter Taptuna, Premier of Nunavut, sent an open letter to all four federal party leaders today, seeking clarity on each party’s vision for the continued development and prosperity of Canada’s Arctic.
18 September 2015
The Department of Health is advising residents of Sanikiluaq that a walrus harvested on September 8, 2015 has tested positive for trichinella.
17 September 2015
Premier Peter Taptuna released the following statement:
15 September 2015
The Government of Nunavut appreciates the outpouring of support the staff and students of Peter Pitseolak School have received in response to the devastating loss of their school in Cape Dorset, after the fire on September 6, 2015.