• Accommodation & Dining
  • Business Licence, Rates/ Lottery Licence
  • Carvers, Artisans/ Dog Team
  • Contracting Equipment, Service/ Maintenance
  • Fire Department/ By-Law Officer
  • Foxe Basin Kivalliq Sapujiyiit
  • Gravel Road Maintenance
  • Health & Wellness, Justice Outreach/ Food Coordinator
  • Network Telecommunications
  • Retail & Hardware Stores
  • Snowcross Club
  • The Agnico Eagle Mines
  • The Aqigiq HTA
  • The Department of Economic Development & Transportation
  • The Government of Nunavut
  • The Housing Association
  • The Iqalukpik Fish Plant
  • The Kajuqjuk Health Centre
  • The Kivalliq Inuit Association
  • The Legislative Assembly of Nunavut
  • The Municipal Government Services
  • The Naja Isabelle Home, Government of Nunavut
  • The Notre Dame de la Deliverance, Roman Catholic Mission
  • The Pet Transport, Immunization, Rabies/ SPCA
  • The Public Service
  • Transportation, Shipping/ Travel Agent
  • Victor Sammurtok School/ Nunavut Arctic College (Learning Centre)

Accommodation & Dining

Bed & Breakfast Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation

Ph. 867 898-9292 (Reservation)
Contact: Manager
Rates: $225.00

The Bed & Breakfast/ self-serve accommodation (three rooms), or laundry.

Tangmavik Hotel/ Inns North

Ph. 867 898-9975 (Reservation) or 867 898-9190 (Hotel)
Toll-Free Reservation: 1-(888) 866-6784
Contact: Manager
Rates: $349.00
Website: Tangmavik Hotel/ Inns North

The Hotel (nine rooms) & meals (informal kitchen), laundry, employments, cooks/ training, or airport shuttle service contact Tangmavik Hotel/ Inns North. The Hotel is adjacent to retail store.

Business Licence, Rates/ Lottery Licence

Business Licence, Rates & Lottery Licence, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet

Ph. 867 898-4600
Contact: Finance Officer
The Business licence fees ‘C’, or to obtain business licence By-law No. 60 form ‘A’ & ‘B’, and application Schedule ‘C’, or Hamlet rates Schedule ‘A’. The business premises compliance By-Law No. 60, Sanitary, Health, Zoning, Parking, Structural, or Fire Hazard conditions concern contact Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Chief Administrative Officer 1-(867) 898-4600, or Clerk.

The Municipal service rates, business licence, or business premises compliance requirements By-law No. 60 policy – Sanitary, Health, Zoning, Parking, Structural, or Fire Hazard conditions concern inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet.


Business Licence

The Business/ Tourism Outfitter operating in Chesterfield Inlet must register Business Licence, or Outfitter licence. To obtain Business Licence, or renew in Chesterfield Inlet boundary require Business Licence.

a.  Business Licence (rates)
b.  Business Licence (application)

The Business Licence – (to Register/ renew) Licence is issued by Finance Officer 1-(867) 898-4600, or inquire Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer (867) 898-4603.


Steps to Register Business Licence

a.  By-Law No. 60 Business Licence Form ‘A’ and ‘B’
b.  Business Fees Schedule ‘C’
c.  Consolidation of Hamlet Act
d.  Hamlet Rates
e.  Tourism Outfitter Licence
f.   Workers’ Safety & Compensation Commission
g.  Legal Registry, Department of Justice
h.  Registration, Government of Canada
i.   NNI Registration
j.   Commercial Lot, Community & Government Services
k.  Business Plan Steps

The Licence registration, Hamlet Act/ regulation, Tourism outfitter licence, Business plan, or Hamlet rates inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Community Economic Development Officer 1-(867) 898-4603.


Lottery Licence

a.  Licence Application
b.  Licence Fee Regulations

The Lottery Licence or fee regulation inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Chief Administrative Officer 1-(867) 898-4600, or Consumer Affairs, CG&S Toll-Free: 1-(866) 223-8139.


The Commercial or Residential tenants is responsibility of Clean Environment to maintain rental premises, or all services and facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment or Health Safety. The scrap metals – ATV parts, snowmobiles, tires, or vehicles should be disposed of metal scrap yard, or recycle containers.

Carvers, Artisans/ Dog Team

Carvers and Artisans

Ph. 867 898-4603
Contact: Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer

The Artisans or carvers contact Economic Development Officer, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet.

Dog Team Sled Day Trip

ContactDogteam Guide

The Dogteam sled day trips, excursion or rates contact Dogteam sled Guide.

Contracting Equipment, Service/ Maintenance

Aulajuq Limited

Ph. 867 898-9175
Contact: Manager

The equipment rates, hauling, snow removal, airport maintenance, or general contracting.

Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation

Ph. 867 898-9292
Fax: 867 898-9080
Contact: Chief Executive Officer
Website: Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation

The financial bookkeeping/ accounting, bobcat rental/ road maintenance, and snow removal, B&B (bed & breakfast), hardware store, school bus service, ambulance, and cartage service.

Drywall and Painting

Ph. 867 898-9837

The Drywall, paint, or taping general contract.

Fire Department/ By-Law Officer

The Fire Department & By-Law Officer

Ph. 867 898-9787 (By-Law Officer) or 867 898-4422 (Emergency)
Contact:  By-Law Officer/ Fire Chief
The Fire Department, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet practice fire drill twice a month in an emergency response, and fire rescue service drills. The volunteer meets on regular basis for weekly equipment checks, and inventory, or maintenance of fire truck, and Fire Hall including other safety drills, and first aid, to an investigation of fire scene, or fire prevention inspection, and training.

The Fire Department volunteer services, training/ road safety, or youth programs, & safety drills contact By-Law.


Fire Safety/ Youth Programs

The Municipal By-Law Officer is responsible for enforcement of community speed limits, ATV enforcement or safety, and curfew (after midnight), safety training, first aid, fire code compliance training, designated intersection of roads safety signage, or maintenance of stop signs, and speed limits. This includes inventory of fire extinguishers public buildings, Fire Hall, or youth programs, and emergency response. The Fire Department volunteer services/ training contact Fire Chief.

a.  Fire Truck/ Fire Hall (maintenance)
b.  Fire Prevention/ First Aid/ Youth Programs
c.  Fire Extinguisher/ Smoke Alarm (inventory)
d.  Road Safety/ Speed Limits/ Emergency Response/ Fire Rescue Drills

The safety services program or Municipal Training contact Community & Government Services Toll-Free: 1-844-975-5493, or Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Chief Administrative Officer 1-(867) 898-4600.


The Commercial/ Residential tenants is the responsibility of Clean Environment to maintain rental premises, or all services, and facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment, or Fire Safety.

Foxe Basin Kivalliq Sapujiyiit

The Foxe Basin Kivalliq North Sapujiyiit

Ph: 613 608-4694
Contact: Executive Director & Lead Research
Website: Sapujiyiit
The Environmental program, patrol/ shipping activity, external research, IQ, or youth programs.


