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  • 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...
  • The Special Professional Fund guarantees eligible Nunavut students access to professional programs at Canadian Universities.
  • This program offers assistance to businesses, community governments, not-for-profit corporations and societies. Under the program, businesses can get a contribution to help cover expansion or start-up costs. Click here for more information.
  • This program is primarily focused on providing up-and-coming small businesses, community organizations and individuals with support to grow. Click here to find out more information.
  • 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...
  • Visit the Department of Health’s website www.irespectmyself.ca, a website to learn more about sexual health and relationships. Read more…
  • The Sport and Recreation division supports the development of sport, physical activity and recreation programs in Nunavut. Sport and Recreation provides financial support to municipalities and non government organizations and coordinates Nunavut’s...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Click here to learn more about Culture and Heritage's special projects...