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14 April 2022
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill its seat on the Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board (EMRIRB).
13 April 2022
The Government of Nunavut is seeking nominations for the Nunavut Water Board (NWB).
12 April 2022
When walking on the land, lakes, or sea-ice – especially with dogs or small children – please remember that there could be fox traps in the area.
22 March 2022
The Department of Environment invites Nunavummiut to join in Earth Hour celebrations this Saturday, March 26, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m.
21 March 2022
The Department of Environment encourages youth 18 and under to submit designs for this year’s Community Cleanup logo.
11 March 2022
The Dolphin Union Caribou 2021-2022 harvest in Cambridge Bay is closed effective immediately. No further harvesting is allowed.
04 February 2022
The Government of Nunavut is looking for nominations to fill its seat on the Nunavik Marine Region Impact Review Board (NMRIRB).
20 January 2022
The Government of Nunavut has allocated $625,000 in direct contributions of $25,000 to each of Nunavut’s Hunters and Trappers Organizations (HTOs) to...
06 January 2022
As of this morning Nunavut has 244 positive cases of COVID-19.
10 December 2021
The Department of Environment is currently accepting nominations for the Nunavut Joint Planning and Management Committee (NJPMC).
10 December 2021
The Department of Environment is currently accepting nominations for Community Joint Planning and Management Committees (CJPMCs) for the following...
03 December 2021
Iqaluit drivers and pedestrians are urged to use caution when approaching the Sylvia Grinnell River near the end of the Iqaluit Airport runway.

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