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27 March 2020
The community harvest support contribution agreements have all been processed and payments are being issued.
27 March 2020
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill one of its seats on the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB).
25 March 2020
Sport Fishing Licence fees in Nunavut are increasing by 2.2 per cent as of April 1, 2020.
09 March 2020
Two young artists will win an iPad and have their art featured in this year’s Community Cleanup!
25 February 2020
The Minister of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) for the Northwest Territories, Shane Thompson, together with Nunavut’s Minister of...
25 February 2020
The Baffin Island Caribou 2019-2020 harvest is closed effective immediately. No further harvesting is allowed.
13 February 2020
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill its seat on the Eeyou Marine Region Wildlife Board (EMRWB).
27 January 2020
The Department of Environment is holding a public meeting on the Kugluk Territorial Park Permafrost Project
23 December 2019
Do you have knowledge of and an interest in parks, tourism, and Inuit culture and heritage?
05 November 2019
Will Department of Environment offices be open?
21 October 2019
The Department of Environment is challenging Nunavummiut to participate in Waste Reduction Week from October 21 to 27.
27 September 2019
Are you interested in parks, Inuit culture, heritage and tourism? If so, Community Joint Planning and Management Committees

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Non-NLCA Beneficiaries require a sport fishing licence to fish non-commercially in Nunavut. Beneficiaries of the NLCA do not require a sport fishing licence. To acquire a Nunavut sport fishing
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