The Puppies, Huskies/ mix Breeds that need good families to care for them. Why not consider Adopting one, as a Pet.

Available for Adoption:

To inquire contact HAMLET of CHESTERFIELD INLET, Chesterfield Inlet EconomicDevelopment Officer, or By-law Officer 1-(867) 898-4603.

The Winnipeg Humane Society/ Veterinary Associations:

Information on Dog or Puppy (12 to 18 weeks of age) vaccination, intake and transporting pet, Winnipeg Humane Society, or Veterinary Associations & Organizations inquire Winnipeg Humane Society, or the Veterinary Associations & Organizations.

Transport Animal/ Pet Adoption:

The Calm Air International LP will Transport pets Dog or Puppy for adoption, one way south FREE of CHARGE, if space is available to a shelter, or to the SPCA. The customer must arrange to book a space on flights with Calm Air International LP Toll-free 1-(800) 839-2256 (reservation), or Calm Air Agent (867) 898-9104.

The customer is responsible for drop-off at the Airport Terminal to arrange for a pick-up at the destination. Information on Kennels contact Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer, or By-law Officer 1-(867) 898-4600.

Rabies Information – ALL Dogs should be vaccinated for Rabies:

Rabies is a dangerous disease that is carried by foxes, wolves, or wolverines. It can be transmitted to dogs and humans; and is untreatable, or fatal to humans.

Rabies is usually transmitted by saliva in a bite, but a dog or person does not have to be bitten to get rabies. Saliva on a person’s hands can transfer the disease through the eyes, nose, mouth, or small cuts, so even licking by an animal that has rabies is dangerous. Not every bite results in rabies, but if a person develops the disease, it is fatal.

Avoid any Fox seen in Town – Rabies affects the Behaviour of Animals in Three Ways:

  • An animal may appear aggressive, attacking without warning.
  • An animal may appear very tame and quiet.
  • An animal may appear playful.

Pre-Cautions regarding Rabies:

  • Teach your children to avoid foxes at all times; and not to play with them. Any fox seen in town should be considered rabid.
  • Children should be taught to tell parents or an adult if they are bitten or licked by a fox; (If a child is licked by a fox, quickly wash hands, arms, face, and neck with soap).
  • Children should not approach a dog they do not know, and should NEVER tease a chained dog.
  • If your child is bitten by a dog or a fox, take him or her to the Health Centre and tell the nurse what has happened. Your child may need shots to prevent rabies from developing. This should be done as soon as you find out about the bite.

For Trappers:

Ask the Conservation Officer if they are seeing cases of rabies, before beginning the trapping season. If there is a rabies outbreak, take special care when handling trapped animals, even when they are dead.

If there is a bite:

  • If your dog is bitten by a fox or an unvaccinated dog, your dog must be quarantined for three to six months and watched for any unusual behaviour.
  • If your dog has been vaccinated and is bitten by a fox, take it to the By-Law Officer as soon as possible and have it revaccinated.
  • If your dog has been vaccinated, vaccinating after a bite will not help. An unvaccinated dog that is bitten MUST be quarantined for at least 6 months in a pen where it cannot get to people.


When to Vaccinate:

  • Puppies should be vaccinated no earlier than 12 weeks, but during the first 6 months if possible.
  • They should be vaccinated again at one year, and every two years after that.
  • If there is an active rabies outbreak, vaccinate every year. This is especially important for dogs tied up at the edges of town, as they can easily come into contact with foxes.
  • Rabies VACCINE
  • Rabies VACCINATION on Dog, or Puppy (12 to 18 weeks of age)

Other Dog Diseases:

If possible, all dogs should also be vaccinated for distemper and parvovirus, which are severe diseases of dogs, but not transmissible to people. If you want to protect your dog against these diseases or information, contact Page Burt, or John Hickes (867) 645-2650 (Rankin Inlet) information on Vaccines.

Parvovirus is a diarrhea disease that can kill a puppy in only a couple days and distemper is a respiratory disease that can spread to the brain and affect a dog’s balance, and muscular control, BOTH ARE PREVENTABLE BY VACCINATION. Full protection requires two shots of a combined vaccine. Puppies should be vaccinated at 6 weeks, and between 13 weeks of age. After that, the dog should be vaccinated annually for parvo, and distemper.

