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Our mission, vision and values

 

Mission and Vision

Mission: Our Mission is to enhance the well-being and self-reliance of Nunavummiut through integrated and innovative services.

“One Client, One Plan”

Vision: A Caring Community where all Nunavummiut thrive.

 

Values

  • We believe in respecting others, nurturing relationships and caring for people.
  • We believe that the wellbeing of Nunavut depends on the wellbeing of each of its physical, social, economic, and cultural communities.
  • We believe that ready access to the government and its programs is essential to good government that is inclusive and welcomes the participation of citizens in planning the future.
  • We believe that as communities, and as a government, we are connected and reliant on each other to care for those in need.
  • We believe that it is only by developing a culture of lifelong learning that Nunavummiut can achieve their full potential.

Latest News

13 May 2020
If you receive Income Assistance (IA), this is what you need to know when also applying for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB payments):
06 May 2020
If you or someone you know is a victim of violence and needs access to services and supports, help is available. If you aren’t able to talk to a...
23 April 2020
The Department of Family Services’ Family Wellness Division is committed to supporting all caregivers, foster parents and kin parents in Nunavut...
21 April 2020
The Department of Family Services’ Income Assistance Division informs Nunavummiut that T5007 tax slips for 2019 Income Assistance recipients have...
19 March 2020
The Government of Nunavut (GN) understands that college and university students in school outside the territory are concerned about the outbreak of...
23 March 2020
The Department of Family Services Income Assistance Division informs Nunavummiut that T5007 tax slips for 2019 Income Assistance recipients will be...
17 March 2020
The Nunavut Food Security Coalition is now accepting funding proposals for projects that will address food security in Nunavut in 2020-21.
11 March 2020
The Department of Family Services is now accepting proposals for targeted employment and training initiatives to be delivered in any community in...
27 January 2020
The Department of Family Services is holding Nunavut-wide public consultations on the Apprenticeship Act from January to June 2020.
16 January 2020
Income Assistance offices are now rebooking appointments for January.
11 December 2019
The Department of Family Services advises FANS students that they can contact the FANS office by sending an email to FANSTravel@gov.nu.ca for travel...
27 November 2019
Since November 4, Income Assistance benefits have been issued via vouchers.
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FAQ

Foster Parenting   What is the role of a foster parent? Foster parents (foster families) provide a nurturing environment for a child that is unable to remain in their family home.
Fact Sheet Burial Coverage In certain, specific circumstances, the Government of Nunavut is responsible for burials. Who is covered? Individuals under the care of the Department of
What is a Productive Choice? A Productive Choice is the name given to any activity that will benefit the community or develop your skills to be as independent as possible. Productive Choices can

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Iqaluit – 16 Mar, 2020
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