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There are many important links here!
Nutrition North Canada
Learn about this important program designed to improve Food Security in remote communities like yours
Important Notice about Nutrition North and Northern Shopper:
It is not the intent of the NNC Program to Subsidize the operations of resource companies, construction companies and government establishments in or near eligible communities. Therefore, northern retailers, southern suppliers including The Northern Shopper, and country food processors registered with NNC will not be allowed to offer or claim a subsidy for products sold to or ordered on behalf of the following kinds of businesses and establishments (and businesses that are similar in nature)
Oil and Gas
Exploration and Exploration Camps
Survey and Mapping
Research Projects and Stations
Military Bases and Operations
Businesses that support the activities of the above entities
Cargo Rates and Tariffs
See First Air's official cargo rates - our cargo typically flies out of Ottawa, ON. We also provide commercial services to Western Nunavut and NWT out of Edmonton and Yellowknife
Converting .Numbers MAC Spreadsheets to .XLS EXCEL
Sometimes, just sometimes, our clients are not able to convert their Costco Order Spreadsheet into the file format we need to view it. Our offices are windows based - I know - it's 2016, who uses a PC, right? Well, if you are using a MAC and can't get that file converted, please use Zamzar's Conversion tool. It seems to do the trick.
Shipping Meat Across Provincial Boundaries
There are strict guidelines set by CFIA regarding the type of meat products allowed to cross provincial borders. The Home Food Solutions Pre-Packs sold on this site are CFIA approved and allowed to ship across provincial borders.
Nunavut has tight restrictions, but not all communities are dry. We can forward your alcohol with your permit.
Maritime Shipping for Sealift
Learn about Nunavut Eastern Atlantic Supply Co.'s rates, schedules, and policies
Beautiful main-page photography by Mark Aspland of Nunavut Images
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