Nunavut Teachers'
Association
The Nunavut Teachers’ Association is dedicated
to advocating for teacher well-being, professional growth,
and culturally relevant public education.
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Nunavut Teachers'
Association
The Nunavut Teachers' Association is an education
labour association that represents the rights and
benefits of the collective membership.
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Who We Are

The Nunavut Teachers’ Association is approximately 900 members strong divided into 6 regions (North, Central, and South Qikiqtani; North and South Kivalliq; and Kitikmeot) with an office located in Iqaluit.

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President’s Welcome Message

Greetings NTA Members!! We are happy to be able to share our new NTA website with you. This new updated version was built to create a much easier space for you to navigate all things NTA. The NTA is making …

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In accordance with current NTA by-laws, Friday, January 21st is the deadline to submit policy and action resolutions for consideration. Submissions found to be in good order by the Legislative Committee will be debated at the Annual Meeting of Central Council in early April. Check your NTA email for details or reach out to Patricia at pmacneil@ntanu.ca or 222-5276.

Safety Form

The purpose of this form is to collect data on incidents happening in schools. The contents of forms submitted will be shared confidentially (unless otherwise requested) with the NTA and the Department of Education as statistical data.

NTA EMAIL

NTA remains the official way information is shared. If you require assistance with your username or password, reach out to pmacneil@ntanu.ca or slonsdale@ntanu.ca

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