All puppies are likely infected with roundworms and should be dewormed at about 6 to 13 weeks. If you feed raw fish to your dog, it likely will become infected by tapeworms, and will need deworming twice a year. Page Burt, or John Hickes can provide information on this as well.

The RABIES VACCINATION’s contact Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer (867) 898-4603, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, or Dog or Puppy (6 to 13 weeks of age) vaccines inquire Health Centre (867) 898-9968. The Pet products, or supplies visit Pet Products, or Pet Supplies (leases, collars, kennels, or dog foods etc.)


The AnimalPet Vaccination, Training, or Dog, and Puppy Vaccines contact Health Centre 1-(867) 898-9968, or inquire Hamlet Office 1-(867) 898-4600, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet.

The SPCA, Animal Hospital/ Humane Society:

The Community Development Program, Municipal Training, Councillors Roles & Responsibility, Conflict of Interest Policy/ Hamlets Act, Municipal Affairs & Services, Environmental/ Recycle, Archaeological/ Heritage sites, or Socio-Economic development, and Infrastructure plan contact Community & Government Services, Municipal Training Organization, Elections Nunavut, or Infrastructure Canada. The Municipal Elections frequently asked questions visit Elections Nunavut.

MayorTony Amauyak
Deputy Mayor:  Mary-Anne Issaluk
Councillors:  Doreen Mullins, Janice Issaluk, Yvonne Bedford, Gaetano Scala, Doriana Sammurtok, and Angeline Simik
The Hamlet council schedule meetings Tuesday 1:30 pm, second & fourth week of each month. The agenda contact Clerk, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet 1-(867) 898-4600.

Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet – Municipal Government

Mayor Tony Amauyak (867) 898-4600
Deputy Mayor
Deputy Mayor Mary-Anne Issaluk
Councillor Doreen Mullins
Councillor Janice Issaluk
Councillor Yvonne Bedford
Councillor Gaetano Scala
Councillor Doriana Sammurtok
Councillor Angeline Simik
Chief Administrative Officer John Ivey (867) 898-4602
Hamlet Lands Officer Greg Tanuyak (867) 898-4604
Community Economic Development Officer David Kattegatsiak (867) 898-4603
Receptionist/ Clerk Flora Mimialik (867) 898-4600
Finance Officer Jacquinita Sammurtok (867) 898-4600
Municipal Service & Maintenance
Hamlet Foreman Don Tanuyak (867) 898-9939
Hamlet Mechanic James Mullins (867) 898-9939
Hamlet Mechanic (assistant) vacant (867) 898-9939
Hamlet Building Maintainer Nipi Alogut (867) 898-4600
Recreation & Wellness Coordinator
Recreation Coordinator Russell Mullins (867) 898-9081
Wellness Coordinator Vanessa Mimialik (867) 898-4608
Recreation Facility Maintainer Eric Nanout (867) 898-9081
Agnico-Eagle Mines
Human Resource Coordinator Janice Issaluk (867) 898-4606
By-Law Enforcement/ Fire Department
By-Law Officer/ Fire Chief Anulik Kadjuk (867) 898-9787
Radio Station 93.3 FM Sigjaqpaluk (CICH)
Radio Programme CICH 93.3 FM Mark Amarok (867) 898-9934

Employment’s – Job’s Post

The Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Municipal Government employments inquire Chief Administrative Officer, or Receptionist Clerk 1-(867) 898-4600.

The Government of Nunavut employments, Teachers, Home care, Nurses, Municipal career/ Training, or other Job’s Post.

