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17 February 2014 
New online, print and multimedia materials are now available in recognition of the Uqausirmut Quviasuutiqarniq, which means “celebration of our language”.
17 February 2014 
As part of the Uqausirmut Quviasuutiqarniq Celebrations, the Department of Culture and Heritage is launching an Inuktut comedy book titled, "Iglarnaqtut!"
10 February 2014 
In three communities, a point-in-time homeless count is being conducted by the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Family Services.
07 February 2014 
The Department of Environment, on behalf of the Baffin Island Caribou Steering Committee, would like to thank the public for a successful round of Baffin Island caribou community consultations.
07 February 2014 
Cabinet Ministers met in Kugaaruk over the past three days to establish the foundation for the Government of Nunavut’s fourth mandate.
05 February 2014 
The Government of Nunavut is joining forces with Carrefour Nunavut to bring Nunavummiut employability services in French.
04 February 2014 
Attend the upcoming Polar Bear Management Plan consultation in your community to share your thoughts about polar bear management and conservation throughout Nunavut!
31 January 2014 
Inuit Language Week is coming soon! The Government of Nunavut’s Department of Culture and Heritage invites Nunavummiut to celebrate Inuktut during Uqausirmut Quviasutiqarniq – Inuit Language Week, from February 17 to 28.
30 January 2014 
The Government of Nunavut is proud to announce that Sarah Ayaruak of Leo Ussak Elementary School in Rankin Inlet is one of 40 principals across Canada to receive Canada’s Outstanding Principals award.
20 January 2014 
Residents of Igloolik celebrated today the official opening of the new hamlet office during the community’s annual “Return of the Sun” festival.