Nunavut Guide

Services for immigrants

Ask for support! Have you decided to immigrate to Nunavut? Don’t hesitate to ask us for help! We are here to help with information about the lifestyle and the process to settle in Nunavut.

As a first step, we recommend that you contact air or maritime carriers to obtain a quote for transportation of your belongings to Nunavut. For information about the immigration process, and obtaining a driving licence and health card, contact the government of Nunavut or one of our agents (services are limited to Canadian citizens and non-Canadians who have obtained permanent

How to immigrate to Nunavut?

Be well informed

If you have decided to immigrate to Nunavut it is essential that you do your research before relocating. For example, did you know that in the north of the territory the sun shines for 24 hours a day in summer? The more you know about the lifestyle and climate in Nunavut, the easier it will be to adapt. The following site can provide you with useful information: http://nunavuttourism.com/fr/. Alternatively, contact Carrefour Nunavut to find out even more.

 

Relocate successfully

As Nunavut is not accessible by car or train, most relocations to the territory will be by air. From within Canada, the most common departure cities are Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife. Ahead of your relocation, we would advise you to contact air or maritime carriers for a quote and details regarding the transport of your belongings to Nunavut. (Place hyperlinks to the websites of air and maritime carriers).

 

Establish solid foundations
In Nunavut, you will find a variety of types of accommodation: houses and apartments, for rent or for sale according to your preference and budget. (Place hyperlinks to rental agencies and real estate companies). When it comes to the immigration process and obtaining a driving licence and health card, you can contact agents from the information centres of the Nunavut Government or you can contact Carrefour Nunavut (services are limited to Canadian citizens and non-Canadians who have obtained permanent resident status).

 

Climate
Winter can be very harsh with average temperature between - 10 and - 40 °C.

 

Telephone
The area code for Nunavut is 867.
 

Radio

Nunavut’s French radio station: CFRT 107.3 FM

Our services

We offer:

 

  • Laguage-focussed summer camp (places are reserved for permanent residents)
  • Translation and interpretation 
  • Conversation groups (French/English)
  • Online language courses
  • Online specialist courses
  • Networking activities
  • and much more!

 

If you would like further information about our services to immigrants please contact us:


immigration@carrefournunavut.ca
Telephone : (867) 979-2800
Toll-free number: 1 844 532-9383