The Feasibility Study & Community Development Plan

    • The Department of Economic Development and Transportation, Keewatin Region – Government of the NWT hired the consulting firm PRP Parks: Research & Planning Inc. on February, 1986 to prepare a CHESTERFIELD INLET HISTORIC SITES AND TRAILS PROGRAM DRAFT PLAN with the assistance of Kivalliq Consulting and Management Services and incorporation of the Dept. of ED&T – Gov’t NWT officials and members of the community. In August, 1990, the Dept. of ED&T, Keewatin Region – Gov’t of the Northwest Territories prepared a trails and signage program for the Chesterfield Inlet for future implementation. This is in conjunction with the previous – February, 1986 report to develop an interpretive plan and signage program for Chesterfield Inlet.
    • Community Centre – Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut – Technical Status Evaluation Report; prepared by Technical Support Section, Asset Management Division, Department of Works and Services, Government of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife, NWT – October, 1998
    • St-Theresa Home Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut – Technical Status Evaluation Report – November 24, 2000; This report was prepared for the Department of Health and Social Services, Government of Nunavut by the Department of Public Works and Services.
    • Chesterfield Inlet Aggregate Study – prepared for CG&T, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut by Ferguson Simek Clark, Engineers & Architects, YK, NT, March 12, 2002
    • Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation – Ste. Theresa Long Term Personal Home Care Redevelopment Report – Prepared by KGS GROUP in association with AGB ARCHITECTURE INC., June, 2002
    • Chesterfield Inlet Community Planning Internship Report – Prepared by Shaun Klassen Graduate Student Department of City Planning at the University of Manitoba Community Planning Advisor for the Community of Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut- April 26 to August 31, 2003 (CED Plan focused on Sustainable Economic, Training, and Employment opportunities to Infrastructure planning; how to coordinate a community forward by establishing a community based planning from Education, Cultural, Wildlife, Land, Mineral and Preservation of Heritage Buildings and to Inuit Traditional Knowledge etc.)
    • Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet Community Development Plan December, 2008 – Prepared by Accutech Engineering Inc. (CED Plan that consolidated goals and objectives from infrastructure, education and training, mineral exploration, small business, healthcare, social services, tourism, wildlife and arts and crafts and recreation development. It also consolidated goals and objectives for the preservation of archaeological and heritage sites, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit Traditional Knowledge), sustainable economic development, employment opportunities and a five year Capital plan identifying strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges etc.)
    • Tundra Wetland Sewage Treatment System Report – Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut; Department of Community and Government Services – Government of Nunavut, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut; prepared by Nunami Jacques Whitford Ltd. January 9, 2009
    • New Walk-In Freezer Facility constructed – Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, 2009
    • New Floating Dock Construction – Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, September, 2010
    • Route Analysis Chesterfield Inlet to Josephine Lake – Volume 1 Executive Summary, March, 2009 – Maskwa Engineering Ltd… Map 1, Map 2, Map 3.
    • Preliminary Spill Contingency & Response Plan Road Construction to Josephine Lake, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet; Maskwa Engineering, March 3, 2009.
    • Chesterfield Inlet Community Plan & Zoning By-Law, prepared on behalf of the Municipality of Chesterfield Inlet by J.L. Richards Consulting Engineers, Architects & Planners, January, 2010
    • Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet Community Plan & Zoning By-Law Background Report, prepared by J.L. Richards & Associates Limited, Consulting Engineers, Architects & Planners, February, 2010
    • Infrastructure for a Sustainable Chesterfield InletVol. 1 Community Priorities, Sept 1, 2010, and Vol. 2 Consultation Report, March 17, 2011, Prepared for the Government of Nunavut by Aarluk Consulting Inc.
    • Chesterfield Inlet Small Harbour Assessment Study – Department of Economic Development & Transportation, 2012. view the Harbour Assesment Report
    • Chesterfield Inlet Coastal Resource Inventory Report 2009 – 2012 Prepared by Department of Environment, Fisheries and Sealing Division
    • Granular Resource Evaluation Report Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut prepared for C&GS, Government of Nunavut by Dillon Consulting Ltd., July 19, 2013
    • Solutions exist for Chesterfield Inlet’s marine life concerns, WWF, April 7, 2016
    • Chesterfield Inlet’s Heritage Strategy 2012 – 2017Aarluk Consulting (Heritage strategy focused on archaeological and heritage sites, preservation of Inuit Qaujimajatuqagnit (Inuit Traditional Knowledge) by coordinating with elder’s, significance of heritage resources and the heritage value to historic places. It also includes initiatives for the protection of archaeological sites and structural heritage buildings, geographic names in Inuktitut, key heritage sites, training and programs, potential for a territorial park, economic development of the heritage sector and support for elders and youth program development, etc.) view the Chesterfield Inlet Heritage Strategy, 2012 to 2017 document.
    • Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet Community Economic Development Plan, 2013- Prepared by Polar Bligh Consulting Inc. (CED Plan is consolidated on goals and objectives from education, training, health, social issues, tourism, recreation, arts & crafts, mineral exploration, environment, employment, Inuit language and wildlife. It also focus on preservation of Archaeological and Heritage building’s, Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit Traditional Knowledge), sustainable economic development, and infrastructure etc.)
    • Health Policy Community ConsultationMcMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences, October 14 – 21, 2016May 27 – June 23, 2017, October 29 – November 9, 2017 & August 9 – 22, 2018
    • Community-Based Sea Ice & Ocean Research Project, Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, January, 2017 – February, 2018
    • CES Community Consultation, May 8 – 11, 2018
    • Chesterfield Inlet 2023 Community Economic Development PlanHamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Community Based Approach with Socio-Economic Solutions, The CED Plan consolidated report is focus on sustainable to economic development, tourism, heritage & archaeological mapping, training, education, recreation, environment, wildlife/ marine mammals, health/ social, housing, employment, infrastructure, Inuit traditional knowledge, Inuktitut language, arts & crafts, and access road etc. prepared by CES – Canadian Ecotourism Services, November, 2017 – March, 2018
    • Rankin Inlet, and Chesterfield Inlet Road Route, Scope Study and Budget, Terrance Geo-Science Inc., June 22, 2017
    • Research Article – Sharing country food: connecting health, food security and cultural continuity in Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut – Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, 2018 – 2019
    • Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet Archaeological Mapping Project, report prepared by Golder Associates Ltd. The Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet consolidated report focus on historic/ archaeological sites to preserve history, and assist with community land use, and economic development initiatives in collaboration with Canadian Ecotourism Services (CES) for summary of Phase One of the program Archaeological Mapping Project, Golder Associates Ltd. June 2020.

