Nunavut announces support for hunters, daycares during COVID-19 pandemic

Nunavut’s hunters and trappers organizations will each receive $25,000 to support community-organized harvesting to help with food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq announced at a daily press conference on Thursday, March 19. Licensed daycares in the territory will also receive a total of $531,000 to support workers who are losing money due to daycare closures, Savikataaq said. As of today, there are still no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the territory. See more later on (Photo by Emma Tranter)

By Emma Tranter

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(4) Comments:

  1. Posted by Winston on

    When will they close the bars ??? Its worst then daycare for spread

  2. Posted by Shema on

    If they start closing bars will die of boredom its important to socialize

    • Posted by INUK Hunter on

      Buy a , beer brewing kit

  3. Posted by Jonah on

    I never get help with anything I always go hunting supplying myself sometimes it’s hard as I never get help. Where is the help??!!?!!!!

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