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09 October 2015 
Premier Peter Taptuna has received a response from the Conservative Party of Canada to his open letter to all federal party leaders.
02 October 2015 
Fire Prevention Week is from October 4 to 10, 2015. This year’s theme is “Hear the beep where you sleep: Every bedroom needs a working smoke alarm”.
01 October 2015 
Arctic Winter Games hockey is coming to Iqaluit, March 6 to 10, 2016. The 2016 Arctic Winter Games host society is looking for 300 volunteers in Iqaluit to help make the Games a success.
22 September 2015 
The Government of Nunavut is proposing a Nunavut-specific civil forfeiture law, which would allow the government to obtain a court order to confiscate property that is either the “proceeds” or an “instrument” of illegal activity.
21 September 2015 
The Iqaluit Centennial Library has a new telephone number!
21 September 2015 
Peter Taptuna, Premier of Nunavut, sent an open letter to all four federal party leaders today, seeking clarity on each party’s vision for the continued development and prosperity of Canada’s Arctic.
17 September 2015 
Premier Peter Taptuna released the following statement:
08 September 2015 
In honour of International Literacy Day, Premier Peter Taptuna is pleased to announce that Elijah Tigullaraq, an educator from Pond Inlet, is the winner of the 11th annual Council of the Federation Literacy Award for Nunavut.
28 August 2015 
You are invited to the official opening of the new Taloyoak Health Centre on Thursday, September 3, 2015.
26 August 2015 
The Government of Nunavut has accepted the Nunavut Wildlife Management Board’s decision to set a total allowable harvest (TAH) of 250 male caribou for Baffin Island.