The Post-Secondary & Pre-Trades Programs

Training Programs

  • MTO – Nunavut Municipal Training Organization – Targeted Training: Class 3/Air Brakes, Heavy Equipment Operators, Accpac courses (Accounting software), Professional Drivers’ Upgrading, The Maintenance Management Operating System (MMOS), and Airport Maintainer.
  • The Department of Economic Development & Transportation – There are many opportunities for our Nunavut people in mining, tourism, fishing and the cultural industries. Sustainable economic development growth depends on many things – protecting our land and resources, education and training for our people, strengthening our communities, and building essential infrastructure. In the Department of Economic Development & Transportation we put people first, helping to build healthy communities and the infrastructure they need to link to each other, to the rest of Canada and to the world.
  • The Department of Economic Development & Transportation – The Seven Steps to Help You Start Your Business.
  • The Department of Culture & Heritage provides funding in the form of grants and contributions to community-based, non-profit organizations and individuals. This funding is set aside to assist those who have an idea or project that contributes to the preservation and/or promotion of Nunavut’s culture, heritage, language or amateur sport.
  • Service Canada – Education, training and employment, taxes, or starting a business etc. in Nunavut or outside the Territory.
  • The Interprovincial Standards, Red Seal Program – Trades training and Certification
  • Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency – Skills development programs
  • Aboriginal Ecotourism Training Program
  • The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Training, and Certification
  • Kivalliq Inuit Association – Programs, cultural initiatives or small business support, and Cultural visitors centre
  • The Department of Human Resources programs, and training

Pre-Trades, Apprentice, or College Programs

  • Pre-trades courses
  • Occupational skills, or Health & Safety
  • On-the-job employment skills
  • General Arts & Science, academic English, media, communications & languages
  • Apprentice training, arts & crafts/ seamstress, and KIA cultural centre programs
  • Entry-level trades training, or Health Care Nursing Program
  • The Home Care, & Practical Nurses Programs
  • Transport and heavy equipment training, licensing and certification

Training Grants, and MTO Programs

Nunavut Arctic College (Learning Centre) Programs, 2021 – 2022

The Essential Skills Academic Upgrade Program:
The Arctic College – Learning Centre will deliver Academic Program on English, Basic Math, Inuktitut, Career or College, Portfolio Development, and Keyboarding, Intro to Computers, or Job Experience, September, 2021.

Office Administration Program – Year Two Diploma:
Office Administration diploma program year two scheduled September 8, 2020 – May, 2021 contact local Adult Educator (867) 898-9048, Application – Nunavut Arctic College

Office Administration Program – Year One:
Office Administration program year one (phase two) scheduled September, 2019 – April, 2020 in Chesterfield Inlet; information on Office Administration program contact local Adult Educator (867 ) 898-9048, Nunavut Arctic College

Municipal Organization Training, Heavy Equipment Operator training program. The Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, and MTO open this training to general public (space limited). Participants must have valid class 5 licence. HEO Equipment on wheeled loader, motor grader, and crawler tractor. Scheduled August 6 – 22, 2019. Information on HEO Program contact Hamlet Office (867) 898-4600.