Research & Training

The Foxe Basin Kivalliq North Sapujiyiit Society works and coordinate with Chesterfield Inlet, Coral Harbour, and Nauyaat on research program of the Marine Environmental Protection, Safety program, Patrol/ Shipping activity, Monitor Marine Mammals/ Wildlife, or Steward of Land & Water.

The Research, Patrol/ Search & Rescue, IQ/ Youth programs, Steward of Lands & Waters, or Environment.


Programs & Services

The Sapujiyiit program and services/ training on external research, search & rescue (volunteer), IQ/ observation on climate, or environmental protection with collaboration of Hunters Trappers Association contact Executive Director.


The Land & Water (ENVIRONMENT)

a.  External Research Program/ Climate Observation
b.  Search & Rescue/ Patrol
c.  Environmental Protection (Monitoring)
d.  Steward of Land & Water (Environment)

The Research programs & services, external researchers/ organizations, environmental monitoring, or safety/ youth training.


The Harvesters/ Outpost Camps is the responsibility of CLEAN ENVIRONMENT to maintain premises of the Lands & Waters of Clean Environment, and Management of Wildlife.

Gravel Road Maintenance

Aulajuq Ltd.

Ph. 867 898-9175 or 867 645-6962
Contact: Manager
The Heavy-Equipment/ Rates, Hauling gravel, Snow removal, or Airport maintenance.


Heavy Equipment

a.  Frontend Loader/ Dump Truck
b.  Cat/ Bobcat
c.  Snow Remover/ Road Maintenance

The Heavy-Equipment, Snow remover, or Road maintenance contact Manager (867) 898-9175.

Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation

Ph. 867 898-9292
Contact: Chief Executive Officer
The Bobcat rental/ Road maintenance/ Snow removal, Cartage service, or Ambulance.


Bobcat & Cartage Services

a.  Bobcat
b.  Cartage/ Ambulance Service
c.  Road Maintenance/ Snow Removal

The Cartage/ Ambulance services, Road maintenance, or Snow remover contact Administration (867) 898-9292.

Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet (Municipal Government)

Ph. (867) 898-4600
Contact: Foreman
The Screener/ cone Crusher, Loader/ Cat, frontend Loader/ Grader, Haul gravel, Quarry/ crush Gravel, Culvert streams, Landfill/ Sewage, Dock, Training, or Dust Suppression.


Gravel Road Maintenance

The Municipal road maintenance, crush Gravel, or Training contact Foreman (867) 898-9939, or Chief Administrative Officer (867) 898-4600 (Hamlet Office).

Health & Wellness, Justice Outreach/ Food Coordinator

Food Security Coordinator

Ph. 867 898-4600
Contact: Food Security Coordinator
Web: IKNC
The Food Security Coordinator, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet play a crucial role in overseeing and managing the community food voucher program within the community. The position is responsible for the equitable distribution of food vouchers to eligible families, maintaining accurate records, and ensuring compliance with established guidelines on the programs and services.

The Coordinator liaison training, healthy food initiatives, outreach programs resources/ workshops, or youth, and students. This include cross-cultural programs, and food related infrastructure services in partnership of organizations/ groups, and the community.

The Food Bank programs or Nutrition North visit Community Food Centres Canada, Food Bank Canada, Nunavut Food Security, or Nutrition North Program.

The Food Security Coordinator work closely with community members, and local stores to facilitate an efficient, and effective food assistance program services.

Health & Wellness Coordinator

Ph. 867 898-4608
Contact: Wellness Coordinator
Website: Department of Health
The Health & Wellness, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet promotes through Wellness programs, Elders and youth/ IQ elders program, radio program/ oral history, cultural inclusion day field trip, or traditional bannock baking, and intern wood working, recreation or physical activity/ fitness/ sport clinics, or youth centre programs.

The Facilitator coordinates infrastructure repair program, or nutrition/ cooking country food diet/ soup kitchen/ barbeque, or education/ radio show, skills development/ sewing program/ literacy, Jordans principal, or health initiatives programs and services resource inquire Wellness Coordinator.


Youth & Wellness Programs

The Health & Wellness implements wellness strategy, or Human resource program/ training, Inuit interns/ mentors to support Health committee, youth/ science camp, and delivery of Wellness or Health initiative programs intern training, and education through Department of Health.

a.  Food Nutrition/ Food Safety/ Diet/ Radio show/ Literacy/ Mentors Support
b.  Fitness/ Sports Clinic/ Healthy Weight Program
c.  Traditional Diet/ Packaged/ Process Food/ Food Labels/ Best Before Date
d.   Elders/ Youth/ Science Camp Programs/ Cultural/ IQ Program

The Health & Wellness programs & services, training or funds contact Wellness Coordinator 867-898-4608.

Justice Outreach Worker

Ph. 867 898-9045
Fax: 867 898-9043
Contact: Outreach Worker
Website: Department of Justice
The Justice Outreach, Department of Justice coordinates programs and services, or activities through Department of Justice. Provides support with Justice Committee, or coordinates local CJC diversion, and Crime prevention initiatives. Facilitate and coordinates with local justice stakeholders, RCMP Detachment/ Corrections office, Family services, youth/ elders, or Counsellor on local programs, or training.


Youth Training

The Justice Outreach deliver programs, and act as liaison on training or education through programs, or interact with youth/ elders/ other departments, committees/ counsellor, or Career Development Officer, and education i.e. Human Resource, education on training, or trades school, family services, or act as liaison on client programs.


The Outreach Programs

The Justice Outreach promotes programs and services with counselling groups sessions, or referrer to support with guidance counsellor i.e. Elders groups, crime prevention initiatives, cultural, or health initiatives programs. The Justice Outreach coordinates programs such as school visits, radio shows, crime prevention activities, training, youth/ elders programs, or referral to support groups on programs i.e. counsellors, advocacy groups, or grant programs.

a.  Mentors/ Support Program/ Radio Show/ Literacy
b.  Employment Resource/ Apprentice Programs
c.  Tutoring/ Co-Facilitator Mentorship Program/ Court Support
d.  Elders/ Youth/ Cultural/ IQ Program/ Firearm Safety Program/ Training

The Justice Outreach programs & services, training, or funds contact Outreach Coordinator 867-898-9045.

Network Telecommunications

NorthwesTel Inc.

Customer Service: Toll-Free 1-(888) 423-2333

The NorthwesTel network and telecommunication service.

Qiniq

Customer Service: Toll Free 1-(877) 686-2888

The Qiniq network, telecommunication service/ SSi Canada or customer support.

Xplornet

Customer Service: Toll-Free 1-(866) 841-6001

The Xplornet network or internet service.

Retail & Hardware Stores

Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation Hardware Store

Ph. 867 898-9292
Fax: 867 898-9080
Contact: Manager
Website: Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation
The retail store/ hardware, tools/ lumber, general merchandise assortments, frozen meat/ arctic char/ smoke char (Kivalliq Arctic Foods Ltd.), or aftermarket snowmobile parts.

