Remembering Joe Enook

A book of condolences is now available at the Nunavut legislature in Iqaluit, where members of the public can leave messages or cards for the family of Joe Enook, the Speaker of the legislature,. who died on Friday, March 29, at the age of 61. Enook had represented the constituents of Pond Inlet, as MLA for Tununiq, since 2011. You can also send condolences by email to submissions@assembly.nu.ca or by mail “Messages of Condolences for the Enook family, c/o Office of the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut, P.O. Box 1200, Iqaluit. NU X0A 0H0. (Photo by Jane George)

By Patricia Lightfoot

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  1. Posted by Northern Inuit on

    Mr Enook, although we never met in person, I felt we all got to know you throughout your years of dedication and service. through times of trouble and uneasiness we felt in the Legislature, you were a calm voice of reason and strength.

    It was with shock and sorrow we heard of your passing and I hope your Family gathers strength from our People.

    Rest easy.

  2. Posted by Comadoof on

    A true loss for all. RIP Joe and thanks for your years of service.

    We mourn with your family.

  3. Posted by Gobble Gobble on

    I only knew Joe Enook from what I saw in the news and in Legislature. He may not have always been the most diplomatic, and sometimes could come across as a little abrasive. However, it was always apparent that he was working hard for his constituency and for the territory. I believe he was likely one of the most respected members in the assembly by the general public. Condolences to his friends and family.

  4. Posted by Kathy Peddie on

    I met Joe on my trip back to Pang in 2003, he was a very welcoming person while I stayed with him and Mary . When they came to stay with me here in England he was so good taking my little dog for a walk every day and enjoyed it.
    Dear Joe so sorry you have left this earth so soon. God bless heaven will enjoy your company as we did here . Xxx

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