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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).
Official Languages is responsible for supporting all Government of Nunavut departments and agencies in the delivery of services to the public in Nunavut’s official languages, and provides support to help implement the Inuit language as the working language of the government.
Culture and Heritage
Click here for information regarding Nunavut's Official Languages.
Health
Dental health is about good oral hygiene and healthy choices. Read more…
Economic Development and Transportation
You need an outfitter or tourism licence to be an outfitter or run a tourism establishment in Nunavut. Read more...
Environment
The Parks and Special Places division is responsible for planning, establishment, management, operation and promotion of Mirnguiqsirviit – Nunavut’s territorial parks and special places.
Environment
The environmental protection program provides and facilitates environmental protection and enforcement in all of Nunavut’s communities. The program includes environmental monitoring and ensures legislative and regulatory compliance. Read More…
Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs
Find public documents from the Government of Nunavut here. Read more…
Culture and Heritage
Qilaut is Nunavut's annual Inuktut songwriting contest.
Contact information for all RCMP detachments in Nunavut.
Health
Rehabilitation services are an important part of health care in Nunavut. Rehabilitation can help people regain or improve their ability to live, work and function independently in their communities. Read more…
Environment
If you find an oil or suspicious spill, you should report it under the Report a Spill program. To learn how, Read More…
Community and Government Services
Sealift is a vital link for all Nunavut communities and residents to obtain their annual re-supply of goods and materials needed throughout the year. It remains the most economical way to transport bulk goods to the Arctic.
Community and Government Services
Search and Rescue programs aim to enhance community-based search and rescue (SAR) capabilities and preparedness across Nunavut. The program provides SAR training to Search and Rescue Organizations (SAROs), and provides assistance with certain SAR equipment and communication systems. To find out more about SAR in Nunavut, Read More…
Community and Government Services
Search and Rescue training programs and courses are available for community emergency responders, volunteer Search and Rescue organizations and government officials. If you would like to attend training or learn about the courses available, Read More…
Family Services
Are you unemployed or underemployed and seeking to start your own business? You may be eligible for support to help you build your business. Read More...
Family Services
The Senior Citizen Supplementary Benefit (SCSB) is a monthly payment of $175.00 made to low-income seniors in Nunavut. The Income Assistance Program issues this benefit through the Federal Government, who adds the $175.00 to qualifying senior Old Age Security (OAS) cheques. This payment is available to anyone who qualifies for the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) or Spouse’s Allowance. Read More...
Family Services
If you are a homeowner over the age of 60 you may be reimbursed full fuel costs up to a maximum. The maximum allowable subsidy is based on the community in which you reside and ranges from 2,500 and 3,175 litres of fuel per eligible applicant. Read More...
Passport Canada is responsible for issuing Canadian passports. Click here to visit their website.
Service Canada is responsible for issuing Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) and cards. Click here to visit their website.