Store Hours:  Monday to Friday: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Northern Store

Ph. 867 898-9920
Fax: 867 898-9160
Contact: Manager
Website: Northern Store
The retail store, hardware/ tools, ATM, offer groceries, fresh produce or meat, and general merchandise assortment, or inventory includes men’s, ladies, children’s clothing, footwear, general housewares, pet products, stationery, toys, sporting goods, stereo equipment or furniture, coffee self-serve, water dispenser service, and Canada Post.

The retail, warehouse and distribution careers, Nutrition North subsidy program, Northern Store services and programs, or employments contact The North West Company.

Store Hours:  Monday to Friday: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
                            Saturday: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm & Sunday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Pitsiulak Co-operatives Ltd. est. 1971

Ph. 867 898-9975
Fax: 867 898-9056
Contact: Manager
Website: Arctic Co-operatives Ltd.
The retail store, hardware/ tools, fuel service contract (petroleum products division), cable television service, ATM, offer variety assortment of groceries, fresh produce or meat, and general merchandise assortment or inventory – includes men’s, ladies, children’s clothing, footwear, general housewares, pet products, stationary, toys, sporting goods, stereo equipment, arts & crafts, coffee self-serve, or furniture.

The retail management career or assistant, Inns North Hotel cook, program service, mission objectives, directors, funds, employments and training, or Northern Images contact Arctic Co-operatives Ltd.


Co-op Programs/ Training

The ACL programs & services, education/ training, employments, economic growth, human resources, quality market products and merchandise, arts & crafts or local resource, Co-operatives membership, community social and economic development strategy, roles and responsibility mandate. The Co-op comprised of eight local elected Directors that oversee services of the retail sales/ revenue/ hotel or cook, 3-plex, or petro contract service on behalf of the Pitsiulak Co-op members to sustain socio-economic development/ infrastructure, training/ support service, or employments.

The Co-op environmental/ reduce waste program, nutrition north subsidy program, training/ employment/ customer service, arts & crafts market, or infrastructure funds, and retail sales/ revenue/ hotel governance model operations contact Manager, or inquire District Support Advisor, ACL Headquarters – Kivalliq (204) 697-2243, Winnipeg, MB.

Store Hours:  Monday to Friday: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm                                                                                                                                                                Saturday: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm & Sunday: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm


The Commercial/ Residential tenants is responsibility of Clean Environment to maintain rental premises, or all services, & facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment, or Health Safety.

Snowcross Club

Snowcross Club

Ph: 867 898-4600
Contact: Chesterfield Inlet Snowmobile Club
The registration $350.00, schedule, category laps/ trail, or safety gear/ regulations contact the Chesterfield Inlet Snowmobile Club. The annual spring snow-cross schedule – May 6th to 7th.

The spring snowmobile club schedule, registration, or category trail laps visit Chesterfield Inlet snowmobile club.


Trail-Snowcross

The Snowmobile circuit four-kilometres – Juniors 10, Masters 15, Seniors 15, Simi Final 8, and Qualifying 12 run.

Safety gear: Helmet, TekVest, Goggles, and Gloves.

The Agnico Eagle Mines

The Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.

Ph. 867 898-4606
Contact: Community Liaison Officer (Human Resource)
Website: Agnico Eagle Nunavut
The AEM training, workplace safety/ work readiness programs, employment/ environmental, or grant programs, and sealift.

The AEM work safety/ work readiness programs, employments/ training, or grants contact AEM Liaison Officer.


AEM Employment/ Training

The AEM Liaison Officer/ Human Resource contract under Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet is responsible of Agnico Eagle Mines programs and services, training/ career, employments, socio-economic, development, Meadowbank and Meliadine mines, development projects, community consultations, or sponsor/ grant programs.

The Meadowbank/ Meliadine mines, human resource/ IIBA, training, or AEM programs visit Agnico Eagle Mines.


The Human Resource Programs

The Agnico Eagle Mines pre-trades/ apprentice programs, IIBA labour force/ human resource development, mentorship/ workshop, business support/ skills development, general contract, roads/ sealift, leadership & innovative workplace safety.

a.  Pre-Employment Training/ Career/ Employment
b.  Environmental Program/ Workplace Safety
c.  Business Support & Skills Development/ Tender/ AEM Grants
d.  Sealift/ Shipping/ Meadowbank/ Meliadine

The AEM coordinates social/ environmental programs, work readiness/ workplace safety programs, cross cultural/ resource, or road/ sealift, and employer services.

The AEM programs and services, environment, employment/ training, business support, or funds contact Liaison.

The Aqigiq HTA

The Aqigiq Hunters Trappers Association

Ph. 867 898-9063
Fax: 867 898-9079
Contact: Secretary
Website: Nunavut Wildlife Management Board
The Aqigiq HTA promotes awareness of wildlife management/ research, marine conservation/ harvesting, training on first aid/ safety, environmental management program, Kivalliq Wildlife Board funds, or updates on HTA goals & objectives/ socio-economic, or Fish Plant commercial fishery programs & services visit Aqigiq Hunters Trappers Association.

The wildlife/ marine conservation, or environmental management programs, and training contact HTA Secretary.

The HTO administer sustainable resource practices on environmental impacts, or coordinates public consultations on harvesting/ migratory birds, wildlife, or marine mammal mandates/ conservation.


HTA Programs & Services

The HTA implement programs, or promotes safe, and sustainable harvesting practices through education/ IQ mentorship program, Kivalliq Wildlife Board programs & services/ training on harvesting study, marine conservation, wildlife/ migratory birds research with Fisheries & Sealing programs, or Nunavut Wildlife Management Board programs, and DIO funds.

a.  Nunavut Wildlife Management Board
b.  Department of Environment
c.  Nunavut Research Institute
d.  Fisheries & Oceans Canada
e.  Beverly & Qamanirjuaq, Caribou Management
f.   Nunavut Hunter Safety Course
g.  Ukkusiksalik National Park
h.  Wildlife Monitoring
i.    Steward of Land & Water (Environment)

The HTA coordinates programs & services through Kivalliq Wildlife Board, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, campuses/ biologist research, Fisheries & Oceans Canada, Environment, or Fisheries, Department of ED&T.


Environmental Management/ Wildlife Monitoring

The Hunters Trappers Association coordinates DIO programs, or mandate of departments, and act as liaison. Provides resource on wildlife, marine mammals, migratory birds, caribou migration, caribou calving grounds, fish habitat/ char quota, wildlife research/ monitoring program, fishery research, stewardship of environmental management, traditional place names, or country food harvest. The DFO Savaqjuar research visit CSP Research.

The marine ecosystem, wildlife board/ training, wildlife management/ wildlife monitoring to protection of environment, or policy development visit Nunavut Wildlife Management Board.


