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  • Friday, July 30, 2021
    A Thank You to Nunavut Public Servants

    On July 20th Nunavut’s Chief Public Health Officer stated that “we can now declare the (COVID-19) outbreak in the city (Iqaluit) over.”

    This is great news that would not have been possible without the heroic and tireless efforts of healthcare workers and other public servants. Each and every resident of Iqaluit needs to acknowledge the invaluable role that our government employees have played in getting us to this point so quickly and efficiently. The same needs to be said of the healthcare workers in COVID impacted communicates throughout Nunavut dating back to March of last year.

    Saying thank you is not nearly enough to express the gratitude that is owed, but it is a good start. So, the Nunavut Employees Union (NEU), on behalf of all our Members as well as all the residents of Iqaluit and Nunavut would like to say thank you and publicly recognize that our safety, health and brightening future is due to the incredible efforts of our public servants. 

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  • Friday, June 18, 2021
    The NEU Newsletter is your Newsletter. If you are not receiving it via email (to a personal email) or a posting notification (to a work email) then please contact communications@neu.ca to ensure we have up-to-date contact information on file for you.  We are always looking for content suggestions and feedback from our Members regarding anything and everything we do - and this is especially true for the newsletter. So if you have any ideas or comments regarding the new NEU Newsletter, please contact our Communications Officer at the email above. 
    To access the Newsletter in Inuktitut or English, please 
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  • Tuesday, May 25, 2021
    Find your NEU Service Officer

    Please select "Read More" to access a PDF document and a table that shows who your NEU Service Officer is.

    As always, please feel free to call us at 979.4209 (within Iqaluit) or tollfree (from elsewhere in Nunavut) at 1.877.243.4424 to get in contact with your Service Officer. You may also email reception@neu.ca if you need to contact your Service Officer or any other NEU staff.

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  • Tuesday, February 23, 2021
    Support Our Health Care Workers By Doing Our Part in the COVID Fight

    As of today (02/23/21) the Government of Nunavut (GN) is reporting 33 active COVID-19 cases – all in Arviat. First, on behalf of the NEU and all its Members, our wishes and hopes go out to all those diagnosed with COVID-19, their families and all those living in Arviat. Our health care professionals and other ‘front-line’ workers have done a tremendous job in keeping us as safe as they have. It is time we truly unite to ensure that these efforts are backed by a determined and unified Nunavut. This means speaking and acting as one when it comes to following public health guidelines and restrictions and showing unified and unwavering support to those directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19. Facebook posts and other thanks to those that work to protect us against COVID-19 are always welcome, but the best way to show our true support and gratitude to these courageous and selfless individuals is by committing as one to do our individual parts in this ongoing fight. Please follow all suggested and required precautions and please consider getting the COVID-19 Vaccination as soon as it is available to you in your community.

    William (Bill) Fennell – NEU President.


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  • Iqaluit Head Office

    Building #165, Nipisa Street

    PO Box 869

    Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0

    phone: 867.979.4209

    fax: 867.979.4522

    toll free: 877.243.4424

  • Kitikmeot Regional Office

    Building #8, Omingmak Street

    PO Box 1359

    Cambridge Bay, NU X0B 0C0

    phone: 867.222.2353

    fax: 867.983.3401

  • Kivalliq Regional Office

    Building #19-4 Sivulliq Avenue

    PO Box 878

    Rankin Inlet, NU X0C OGO

    phone: 867.645.4258 or 867.645.4259

    fax: 867.645.4260

    toll free: 844.834.4258