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05 December 2022
December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. A day dedicated to ending gender-based violence and honouring the victims we’ve lost.
05 December 2022
The credit rating agency, DBRS Morningstar, has confirmed the Government of Nunavut’s (GN) issuer credit rating at AA (low risk) with a stable trend.
02 December 2022
The Department of Health is advising residents of Rankin Inlet that the dog euthanized by bylaw due a suspected rabies infection has tested negative for the virus.
02 December 2022
Several Nunavut communities can expect their health centres to be temporarily closed, or see a reduction in services, over the holiday season.
01 December 2022
Effective Sunday, December 4, 2022, retail fuel prices will increase throughout Nunavut.
01 December 2022
The Department of Community and Government Services reminds Nunavummiut that it is unlawful to hold unlicensed lotteries in Nunavut.
29 November 2022
Do you have knowledge of Nunavut parks? Are you interested in Inuit culture, heritage, or tourism?
28 November 2022
The Department of Family Services is advising residents of Gjoa Haven of a temporary closure of the Family Wellness offices from December 7, 2022, to January 3, 2023, due to staff shortages.
28 November 2022
Today the Government of Nunavut is announcing Dr. Sean Wachtel as Nunavut’s new Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO).
25 November 2022
The Department of Health is advising that the outbreak of tuberculosis (TB) declared in Pangnirtung on November 25 is ongoing.