Training Programs

The research programs & services visit WWF, Salmon Research, Nunavut Coastal Inventory, Caribou Management Board, Kivalliq Wildlife Board, Nunavut Aquatic Monitoring Program/ Nunavut Research, or Nunavut Wildlife Management Board.

The HTA programs & services, or training inquire Secretary, or Executive Director (867) 645-4860, KWB, Kivalliq.


The Harvesters/ Outpost Camps is the responsibility of CLEAN ENVIRONMENT to maintain premises of the Lands & Waters of Clean Environment, and Management of Wildlife.

The Department of Economic Development & Transportation

Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer

The Department of Economic Development & Transportation programs or grants for business, arts & crafts, to register a business with WSCC, Canada Revenue Agency, insurance, Outfitter licence, business licence/ Regulation, or Commercial lot. The Guide to Start a Business, business plan, cashflow/ funds, or loan inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, CEDO 1-(867) 898-4603.

The Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer will provide resource on programs, Outfitter permit, or to Register a business licence/ policy, or insurance. The Business/ Tourism Outfitter operating in Chesterfield Inlet must register Business licence/ Tourism permit.

Below you will find a short description of programs.

a.  Small Business Support
b.  Arts & Crafts Development
c.  Strategic Investment Program
d.  Community Tourism & Cultural Industries
e.  Tourism Outfitter Licence

The programs and services visit Department of Economic Development & Transportation.


Steps to register Business licence, Insurance/ Commercial Lot

a.  Register Business, Workers’ Safety & Compensation Commission
b.  Register Business, Canada Revenue Agency
c.  Business License ‘B’, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet
d.  Business Fees ‘C’, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet
e.  Business Insurance
f.   Legal Registry, Department of Justice
g.  Commercial Lot, Community & Government Services
h.  Tourism Outfitter Licence
i.   NNI Business Registry
j.   Business Plan

To register business licence, Outfitter licence, insurance/ policy, or commercial lot inquire Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer 1-(867) 898-4603.


Programs and Services

a.  Government of Nunavut
b.  Service Canada
c.  CanNor
d.  Kivalliq Inuit Association
e.  Canada Business Network, Small Business Support Program
f.   Department of Economic Development & Transportation
g.  Tourism Establishment & Outfitter Licence
h.  Kivalliq Mine Training Society
i.   Federation of Canadian Municipalities
j.   Infrastructure Canada
k.  Kivalliq Chamber of Commerce

The Federal & Territorial Programs, Outfitter Licence, or Training.


Loan Programs

a.  Atuqtuarvik Corporation
b.  Nunavut Business Credit Corporation
c.  Kivalliq Business Development Centre
d.  First Nations Bank of Canada

The Government of Nunavut

Conservation Officer

Ph. 867 898-9130
Fax: 867 898-9135
Contact: Conservation Officer
Website: Department of Environment
The Conservation Officer coordinates to ensure compliance with/ administer policy, and guidelines of Department of Environment regulations or protection. The Department of Environment enforce provision of the Environmental protection, acts/ regulations, and orders made under the acts. The Conservation Officer issue fishing licence.

The caribou licence, tourism outfitters/ tour operator, or fishing licence contact Department of Environment.

Facility Maintenance I & II

Ph. 867 898-9914
Fax: 867 898-9064
Contact: Maintenance I & II
Website: Community and Government Services
The Community Government & Services maintenance of Public works & services maintains GN buildings (maintenance) of the Victor Sammurtok School, Naja Isabelle Home, Health Centre, Nunavut Arctic College, Conservation office, or School bus.

The CG&S Maintenance Public works & services (GN buildings) contact Maintenance.

Family Services

Ph. 867 898-9274
Fax: 867 898-9600
Contact: Income Support Officer
Website: Family Services
The Income Support Officer works and coordinate with interagency such as Adult Educator, EDO, school Staff, Career development, community groups/ liaisons, or Human Resource, and organizations.

The Family Services coordinates community career resource on client employment, or training to individuals, or families by providing programs, and services through interagency groups to support, or promotes wellness for clients.


Career Programs

The Income Support develop working relationship with community, and regional services that may be refer to Social Worker/ Alcohol & Drug Coordinator, Justice Outreach Worker, Adult Educator, school Staff/ Career Development, Human Resource, Liaison’s, or Student Financial Assistance, and campus registry programs.

The Family Services develops or coordinates local services such as network support, update client resume on courses, or individuals to access education/ training, volunteer, or employment. The career development programs and services visit Family Services.

The Family Services programs, training/ employments contact Income Support Officer 1-(800) 953-8516.

Government Liaison Officer

Ph. 867 898-9019
Fax: 867 898-9121
ContactGovernment Liaison Officer
Website: Executive & Intergovernmental Affairs
The Nunavut Government program & services, training funds/ drivers licence, or written road test.


GN Rates & Drivers Test

The vehicle/ ATV registration, road test, training, or Canadian drivers licence reference guide, and passport application contact Government Liaison Officer, or inquire Motor Vehicles Services, Department of Economic Development & Transportation Toll-Free 1-888-975-5999.


Licence, Road Test/ Passport

a.  Drivers Test $30.25
b.  Learners Licence $68.40
c.  Road Test $30.25
d.  Class 5 fee $15.40
e.  Passport
f.   Licence renewal ATV/ Vehicle registration $68.40

The GLO programs & services, drivers licence/ written/ road test/ licence renewal, drivers reference guide, funds, or training contact GLO Office, or inquire Motor Vehicles Division, Kivalliq Regional Office 1-(867) 645-8466.

Qulliq Energy Corporation

Ph. 867 898-1201
Toll-Free: 1-(800) 491-8116
Website: Qulliq Energy Corporation
E-mail: Customer Care

The QEC utilities/ services, employment, or net meter program contact Customer Care 1-(866) 710-4200.

Social Service Worker

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Social Service Worker
Website: Family Services
The Social Service coordinates with local health staff on counselling, or programs with support groups/ mental Health Care, and Career development, or campus resource programs. The Social Worker refer clients with resource programs & services such as Career Development, Adult Educator, or Human Resource on training, education, or employment. This include IQ programs, or radio show.

The Social Worker facilitate support groups, individuals and family, or group counseling. The Hospice and palliative care support through CSSW initiative program, and services, or promotes health, and poverty reduction program with various interagency services, or foodbank programs.


Programs & Services

The referrer to Career development, training agencies, Human Resource/ College program, and services available to family/ individuals through liaison, campuses, student counsellor/ College Learning centre/ Trades, sport programs, or student funds, and training programs.

The Social Service coordinates clients on programs such as the Liaison Coordinator, Human Resource/ employments, elders/ youth programs, Career development, or College, and training.

The Family Services programs, training, or employments contact Social Services.

The Housing Association

Foreman

Ph. 867 898-9979
Fax: 867 898-9091
Contact: Foreman
Website: Nunavut Housing Corporation
The Housing maintenance services/ inventory of public housing units, Government of Nunavut staff housing/ Elders apartment, or homeowners program contact Foreman.

