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18 December 2020
The Department of Community and Government Services’ Sport and Recreation Division is currently accepting applications that support the planning and delivery of Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation initiatives for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.
07 December 2020
Effective Wednesday, November 18, 2020 all GN office buildings will be closed to the public. Any members of the public who require to meet in person with any GN essential services staff who are present in a GN office building, will need to contact that ind
10 November 2020
The Consumer Affairs Office of the Department of Community and Government Services would like to remind Nunavummiut that debt collection agencies must be licensed to operate in Nunavut and must adhere to the Debt Collection Practices regulations under the
05 October 2020
Fire Prevention Week is from October 4 to 10, 2020.
18 September 2020
Nunavummiut are encouraged to say thanks and celebrate the positive impact coaches have on our athletes and communities during National Coaches Week, September 19 to 27.
11 September 2020
Every year, the Department of Community and Government Services offers technical and professional scholarships for Nunavummiut studying in the fields of engineering, informatics, community planning and business studies, as well as those studying...
11 September 2020
Nunavummiut are advised to plan carefully before traveling on the land or water, by taking along all necessary survival equipment
25 August 2020
Are you a young leader between the ages of 16 and 21? The Sport and Recreation Division is recruiting for its Nunavut Youth Ambassador Program!
08 May 2020
The Department of Community and Government Services, Sport and Recreation Division, is now accepting applications and nominations for the following programs:
16 March 2020
Nunavut Emergency Management reminds Nunavummiut that information booklets are available with all Gen 3 SPOT satellite GPS messenger units being signed out from local hamlet offices and wildlife offices across the territory.