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26 August 2014
Communities, Inuit organizations and university researchers have started mapping areas throughout Nunavut vulnerable to the effects of climate change, in collaboration with the Government of Nunavut Departments of Community and Government Services...
21 August 2014
Nunavummiut are reminded to stay safe near vessel landing sites during sealift season, which is from July to October.
07 August 2014
Hunters and fishers travelling or camping in the area of York Sound during this time will encounter ships, aircrafts and many military, government and emergency services personnel training on the land.
06 August 2014
Northerners who are training to work in the aviation industry at northern airports are eligible for scholarships sponsored by the Governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, Discovery Air, Keewatin Air and North-Wright Air.
31 July 2014
Since June 14, 2014, Iqaluit’s air quality has been monitored in relation to the dump fire. Conditions in Iqaluit remain unchanged; this advisory reflects the most up-to-date information, with monitoring results up to July 28, 2014.
29 July 2014
Premier Peter Taptuna today appointed deputy ministers of health and justice to support government priorities.
18 July 2014
If you are scheduled for a medical travel appointment to a health facility in the south, there are a few things you need to remember so your experience is hassle-free.
10 July 2014
Premier Peter Taptuna, along with Minister Tom Sammurtok, Minister George Kuksuk, Minister Keith Peterson and John Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Arctic Infrastructure Limited Partners, today held a ceremonial groundbreaking to mark the start...