Media Releases

February 12, 2019
The City is pleased to present a year-end newsletter, that provides an overview by Mayor Redfern as well as highlights and accomplishments for 2018.
February 08, 2019
The City is advising residents and guests at the Astro-Hill Complex, which includes the Eight- Storey and Six-Storey apartment buildings, the W.G. Brown Building, as well as the Frobisher Inn Hotel,... Read more »
February 07, 2019
The City would like to remind residents to monitor weather conditions, and adjust driving to road conditions.
February 06, 2019
In order to complete an infrastructure repair on the water system, the City is advising residents in the Plateau area, at addresses listed below, that there will be a temporary shut-down of water on... Read more »
January 31, 2019
To assist in better preparing yourself, and your property, for a severe weather event, the City is recommending that citizens review the attached information sheet on how to prepare for a severe... Read more »
January 30, 2019
Mayor Redfern (2nd from right) was joined by David Aglukark from Embrace Life Council (far right), Gabby Morrill, Community Liaison from Northwestel (4th from right), and other Iqalummuit to help... Read more »
January 28, 2019
As part of the City’s commitment to improvements to sanitation services, garbage pick-up routes and processes are currently being reviewed.
January 28, 2019
Councillor Jason Rochon raised the transgender flag at City Hall on January 28, 2019, in support of a Council motion passed at a City Council meeting in November, to support Transgender Awareness Day... Read more »
January 27, 2019
The City of Iqaluit would like to advise residents that city services have been restored, including water delivery, waste management and garbage removal, and that normal business hours have resumed.... Read more »
January 26, 2019
The City of Iqaluit would like to advise residents that the city services, such as water delivery, waste management, garbage pick-up and snow removal, are still suspended and city facilities remain... Read more »