The Public housing, Elders home/ GN staff units, or homeowners maintenance program contact Foreman.

Maintenance Management System Clerk

Ph. 867 898-9942
Contact: Maintenance System Clerk
Website: Nunavut Housing Corporation
The Housing maintenance service and tenants workorder, Housing garage/ workshop inventory, condition rating inspection, preventive maintenance of public housing, GN staff units and elders home.

The Public housing/ Elders home/ GN staff units, homeowners program, or maintenance contact MMOS Clerk.

Manager

Ph. 867 898-9942
Fax: 867 898-9091
Contact: Manager
Website: Nunavut Housing Corporation
The Housing manager administers public housing and GN staff units, or Elders Home, and maintenance services. Act as liaison on GN staff housing, public housing, homeownership program, Elders Home, or manages maintenance services, inventory, and renovation program of the public housing/ homeownership programs/ GN staff housing, or Elders Home.

a.  Public Housing
b.  Staff Housing
c.  Homeownership

The Housing is made up of seven elected Directors. The Housing programs & services, homeownership programs, employments, or training contact Manager.

Secretary Clerk

Ph. 867 898-9942
Fax: 867 898-9091
Contact: Secretary-Clerk
Website: Nunavut Housing Corporation
The Public housing and GN staff units, or Elders home, inventory and maintenance services, housing programs, or board members contact Clerk.

The Housing programs and services, or maintenance contact Secretary-Clerk.

Tenant Relations Officer

Ph. 867 898-9942
Fax: 867 898-9091
Contact: Tenant Relations Officer
Website: Nunavut Housing Corporation
The Public housing and GN staff housing, or Elders home, housing rents or rates updates, renovation program, emergency repairs or home repairs, and maintenance program, inventory or inspection maintenance of public housing units. The GN staff units, Elders home/ Public housing units, or Homeowners programs and services contact TRO, or Kivalliq District Office 867 857-3150, Nunavut Housing Corporation.

The Public housing/ GN Units/ Elders Home, renovation/ Homeowners program, or repairs contact TRO.


The Commercial or Residential tenants is responsibility of Clean Environment to maintain rental premises, or all services, and facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment, or Health Safety. The Scrap metals on ATV/ snowmobile parts, tires, or vehicles should be disposed of metal scrap yard, or recycle container.

The Iqalukpik Fish Plant

Iqalukpik Fish Plant, Commercial Fishery est. 1985

Ph. 867 898-9402
Contact: Manager
The Iqalukpik Fish Plant arctic char commercial fishery contact Manager, or Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer 867 898-4603. To register commercial Fishing Licence contact Conservation Officer 867 898-9130, Department of Environment.


Commercial Fishery

The Iqalukpik Fish Plant commercial fishery process freshly caught arctic char seven days or week June to September with two fish plant workers managing freshly harvested arctic char with local fishermen. The freshly caught char is whole dressed, and clean before delivered to plant for analyze, clean, weighed, and stored in two freezer units, or trailer. Then each packaged is process, and weighed 50 lbs. to 60 lbs. before ship twice a week to another commercial market distributor for process of the Kivalliq Arctic Foods Ltd.


The Iqalukpik Fish Plant

The Iqalukpik Fish Plant commercial fishery is able to process arctic char up to 22,000 lbs., or extra quota annually determine on commercial fishing season. The plant produces part-time employments with local fish plant fishery, and commercial fishermen with quota in Chesterfield Inlet waters. The plant provides service to local commercial fishery over thirty-seven years to sustain socio-economic development fishery in the Kivalliq region.

The Iqalukpik Fish Plant commercial fishery contact Community Economic Development Officer 867 898-4603.


Fishery Program

The Fisheries research programs, Small Craft Harbour, Infrastructure, Tender, Coastal resource, Sustainable to Economic Development, Commercial quota, or Species visit Fisheries & Oceans, Arctic SalmonDepartment of Economic Development & Transportation, or Infrastructure Canada.

The Fishery programs & services visit the Department of Economic Development & Transportation.


The Harvesters/ Outpost Camps is the responsibility of CLEAN ENVIRONMENT to maintain premises of the Lands & Waters of Clean Environment, and Management of Wildlife.

The Kajuqjuk Health Centre

Caretaker

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact Caretaker
Website: Department of Health
The Caretaker provides general assistance to the Health Centre such as interpreting as needed, and courier/ function member of Health Care team i.e. supervisor, health programs, community nurse, support staff, and other members of the Health team or custodian duties, security, as well as routine building, equipment and vehicle maintenance.

The caretaker programs and service, or employments contact Health Centre.

Children’s Oral Health Coordinator

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact Children’s Oral Health Coordinator
Website: Department of Health
The Children’s Oral Health Coordinator program provides priority dental care, works in partnership with local members or health services, and schools to increase oral health knowledge, raise awareness of pathways to dental care, provides cultural awareness training to SA dental service staff, supports a range of community health events, or programs to promote oral health. Information on children’s oral health program services, or employment.

Clerk Interpreter I & II

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Clerk Interpreter I & II
Website: Department of Health
The Inuktitut interpreter/ updates on public health programs, and services, or employments contact Health Centre.

Community Health Nurse I & II

Ph. 867-898-9968
Contact: Health Nurse I & II
Website: Department of Health
The Community Health Nurse provides community health services in collaboration of healthcare team served individuals or families at Health Centre. The Health Nurse assists clients in promotion, protection and restoration of health in order to prevent/ provision of health interventions (health promotion, occupational health and safety, public health, community development to therapeutic treatment) to implement direct association on health status of clients, and the community.

Demonstrates awareness of Inuit culture and traditions and incorporating this knowledge into practice, recognize or react to cultural differences in the delivery of client education services, as part of the Health Care team participates in ongoing evaluation of community Health programs and services, modifying programs for appropriateness or act as resource to community health representative, or conduct wide variety of specialty public health clinics i.e. Health education classes or sessions, and school health care programs etc.

The local Health Nurse Programs and services, or Registered Nurse employments.

Community Health Representative

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Health Representative
Website: Department of Health
The Health program coordinator promotes health education in schools and public by identifying health education needs, organizing or planning, and providing group education sessions with variety of health topics using multimedia tools i.e. weekly radio shows, sourcing or providing health education resources, designing and assisting in production of health education materials or cultural.

The Health representative assists individuals in a variety of settings to learn about health lifestyles for individuals or family on counselling, and to function as a liaison between health care team, and members to maintain active relationship with other agencies involved in the community health, and well being i.e. health committees, interagency, women’s groups, or hamlet councils.

The Health representative programs and services, or employments visit Health Centre.

