News & Events

Schedule of Ships Transiting

The Nunavut Marine Council would like to inform Nunavummiut of the following general cargo vessels be transiting through Nunavut waters in October with no ports of call in the Canadian Arctic. Updates may be provided as they become available.

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Kanatap Kavamarjuanga ilauqatauhimajut Hilarjuatigut Tarjuq Katudjiqatigiik akturahuaqhugit 30 pusaatigut imarmiuttanit hapummijangit 2030 nguqtinnagu

Una Ministanga Imarmiuttaliqinit unalu Kaanatami Umiarjuaq Hikuirutigijaujuq, una Nanngarijaujuq Bernadette Jordan, uqaqhimajaa Kanata ilauqatauhimajuq United Kingdom unalu aallat nunarjuangit iluani Hilarjuatigut Tarjuq Katudjiqatigiik. Una Katudjiqatigiik hivunikhangit ikajurluaqhimajakhaat hilarjuaqtigut parnautigilugit ikajulluarumajut tarjuq hulijakhaat hapummigianganit 30 pusaatigut haffumani hilarjuangat tarjungit uvuuna nautkaqhimajangit tarjurmiutat nayugait munaqtauyut aallalaillu ihuarnaqtumik najuqtauhimajut imaqmiutat hapummivingit 2030 nnguqtinnagu.

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Parnaijautinga Ihivriurnikhanut haffumani Hilaup Aallannguqtiqpallianingit Makpiraaliuqhimajuq

Una Parnaijautinga Ihivriurnikhanut haffumani Hilaup Aallannguqtiqpallianingit (SACC) makpiraaliuqhimajuq uvani July 16, 2020. Una Parnaijautinga Ihivriurnikhanut haffumani Hilaup Aallannguqtiqpallianingit (SACC) ikajuutauniaqtangit aturaaqtakhaat, kangiqhijimaningit unalu tutqittiarnaqtumik ihumaliugakhangit haffumani hilaup aallannguqtiqpallianingit uvanngat tamaat kavamarjuangit ihuiluutigijangit ihivriurningit.

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Naunaijainiq uvunga Kavamarjuanga Avatikhanut Pivallianiq Parnaijautinga

Kanatap Kavamanga tuhaqtittihimajangit hivulliqpaaq naunaijainiq qaritaujakkut tukiliutaanit haffumani 2019-2022 Kavamarjuanga Avatikhanut Pivallianiq Parnaijautinga (FSDS), titiraqhugit pivallianingit hivunnganit haffumani Kavamarjuanga Avatikhanut Pivallianiq Parnaijautinga FSDS’ip hivunikhangit.

Una Kavamarjuanga Avatikhanut Pivallianiq Parnaijautinga (FSDS) takuinnarialik uvani maliglugit katilviuningit: http://fsds-sfdd.ca/index.html#/en/goals/

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Call for Abstracts for Arctic Change 2020

The ArcticNet Network of Centres of Excellence and its partners invite the circum-Arctic research community to the international Arctic Change 2020 (#AC2020) conference which will be hosted online from December 7-10.
 
The NMC, along with ICC-Canada, will be co-chairing Session NPD63: ‘A Transformational Approach to Inuit Marine Governance and Ecosystem Based Management’. To submit your abstract for either a presentation or an e-poster by September 8, 2020, visit:

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Strategic Assessment of Climate Change Published

The Strategic Assessment of Climate Change (SACC) was published on July 16, 2020.  The SACC will enable consistent, predictable, efficient and transparent consideration of climate change throughout federal impact assessments  The SACC is available at:  https://www.strategicassessmentclimatechange.ca/15112/widgets/61020/documents/36886.

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Government of Canada joins Global Ocean Alliance to reach 30% marine protection by 2030

The Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Honourable Bernadette Jordan, announced Canada has joined the United Kingdom and other countries in the Global Ocean Alliance. The Alliance's goal is to advocate with international partners for ambitious ocean action to protect at least 30 per cent of the world's oceans through the establishment of marine protected areas and other effective area-based marine conservation measures by 2030.

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NMC Advice Provided

The Nunavut Marine Council has provided advice to the Government of Canada regarding a ban on the use and carriage of heavy fuel oil as fuel by ships operating in Arctic waters. The letter to the Minister of Transport and the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard is available under the Documents tab.

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