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  • We can all make healthy choices every day, by choosing country foods and healthy store-bought foods. Read more…
  • The Government of Nunavut offers the Nunavut Health Care Plan under the Canada Health Act. The Nunavut Health Care Plan is managed by the Nunavut Health Insurance Programs Office and ensures residents have access to necessary medical services. Read...
  • To keep your Nunavut Health Care Card up to date, contact the Health Insurance Programs Office. Read more…
  • Qualified prospectors may apply for a contribution of up to $8,000 per year to cover basic expenses while exploring for new mineral occurrences in Nunavut. Click for more information.
  • Here you will find reported cases of the Nunavut Court of Justice.
  • Businesses can register with the NNI Secretariat to get an advantage in the Government of Nunavut contracting process. Read more...
  • Do you want to be trained in the fisheries industry? There are opportunities for Inuit to obtain maximum employment and economic benefits from the development of a Nunavut based fishing industry. Read More…
  • Are you looking for safety information about harvesting animals in Nunavut? You’ll find everything you need to know in the Nunavut Harvester Safety Manual . Read more…
  • If you would like to use a territorial park for filming a movie, documentary or other video, you will need to obtain a permit. To learn how, Read More…
  • The Nunavut Child Benefit is funded by the Government of Nunavut and Administered by the Canada Revenue Agency.
  • Your journey to the Canadian Arctic begins right here.
  • Nunavut Arctic College has five campuses: Nunatta Campus and the Nunavut Research Institute Science Campus in Iqaluit, Kivalliq Campus and the Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet and the Kitikmeot Campus, located in Cambridge Bay.
  • Nunavut Research Institute is a gateway to the many exciting research and technology development initiatives underway in the territory.
  • Find out how you can get $7,500 to pursue an aviation-related career.
  • Learn more about getting money for mine training in Nunavut.