Head Nurse I & II

Ph. 867 898-9968
Fax: 867 898-9122
Contact: Head Nurse I & II
Website: Department of Health
The Nurses administration I & II works with community Health Nurses to provide administration, or Nursing services in expanded role to all clients, such as individuals, families, groups, and the community. The Nurse manages provision of medical services to Liaisons work development, maintain cooperative, and effective relationships with physicians, or other agencies, administration, Inuit organizations, or community interagency i.e. participates in interagency meetings to plan, implement and evaluate joint projects related to Health or plan, controlling and coordinating the provisions of community Health programs, and services in a designated service area.

This includes assess staff training plans, development needs to recommending training plans, providing orientation, guidance support, and training as required, or implement approved activities related to quality assurance programs etc.

The Health services and programs, employments, or Nursing visit Nunavut Nurses.

Home & Community Care Worker I & II

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Home & Community Care worker I & II
Website: Department of Health
The Homecare worker assist clients under the direction of home care nurse or program supervisor of household management according to an establish client care plan, or assists clients to maintain independence or function in their home environment, and carry out client care service plans by following predetermined task list.

The Home and Care worker service programs, or employments contact Health Centre.

House Keeper

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: House Keeper
Website: Family Services
The House Keeper or Laundry aide is responsible for day-to-day housekeeping and laundry services of care facility, linen services to ensure cleanliness, tidiness of the care facility to improve hygienic, or clean environment. The house keeping and laundry duties are provided for the residents, as well as the employees by assignment.

The house keeper program services, or employments contact Health Centre.

Mental Health & Addictions Health (Youth Coordinator)

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact Youth Program Facilitator
Website: The Department of Health
The MHA Youth Program Facilitator will provide general support and advocacy to help children and youth meet their needs by developing and facilitating community-based programs. The incumbent will be delivering programs for youth that focus on wellness themes, such as building healthy relationships, positive coping skills, effective communication, and social-emotional understanding.

The MHA Youth Program Facilitator is responsible for working closely with the health care team and community organizations to promote mental health wellness amongst youth in the community.

Mental Health Nurse I & II

Ph. 867 898-9240
Fax: 867 898-9122
Contact: Mental Health Nurse
Website: Department of Health
The Health Nurse counsellor of the Keewatin Health and Social Services coordinates programs. The mental health nurse supports or liaison health professionals in assisting counselling clients to access services with primary health care or provides options of counselling program. Provides essential health related advice on programs or services in collaboration such as coordinator or counsellor, act as liaison on programs and services to initiate or assurance of positive public relation.

Interact or coordinates programs and services through liaison or interagency program support, participates with internal and external committees or program coordinator or liaison. Include educators such as elders group/ committee or mentors to apply cultural programs, knowledge value and traditions or resource programs where possible.

The programs and services, or employments visit Health Centre.

Pediatrics

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Pediatrics
Website: Department of Health
The Pediatrics coordinates physical or social health promotion and prevention or detection and management of physical, behavioural development, mental or emotional, environmental and social to communication with patients, families, teachers, or social service worker to provide effective pediatric care. Pediatricians work closely with a large network of physicians and other health care professionals. The responsibilities of those in pediatric nursing may vary based on work setting environment and specialty.

General pediatric nurses often assist doctors during their visits or when working on patient care teams or private practices. Pediatric nurses may specialize in their care of youth. Pediatric may also teach and educate, or provide professional consultations and develop youth care programs.

The Pediatrics, or Health programs and services, or employments contact Health Centre.

Records Clerk/ Interpreter

Ph. 867 898-9968
Contact: Records Clerk/ Interpreter
Website: Department of Health
The Records Clerk/ Inuktitut Interpreter, public health programs, and services, or employments contact Health Centre.

The Kivalliq Inuit Association

Community Engagement Facilitator

Ph. 867 898-9159
Contact: Community Engagement Facilitator
Website: Kivalliq Inuit Association
The Community Engagement Facilitator is a liaison between the KIA, and Fisheries & Oceans to ensure that marine protected area of interest is supported through Designated Inuit Organizations mandates/ community. The Facilitator administer KIA meetings, or info on conference centre, or workshop.

The KIA conference centre, workshop/ training, or schedule meeting contact KIA Community Facilitator.


Workshop/ Training

The Community Facilitator act as liaison between KIA, organizations/ DFO, or local members on workshops/ conference, or programs and services. This include public notice/ schedule meetings, training, or liaison between KIA and Fisheries & Oceans/ Designated Inuit Organizations, or departments, and public on marine protected areas.

a.  Conference/ Workshop
b.  Kitchen/ Canteen

The KIA Facilitator act as liaison between KIA, and Fisheries & Oceans, DIO’s/ Departments, or the Public. The conference, kitchen/ canteen contact Kivalliq Inuit Association.

Kivalliq Inuit Association

Ph. 867 898-9159
Fax: 867 898-9161
Contact: Liaison Officer
Website: Kivalliq Inuit Association
The Community Liaison Officer administer cultural program, contribution to small business, artisan/ seamstresses and training, carpentry/ wood industrial shop, land-based program, Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated program and services, or NTI enrollment.

The KIA conference centre, kitchen/ canteen, workshop, or artisan/ seamstresses program contact CLO.


Programs & Services

The KIA program and services, cultural visitors centre/ conference centre, kitchen/ canteen, food bank/ cultural food prep program, or Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. resource provisions of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement contact Kivalliq Inuit Association.

a.  Exhibit/ Arts Display
b.  Artisans/ Sewing/ Workshop/ Woodworking
c.  Conference Centre/ Lobby
d.  Kitchen/ Canteen/ Food Prep

The Workshop, artisans/ seamstresses program, kitchen/ canteen, or conference contact Kivalliq Inuit Association. The KIA programs & services, or Cultural Visitor’s Centre contact CLO 1-(867) 898-9159.

The Legislative Assembly of Nunavut

The Minister of Legislative Assembly, Rankin Inlet North & Chesterfield Inlet

Ph. (867) 898-9260
Contact: MLA Rankin Inlet North & Chesterfield Inlet 
Website: MLA Rankin Inlet North & Chesterfield Inlet
The MLA assistant contact Chesterfield Inlet Constituency Assistant Office
1-(867) 898-9260, or Rankin Inlet Constituency Assistant Office 1-(867) 645-4900.


The Constituency Assistant Office

The MLA provides information to Constituents, coordinates activities, or guidance of Members in the Constituency/ Cabinets, or Standing Committees, and the Premier. The MLA consults members of Chesterfield Inlet, and Mayor, Councillors, or Chief Administrative Officer on local issues/ Municipal Affairs & services, or infrastructure.

The Constituency assist support to Members, Municipal Government, and its riding, or to designated Constituents access to Members information, and the Legislative Assembly.


Programs & Services

a.  The Legislative Assembly of Nunavut
b.  Government of Nunavut

The Legislative Assembly, or Government of Nunavut programs and services, or employments.