Class 3 Driving Course air brakes endorsement, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet along with Nunavut Arctic College, October 9 – 30, 2018; information on Class 3 Driving Course air brakes endorsement program contact Hamlet Office (867) 898-4600

Program Pre-Trades Training:
For information on the Pre-Trades Training program scheduled January 3 to April 20, 2018 with the Nunavut Arctic College in Chesterfield Inlet; contact the local Adult Educator 1-(867) 898-9048 or Fax: 1-(867) 898-9101

ABE (Adult Basic Education), and WES (Workplace Essential Skills): delivered at the Nunavut Arctic College – Learning Centre. Program includes – English, Math, Inuktitut, Career/College, Portfolio Development, and Preparing for Change, Keyboarding, Intro to Computers and Job Experience.

Accounting Training (Sage 50 & Sage 300) – Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet:
A basic introduction to Accounting Training for Sage 50 and Sage 300 software program was held with Avery Cooper Financial Corp. – March 21 to 30, 2016 with the Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet.

Fur Production, and Design Chesterfield Inlet:
The Fur Production and Design program in Chesterfield Inlet hosted a class ceremony on December 16, 2015. 4 graduates completed the program with program coordinator Rose-Marie Tongola and assistant coordinator Pauline Kadjuk. The ceremony was open to Elders and members at the community complex. This four months program was developed using Inuit traditional methods on how to prepare, design and sew garments for the seal skin, fur garment industry. The students had the opportunity to develop Inuit traditional knowledge and skills in this area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What are my career options with a ‘HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA’ versus my career options ‘WITHOUT A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA’?

Answer: For more information, we suggest you talk to your local school Guidance counsellor, Teacher or visit local Nunavut Arctic College, Learning Centre for information. You can also contact an agency that offers Education or Career Counselling services with Service Canada

Question: Where can I get information/applications about student financial assistance/grants?

Answer: The Nunavut Scholarships Program may be available for some students along with the FANS program and the NTI Memorial Scholarship. Download Nunavut Beneficiaries Scholarships Program application form and Jose Amaujaq Kusugak Memorial Scholarship application. For further information about Grant programs contact or visit the Department of Education, Government of Nunavut website or local Nunavut Arctic College – Learning Centre in Chesterfield Inlet for program information (867) 898-9048 or Fax: (867) 898-9101

Question: Where can I get information about student residences?

Answer: For information about student residences contact the Student Services Centre or the Student Association for the respective campus. Often information can be found on their web site. Links to many of University and College web sites can be found here.

Question: Who can I contact about campus programs and/or How to Apply for a program?

Answer: Complete the educational institution’s application forms for the programs or courses you want to apply. Often these forms can be downloaded from their web site or at your request, sent out by mail from their registrar’s office. Submit the completed application to the campus or community learning centre in Nunavut (or outside of Nunavut) that offers the programs or courses. Many programs or courses are filled on a first come first serve basis and it is advisable to apply as early as possible on or before the due date.

Question: Where can I get information about ‘High School – General/Academic’ upgrading Equivalency and ‘College/University’ preparation Courses, on a Full or Part-time basis?

Answer: High School ‘General’ or ‘Academic’ upgrading equivalency and College/University preparation courses are offered at various ‘Colleges’ or at other ‘Educational Institutions’. As a sample, here is the Academic Upgrading Courses Chart from Alberta. Also, view the Aboriginal Upgrading Programs – High School Credit courses Programs offered (Alberta).

Other college campuses that offer high school credits to finish high school equivalency or to qualify for a Career Training Program or to attain high school diploma/continuing education and then to prepare for a career are: – Red River College – Continuing Education or Algonquin College – Career & Academic Access Centre – Woodroffe, Ontario. Visit these two sites for more information.

Question: How do I transfer my post-secondary/institutional credits?

Answer: The applicant with high school or post-secondary education credits must make arrangements with the schools where they studied to have a copy of their transcripts mailed to the new school or campus they are registering with. Submit an application form to transfer your credit(s) or request a challenge credit form from the campus.

Question: I need to speak with a Student Councillor – who can I speak to?

