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Tamapta 2009-2013 Government of Nunavut Priorities

Government of Nunavut Country Resources General Health Policies Nunavut 31 December 2009 Policy document strategy

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The actions we take today will have a big impact on tomorrow. With this inmind, themandate from 2009 – 2013 addresses our most important priorities for people and for our communities. It ensures that for generations to come Nunavut is a wonderful place to live with a wide range of opportunities and a variety of economies.


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