The Municipal Government Services

Water, Sewage/ Garbage Service, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet

Ph. 867 898-4600 (Hamlet Office) or 867 898-9939 (Foreman)
Contact: Hamlet Clerk (weekdays) for service
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (water, sewage/ garbage truck)                                                                         Saturday – Sunday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (water, or sewage truck)
The Heavy Equipment rates – schedule ‘A’, cat, loader, dump truck, or grader, roads maintenance, or dust control, mechanics (I & II), parking garage, warehouse/ inventory, preventative maintenance, quarry, culverts, freezer, reservoir, pump house, or mobile cone crusher, and screener.

The Municipal services, gravel/ road maintenance, dust suppression, or crusher contact Hamlet Foreman, or CAO.


Landfill/ Metal Scrap Yard

The Municipal maintenance, landfill/ fence, metal and lumber scrap yard, sewage lagoon, recycle containers, battery, propane tank/ used oil, dock, or environmental program soil, and water quality weekly test samples. The scrap metals such as atv parts, snowmobiles, tires, or vehicles should be disposed of metal scrap yard, or recycle containers.

The Municipal services & programs, equipment rates, recycle/ land cleanup (environment), or training inquire Hamlet of Chesterfield InletChief Administrative Officer 867 898-4600.


The Municipal Service Rates

  • Garage Service: Vehicle service labour 100.00/hour, tire repair & business vehicles 99.75/hour,                                                  towing 150.00/half hour, or welding 75.00/hour.
  • Equipment: Front end loader with operator 400.00/hour, dozer with operator 450.00/hour,                                               grader with operator 300.00/hour, or dump truck 10 yd. with operator 250.00/hour.
  • Quarry Material: Crushed gravel 146.00/m3, screened gravel 125.00/m3, or pit-run unscreened                                                  70.00/m3.

The programs and services contact Community & Government Services, Municipal Training Organization, Municipal Career/ Jobs, or Federation of Canadian Municipalities.


The Commercial/ Residential tenants is the responsibility of CLEAN Environment to maintain rental premises, or all services and facilities provided of (Lot) to tenancy of Clean Environment, or Health Safety.

The Naja Isabelle Home, Government of Nunavut

The Naja Isabelle Home

Ph. 867 898-9290
Fax: 867 898-9288
Contact: Director of Care
Website: Naja Isabelle Home
The Naja Isabelle Home is administered under Pimakslirvik Corporation with Department of Family Services, Government of Nunavut. The Home Care is a 24/7 Care Home facility for children or adults with special needs, provides service to residents of Nunavut. Students or post bridge nursing trainees receive work experience in a modern Home Care facility of 38 staffs.

The Home Care placement program provide students, or nursing trainees opportunity to integrate in a cross-cultural based nursing skills employment, and certificate training in a supervised work environment with travel on route covered.

The Home Care programs & services, practical Nurses, RN Nurses/ LPNs, or employments contact Director of Care.


Home Care Programs & Services

The Employments in Practical Nurses, RN (Registered Nurses), LPNs (Licence Practical Nurses), intern, or training programs through students programs College/ University Home Care credit programs and services, kitchen/ canteen cooks, employments, and training contact Director of Care, Naja Isabelle Home.

The Naja Isabelle modern Homecare with 35 staffs open June 2005, replaced Ste. Therese’s Hospital est. 1930’s.


Employments/ Training

a.  Registered Nurses/ Licensed Practical Nurses
b.  Occupational/ Physical Therapists
c.  Activity Aids/ Speech Pathologists
d.  Respite Care/ Medical Service (escort)
e.  Home Care Work Experience/ Training/ Aids/ Cooks
f.   Student Nurse Internship Program (work experience)

The Home Care Programs & Services, Training, or Employments contact Naja Isabelle Home 1-867 898-9290.

The Pimakslirvik Corporation

Ph. 867 898-9292
Fax: 867 898-9080
Contact: Chief Executive Officer
Website: Pimakslirvik Corporation
The modern Homecare residence for children/ adults with special needs, serves residence of Nunavut through the Department of Family Services, Government of Nunavut.

The Pimakslirvik Corporation manages the Arviat Group Home of 25 staffs, and Naja Isabelle Home 38 employees with Travel on route covered.


Home Care Nursing & Services

The Homecare licensed practical Nursing, training and interns, or RNs (Registered Nurses), and LPNs (Licence Practical Nurses) work placements programs, Nursing students accredited programs College/ University, or Naja Isabelle Home programs and services, kitchen/ canteen cooks, employments, and training contact Pimakslirvik Corporation.

The Programs & Services, Registered Nurses/ LPNs, Training, or Employments contact Pimakslirvik Corporation.

The Notre Dame de la Deliverance, Roman Catholic Mission

The Notre Dame de la Deliverance, Roman Catholique Mission, est. 1912

Ph. 867 898-9197
Fax: 867 898-9196
Contact: R.C. Mission
CICH 93.3 FM  Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Eucharist  Monday – Friday: 4:00 pm & 7:30 pm & Sunday: 10:30 am & 7:30 pm
Church school  Monday – Saturday: 4:00 pm & Sunday: 2:00 pm
The service and programs, Parish committee, youth programs and volunteer service/ food bank, or Society of Saint Vincent de Paul contact our Roman Catholic Mission church. After service on Sunday’s church lobby, join us – The Soup kitchen, or welcome for a coffee, tea, or snacks.

The Church service, youth programs, volunteer service/ food bank, or Parish committee contact R.C. Mission.


The Notre Dame de la Delivrance History

The original Roman Catholic Mission built September 1912, later added a pool hall, now R.C. Mission residence. In 1964, R.C. Mission built another church, and expanded a two story building, now consist of church, small chapel, office, lobby/ classroom, residence, and resource library. The Diocese of Churchill Hudson Bay rebuild its R.C. Mission 2019 – 2023, the second church built, 1964. The Church is adjacent to Diocese residence, and workshop, previously converted to youth centre, 2002.

a.  Church/ Small Chapel/ Grotto
b.  Lobby/ Classroom/ Office
c.  Residence/ Workshop/ Foodbank

The Notre Dame de la Delivrance R.C. Mission est. 1912, name after a church the Basilica of Notre Dame de la Delivrance in Normandy, France.

The original Bell raised on the Bell tower, still often used up to date before service. The Bell rings quarter to ten Sunday’s, you might hear in distance. Welcome, walk-in the Light!

The Pet Transport, Immunization, Rabies/ SPCA

Pet Transportation, Immunization, Rabies/ SPCA

Ph. 867 898-4603
Contact: Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer
The Puppies or Dogs (Huskies or mixed-Breeds) for adoption, need good families to care for them, why not consider adopting one as a Pet. Puppies or dogs available for adoption on our Pet Adoption. Information on Transporting pets, Winnipeg shelter, Pet immunization, SPCA, animal Hospital or Humane Society, Veterinaries, and important Rabies information, or vaccines contact Community Economic Development Officer ph. 867-898-4600, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet.

The services or supplies on leases, collars, kennels, or dog foods visit Pets, Rabies vaccines, or Pet Products. The rabies vaccines Dog or Puppies (12 or 18 weeks of age) contact Health Centre 1-(867) 898-9968. The Rabies VACCINE, or DOG and PUPPY (12 to 18 weeks of age) rabies VACCINATION.

