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Environment

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Click here for information on how to apply for a wildlife research permit. Read More...
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If you are a teacher or student in Nunavut looking for information on the environment and would like to have a trained conservation officer, biologist or other environment specialist visit your classroom, Read More…
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Commercial fishers and harvesters can get assistance with subsidies for the cost of transporting their products to markets outside of Nunavut. Read More...
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If you are a Nunavut garment or apparel designer looking for tanned Nunavut ring seal skins, you will find information about the Fur Harvest Auction House here, Read More…
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If you are a teacher or community group looking for teaching materials about the environment, click here for a list of resources. Read More…
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If you are proposing development on land in Nunavut, you will need an Environmental Assessment (EA) review by the Environmental Assessment and Land Use program. To learn about this program or how to get a permit, Read More…
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If you have an idea for a project that may strengthen, develop, and diversify Nunavut’s fishing industry, you can apply for financial assistance under the Fisheries Development and Diversification Program. Read More…
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Are you looking for information about fishing regulations in Nunavut? You’ll find everything you need to know here. Read More…
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If you are a harvester and would like help to market and sell your furs at competitive prices, Read More…
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The intent of this program is to provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to understand the purpose and role of Nunavut park. Read More…
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Are you looking for information about hunting regulations in Nunavut? You’ll find everything you need to know here. Read More…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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The Parks and Special Places division is responsible for planning, establishment, management, operation and promotion of Mirnguiqsirviit – Nunavut’s territorial parks and special places.
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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…
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If you find an oil or suspicious spill, you should report it under the Report a Spill program. To learn how, Read More…
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Department of Environment (DOE) is the only certified provider in Nunavut of training in the Canadian Wildlife Federation's Wild Education Programs. Project Wild and Below Zero are two time-tested and highly acclaimed environmental education programs that have been used by Canadian educators for over 15 years. To learn how you can take this training, Read More…
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The Wildlife Deterrence Program applies both science and Inuit knowledge to promote safe and sustainable coexistence between wildlife and humans. To learn about how we work with hamlets, hunters and trappers organizations, conservation officers and community members to ensure this, Read More…