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Culture and Heritage
The Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Branch is comprised of two divisions. The Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Division coordinates the development of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Inuit Societal Values initiatives across the government, provides administrative support to Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit Katimajiit, and chairs the interdepartmental Tuttarviit Committee... Click here for more information on IQ Programs.
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Culture and Heritage
The Office of the Languages Commissioner is located at 630, Queen Elizabeth 2 Way, Iqaluit. It is on the third floor of the Qamutiik building (First Nations Bank).
If you are looking for information regarding the administration of corporate, commercial, and land titles laws please contact Legal Registries. Legal Registries processes a variety of legal documents submitted to register interests in land recorded on guaranteed land titles; security interests in personal property; corporations, societies, partnerships, and cooperative associations; and stocks, bonds and mutual funds and the advisors and dealers engaged in the sale of those securities in Nunavut. Read more…
If you want to get married in Nunavut, you will need to get a marriage license or public banns from your religious organization. Read more…
Math and Science Awards Program
Economic Development and Transportation
Students in grade 8, 10 & 12 could receive a cash award for their efforts in Math and Science!
The Department of Health offers medical travel benefits and access to medical services that are not available in your community. Read more…
Medevac is an emergency air ambulance service that transports patients from their communities to the nearest hospital for treatment. Read more…
A doctor or nurse may decide that you need to have someone go with you on medical travel. Read more…
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