Answer: All Universities and Colleges have a Student Services/Counselling department, which will be able to assist you with your questions and concerns. This includes counselling on programs and courses, financial aid, scholarships, bursaries, awards, academic advice, tutoring etc.


Simionie Sammurtok
(867) 898-9951


Shawn Stuckey
Senior Administrative Officer
(867) 898-9926

Janice Issaluk
Hamlet Lands Officer
(867) 898-9951

David Kattegatsiak
Community Economic Development Officer
(867) 898-9206

(867) 898-9951


Certified Finance/Administrative Officer
(867) 898-9951

Lillian Simik
Finance/Administrative Officer – Trainee
(867) 898-9951

Municipal Services & Community Maintenance

Don Tanuyak
Hamlet Foreman
(867) 898-9939

Certified Hamlet Heavy-Duty Mechanic
(867) 898-9939

Remi Aggark
Interim Assistant Hamlet Heavy-Duty Mechanic
(867) 898-9939

Nipi Alogut
Hamlet Building Maintainer
(867) 898-9951

Director of Community Works – Contractor
(867) 898-9951

Recreation & Wellness Coordinator

Greg Tanuyak
Recreation Coordinator
(867) 898-9081

Jacintha Amarok
Wellness Coordinator
(867) 898-9951

Eric Nanout
Recreation Facility Maintainer
(867) 898-9951

Jocelyn Simik
Justice Outreach Worker
(867) 898-9951

Office Assistant Trainee

Community Aerodrome Radio Station

Jerome Misheralak
Observer/Communicator 1
(867) 898-9940

Jordon Putulik
Observer/Communicator 2
(867) 898-9940

Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.

Randy Boiteau
Community Coordinator
(867) 898-9951

By-Law Enforcement/Fire Chief

Ralph Simik
By-Law Enforcement/Fire Chief
(867) 898-9951

Region: Kivalliq
Population 2019: 520 (approx.)
Time Zone: Central
Postal Code: X0C 0B0

Kajuqjuk Health Centre 867-898-9968
Fire Hall 867-898-4422
Chesterfield Inlet RCMP Detachment 867-898-0123
Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet (Municipal Government)
Hamlet Office 867-898-4600
Care Home Facility - Department of Health, Government of Nunavut
Naja Isabelle Home 867-898-9290
Pimakslirvik Corporation 867-898-9292
Accommodations and Dining
Tangmavik Hotel/ Inns North 867-898-9190
Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation Bed & Breakfast 867-898-9292
Retail Stores & Hardware
Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation Hardware 867-898-9292
Northern Store 867-898-9920
Pitsiulak Co-op Association Ltd. 867-898-9975
Schools/ College
Victor Sammurtok School (Kindergarten to Grade 12) 867-898-9913
Nunavut Arctic College (Learning Centre) 867-898-9048
Early Childhood Services
Pairivik Daycare Centre 867-898-9702
Notre Dame De La Deliverande, Roman Catholic Mission 867-898-9197
Community Wellness/ Recreation
Noel Nuvak Arena 867-898-9081
Community Drop-In Centre 867-898-9024
Pigiarvik Wellness Committee 867-898-9420
Community Complex 867-898-4600
VSSchool Gymnasium 867-898-9913
Wellness Coordinator 867-898-4608
Local Communications
Pitsiulak Co-op Association Ltd. Cable Television Service 867-898-9975
Sigjaqpaluk Local Public Announcements (CICH 93.3 FM) 867-898-9934
CBC Radio 107.10 FM 867-898-4600
Terminal 867-898-9940
Local Organizations/ Services
Aqigiq Hunters and Trappers Organization 867-898-9063
Kivalliq Inuit Association 867-898-9159
Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation 867-898-9292
Chesterfield Inlet Housing Association 867-898-9942
District Education Authority 867-898-9007
Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation 867-898-9292
Department of Community & Government Services 867-898-9914
Social Services 867-898-9131
Qulliq Energy Corporation 867-898-1201
Government Liason Officer 867-898-9121
Canada Post 867-898-9920
Conservation Officer 867-898-9130
Simik Taxi 867-210-0359
Bank Services
Northern Store 867-898-9920
Pitsiulak Co-op Association Ltd. 867-898-9975
Accepts: VISA, MasterCard/Debit Card, or ATM (Automated Teller Machine)