Welcome to NWTNU Tips

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number, Web Tips and SMS text messaging to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies to fight against crime.

Nunavut history

On April 1, 1999, Nunavut officially separated from the Canadian province of Ontario to become the new Canadian territory. The Inuit, who comprise nearly half of Nunavut's population, are among the first aboriginal peoples in North America to achieve self-governing status. Despite its separation, Nunavut is still part of the Northwest Territories. Therefore, most of Nunavut is covered by the laws and regulations of the territory. While many in the North American and Canadian region are not aware that there were indigenous people living in the area, there are a few who are aware that there was a time when they resided in Nunavut. (more…)

Nunavut territories and its wildlife

The Arctic is a very interesting place and one that is full of surprises. Iqaluit is one of the best places you can visit if you are looking for wildlife in Nunavut. It is a melting pot of indigenous cultures that brings together Alaska, Canada and Nunavut all in one place. Animals in Nunavut Animals in Nunavut are generally abundant. They are able to survive in a large amount of open water, as well as snow and ice. They also have the ability to be very resilient to the elements, as many of them are able to live both inside and outside of ice. If you visit the city of Iqaluktuut you will see a number of different animals in…