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04 May 2021
The Baffin Island Caribou 2020-2021 harvest is closed effective immediately. No further harvesting is allowed.
20 April 2021
Good afternoon. Today, we are reporting five new cases of COVID-19 in Nunavut. There are now 33 active cases in the territory - 31 in Iqaluit and two...
05 March 2021
The Government of Nunavut is seeking nominations for the Nunavut Water Board (NWB).
03 March 2021
The Government of Nunavut’s Climate Change Secretariat is looking for youth between the ages of 18 and 29 to serve on a Climate Change Youth Advisory...
02 March 2021
The Department of Environment is currently accepting nominations to Community Joint Planning and Management Committees (CJPMCs) for the following...
19 October 2020
The Department of Environment is challenging Nunavummiut to participate in Waste Reduction Week from October 19 to 25.
16 October 2020
The Department of Environment is currently accepting nominations to Joint Planning and Management Committees (CJPMC) for the following territorial...
28 September 2020
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill its seat on the Nunavik Marine Region Planning Commission (NMRPC) and the Eeyou Marine...
04 September 2020
The Department of Environment is implementing an interim Total Allowable Harvest (TAH) limit for harvesting caribou from the Dolphin and Union...
20 July 2020
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill its seat on the Nunavik Marine Region Wildlife Board (NMRWB).
06 July 2020
The Department of Environment would like to advise the public that our officers in Iqaluit are investigating an alleged polar bear sighting between...
26 June 2020
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Your Licence A Sport Fishing Licence is required by anyone intending to sport fish in Nunavut other than a beneficiary of the Nunavut Agreement. Licences are available from the Department of
Most people, other than NLCA beneficiaries, require a hunting licence in order to harvest both small and large game. Sport hunters and non-beneficiary Nunavut residents can visit their local Wildlife