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Summary Reports


Community Statistics Nunavut 2016

Community Statistics Nunavut 2016

This report presents the 2016 data available from the Nunavut Bureau of Statistics for communities and regions (North and South Baffin separately) in Nunavut.   


Health Profile Report 2016

The Health Profile – Nunavut (2016) 

This report provides information from published sources up to 2014 on indicators of health status and the determinants of health for Nunavummiut.  The findings from these indicators can be used to define public health problems, to monitor change over time in health status, to identify differences in the health of Nunavummiut in comparison to others and to assess the extent to which the long-term goals of a policy or program are being met.  Finally, reviewing the information we have assists in determining what is still required. It is anticipated that this Report will be updated every two years by the Department of Health.



Communicable Diseases (2007-2014)

Reportable Communicable Diseases in Nunavut, 2007 to 2014

The purpose of this report is to present an overview of all reportable communicable diseases identified by health care providers in Nunavut between 2007 and 2014. This is the first such document to be produced by the Department of Health in Nunavut containing data from this time period, and annual updates are planned.  The information in the report will assist in setting priorities for program planning and development for the Department of Health.

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Cancer (Calendar Years 1999-2011)

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        a) Breast and Cervical Cancer

        b) Colorectal Cancer

        c) Lung Cancer

        d) Prostate Cancer

        e) Oral Cancer


Chronic Diseases (Fiscal Years 2004-2012)

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Chronic Disease Summary: Nunavut (Fiscal Years 2004-2012)

This summary report contains incidence and prevalence rates for diabetes, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, asthma and mental illness.


Sexually Transmitted Infections

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Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates in Nunavut, 2008–2015

Syphilis Outbreak in Nunavut: 2013 summary

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) in Nunavut, 2011-2018


Maternal Child Health

Maternal Child Health Status in Nunavut 1999 to 2011

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Full Publications

a) Cancer in Nunavut: 1999-2011 
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