Nunavut Region

The staff at the Nunavut Regional Office works in collaboration with clients and partners to improve the quality of life of Nunavummiut. This website will help you understand Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada's involvement in Nunavut.

Jobs

Working with AANDC in Nunavut offers employees a chance to play an important part in the development of the territory. We staff vacancies mainly through advertised processes. Find information about job postings in the Nunavut Regional Office by visiting www.jobs.gc.ca.

We staff vacancies mainly through advertised processes. Find information about job postings in the Nunavut Regional Office by visiting www.jobs.gc.ca. Working with AANDC in Nunavut offers employees a chance to play an important part in the development of the territory.

The Inuit Summer Student Initiative provides Inuit students with the knowledge to advance their skills through an exciting and challenging summer job with the Nunavut Regional Office. The summer student campaign is advertised each year in April for positions commencing in June.

Nunavut Map Viewer

The Map Viewer provides access to spatial data covering Nunavut. It allows you to display the information, search for specific features as well as provide you with the ability to print maps, download data or upload your own user data so that it can be viewed on the map.

Publications

Looking for a publication? Browse our departmental publications webpage.

The Nunavut: Mineral Exploration, Mining and Geoscience Overview 2014 magazine and map are available through our partner's website.

Contact Us

Nunavut Regional Office (NRO)
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)
PO Box 2200
Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0

Tel: 1-800-567-9604 (service to public in English and in French)
Tel: 867-975-4500 (service to public in English and in Inuktitut)
Fax: 867-975-4560
nuinfo@aandc-aadnc.gc.ca

Media Enquiries - Communications

Members of the media who have inquiries on any program area or issue are invited to contact a member of the Public Affairs Unit.

Tel: 819-953-1160

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