The Puppies or Dogs programs and services, rabies vaccines, training or vet’s visit Pet Adoption, or inquire Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer 1-(867) 898-4603.


The SPCA, Animal Hospital/ Humane Society

a.  SPCA of Western Quebec
b.  NWT SPCA
c.  TUXEDO Animal Hospital
d.  Iqaluit Humane Society
e.  Grant Park Animal Hospital
f.   Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
g.  K9 Advocates Manitoba
h.  Eric Margolis Family Foundation
i.  Pet Travel/ Cargo

The programs and services, or training visit SPCA, Animal Hospital, or Humane Society.

The Public Service

CBC Radio 107.10 FM

Ph. 867 898-4600
Contact: Chesterfield Inlet Economic Development Officer
Website: CBC North

The CBC Radio FM 107.10 Mhz broadcast, radio programs and services visit CRTC & Telecommunications.

Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation

Ph. 867 898-9292
Fax: 867 898-9080
Contact: Chief Executive Officer
Website: Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation
The Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation administer Pimakslirvik Corporation, and Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation. The Pimakslirvik Corporation manage the Naja Isabelle Home Care (38 staffs), and Arviat Group Home (25 staffs).

The road maintenance, ambulance service/ cargo, hardware store, country food sales/ frozen meat, and bed & breakfast contact Chesterfield Inlet Holding Corporation.

The Hardware, cargo services, or employments contact Chesterfield Inlet Development Corporation.

Chesterfield Inlet R.C.M.P. Detachment

Ph. 867 898-0123 (Office) or 898-1111 (Emergency)
Fax: 867 898-9235
Contact: Community Constable
Website: RCMP Detachment
Service: Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
The programs and services, careers in civilian employee, community constable and recruitment, firearms training program or safety, licence application, renewal or register of firearms, criminal record check, or part-time employment contact Chesterfield Inlet Detachment Office.

The programs and services, training, or employment contact local RCMP Detachment Office 867 898-0123.

CICH 93.3 FM, Hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet

Ph. 867 898-9934
Fax: 867 898-9108
Contact: CICH 93.3 FM
Radio Station: Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

The CICH 93.3 FM – Sigjaqpaluk, local news program, 24/7 music station, or public notice.

Family Support Worker

Ph. 867 898-9066
Fax: 867 898-9067
Contact: Support Worker
Website: Pulaarvik Kablu Friendship Centre
The Support worker coordinates cultural program, organized local events, assist human resource program/ training workshops, or youth and Elders program.

The Family support worker program and services contact program coordinator.

Pairivik Daycare Centre

Ph. 867 898-9712
Fax: 867 898-9703
Contact: Manager
The Early childhood Daycare programs and services, employment, subsidy/ early childhood program, training/ funds contact Kivalliq Inuit Association, Department of Education, or Family Services.

The Early childhood Daycare programs and services, funds/ licensed program, or training contact Manager.

Pigiarvik Wellness Committee

Ph. 867 898-9420
Fax: 867 898-9421
Contact: Wellness Coordinator

The Pigiarvik Wellness Committee elders or youth program services.

Pitsiulak Co-operatives Limited

Ph. 867 898-9981
Fax: 867 898-9056
Contact: Manager
Website: Arctic Co-opertives Limited

Cable television service or advertisement

Simik Taxi

Ph. 867 210-0359
Contact: Taxi service

The Taxi service 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, rates airport (20.00) or community (5.00).

Transportation, Shipping/ Travel Agent

Arctic Gateway Group

Toll Free: (888) 445-1112
General Inquiries: info@arcticgateway.com
Website: Arctic Gateway Group

Freight services, Hudson Bay rail, and port of Churchill

 

Calm Air International LP

Ph. 867 898-9104
Reservations Toll-Free: 1-(800) 839-2256
General Inquiries: 1-(888) 225-6247
Website: Calm Air

Scheduled flights, charters, courier, travel agent, shipping, COVID-19 updates, or recycle program.

Desgagnes Transarctik Inc.

Toll Free: 1-(866) 732-5438
Contact: NSSI Cargo
Website: Nunavut Sealink and Supply Inc.

Nunavut Sealink and Supply Inc. cargo or customer service, destination and delivery, booking, or schedule and rates.

NEAS

Toll Free: 1-(877) 225-6327
Contact: NEAS
Website: NEAS

NEAS sealift reservation, packaging option or cargo, and sealift schedule.

North Star Air Ltd.

Toll Free: 1-(844) 633-6294
Fax: 807 475-8040
Website: North Star Air Ltd.

Cargo service

Victor Sammurtok School/ Nunavut Arctic College (Learning Centre)

District Education Authority

Ph. 867 898-9007
Fax: 867 898-9143
Contact: Secretary-Clerk
Website: Victor Sammurtok School
The District Education Authority, School curriculum programs study resource, elementary or high school academic programs, gymnasium/ fitness centre, workshop (industrial tech), cultural/ intern baking program, or breakfast program, student support assistant, after school/ weekend programs, and bus service.


DEA Programs & Services

The Kivalliq School Operations, teaching staff, DEA Liaison, KSO chart, calendar K to Gr. 12, or employments contact Superintended of Schools 867 793-3703, Kivalliq School Operations, or DEA Development Officer 867 793-3404, Department of Education.

The DEA policy, DEA Orientation Training and Manual, annual report, Alberta distance learning centre program, Education Act, Teacher certification, DEA hiring panels, or annual Public consultations on Education/ AGM contact DEA Secretary-Clerk, or Manager of Partner Relations 867 975-5640, Department of Education.

The DEA programs, Employments, or K to Gr. 12 (Academic) programs contact DEA Secretary (867) 898-9007.

Nunavut Arctic College (Learning Centre)

Ph. 867 898-9048
Fax: 867 898-9101
Contact: Adult Educator
Website: Nunavut Arctic College
The Nunavut arctic college calendar/ programs and career/ research, continuing studies, registration/ scholarship programs, newsletter, or trades, and employment.

The College calendar/ registration, trades, or Employment visit Nunavut Arctic College, or contact Adult Educator.

Victor Sammurtok School, Kindergarten to Grade 12

Ph. 867 898-9913
Fax: 867 898-9143
Contact: Principal
Website: Victor Sammurtok School
The school curriculum programs elementary, or high school academic programs, physical education/ fitness centre, workshop (industrial tech), kitchen/ cultural programs, computer lab/ resource centre, and breakfast program.


School Calendar/ Teacher Employments

The School Calendar (K to Gr. 12), guidance Counsellor, tutor or after school programs, student support assistant, registration, or evening sports, bus service, and Alberta distance learning centre program. This include distance learning registration, ADLC credit courses, Education Act, Teacher certification, or annual Public consultations on Education.

The K to Gr. 12 (Academic) programs/ Employments, School calendar, or Post-Secondary contact VSS Principal.