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04 December 2015
The departments of Justice and Family Services will hold workshops on healthy relationships in several communities in December. The workshops will be facilitated by community justice outreach workers (CJOWs) and community social services workers (CSSWs), w
04 December 2015
People living with a mobility-related disability, and non-profit organizations that support people living with a mobility-related disability, are invited to apply for a Nunavut Solutions Grant.
04 December 2015
The Department of Justice held an event today in Iqaluit to acknowledge the contribution of Elders in the naming of Makigiarvik, Nunavut’s new minimum security facility.
02 December 2015
2015 September Inuit Employment Statistics
01 December 2015
The Department of Health is advising residents of Clyde River that polar bear meat distributed in the community in early October may have trichinella.
01 December 2015
Nunavut’s executive council has set February 8, 2016, as the date for a byelection in the territorial constituency of Netsilik.
01 December 2015
December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Join the Nunavummi Disabilities Makinnasuaqtiit Society, Inclusion Café and Department of Family Services from noon to 1 p.m., in the lobby of the Igluvut Building (#922), for free coffee, tea a
30 November 2015
A report titled “A Journey through Heartache” was publicly released in Iqaluit today by Minister of Health Paul Okalik, following a meeting with the parents of baby Makibi Timilak, during which he offered an apology to the family.
27 November 2015
Premier Taptuna today announced changes to the Government of Nunavut’s (GN) senior management.
24 November 2015
The Government of Nunavut is reviewing the Mental Health Act and we want your input.