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09 May 2022
Please note that the Petroleum Products Division (PPD) of the Department of Community and Government Services (CGS) is coordinating an airlift of diesel fuel from Rankin Inlet to Arviat during the month of May.
09 May 2022
Today, Premier P.J. Akeeagok along with Yukon Premier Sandy Silver and Northwest Territories Premier Caroline Cochrane issued the first Pan-Northern Leaders’ Statement on Climate Change, in collaboration with Indigenous leaders across the North.
05 May 2022
The Department of Health is warning about a food recall issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) due to possible Salmonella contamination.
02 May 2022
National Mental Health Week is from May 2 to 8 and the Department of Health is encouraging Nunavummiut to take time to learn, talk and connect with friends, family and Elders about mental health and wellness.
02 May 2022
The Department of Community and Government Services, Emergency Management Division, informs Nunavummiut that a test of the national Alert Ready System will take place simultaneously across all Nunavut time zones on May 2, 2022.
02 May 2022
Are you prepared for an emergency? May 1-7 is Emergency Preparedness Week across Canada. This year’s theme is “Be ready for anything.”
27 April 2022
John Main, Minister of Health, presented five Queen Elizabeth II scholarship awards to top Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) nursing students at a luncheon in Iqaluit today.
27 April 2022
The Minister of Finance will hold a plebiscite in Kugluktuk asking community members to vote on a potential change to their liquor system.
26 April 2022
As warmer months approach and more Nunavummiut will be heading out to spend time on the land, the Department of Health wants to remind everyone to be aware of the risk of exposure to rabies.
26 April 2022
April 21 to April 28 is National Immunization Awareness week in Canada. Each year, this week acknowledges that vaccines have saved millions of lives.