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06 July 2020
There is still one presumptive case of COVID-19 in Nunavut, at the Mary River Mine. Again, I want to stress how isolated this case is, and that Nunavummiut do not need to worry about the spread in this instance. The total number of people followed to date
06 July 2020
We are still waiting on confirmatory results for the presumptive case detected in the Mary River Mine, with the expectation that they will be ready sometime this week. The Department of Health continues to monitor the situation at the Mary River Mine site
06 July 2020
Requests to enter the territory for construction related projects or to travel within the territory for construction related projects can be emailed to CPHOconstructionrequests@gov.nu.ca
06 July 2020
The Department of Environment would like to advise the public that our officers in Iqaluit are investigating an alleged polar bear sighting between Sylvia Grinnell Park and Peterhead Inlet.
06 July 2020
Since March 17, when schools were closed to students, the Department of Education has been working diligently in preparation for the upcoming 2020-21 school year, specifically addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.
02 July 2020
Dr. Michael Patterson, Nunavut’s Chief Public Health Officer, has announced a presumptive case of COVID-19 at the Mary River Mine, 176 kilometres southwest of Pond Inlet.
30 June 2020
The Iqaluit Nunavut Liquor and Cannabis Commission (NULC) Store will be closed on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 for Canada Day and on Thursday, July 9, 2020 for Nunavut Day.
29 June 2020
I am pleased to announce the Government of Nunavut is expanding our Nunavut Essential Workers Wage Premium. Through this program the GN funds employers in eligible sectors so they can pay their employees more for the work they do. Employees who earn less
29 June 2020
The Department of Health is issuing a boil water advisory for the Hamlet of Baker Lake. This is a precautionary measure due to high turbidity (cloudy water) levels.
29 June 2020
There are still no confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19 in Nunavut. The total number of people under investigation to date is 1418. 140 people are currently under investigation.