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CITY RECOMMENDING TRICK OR TREATING DEFERRED UNTIL NOVEMBER 1, 2017

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

CITY RECOMMENDING TRICK OR TREATING DEFERRED UNTIL NOVEMBER 1, 2017 

OCTOBER 31, 2017 (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) –  Due to the suspension of City services as a result of severe weather, the City is recommending that community trick or treating be deferred until Wednesday, November 1, 2017, as a safety measure to help protect children and youth. 

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CITY MONITORING WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR HALLOWE’EN, OCTOBER 31ST

CITY MONITORING WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR HALLOWE’EN, OCTOBER 31ST
OCTOBER 30, 2017 (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) - The City is advising residents that it is currently monitoring weather forecasts that indicate the potential of severe weather for Hallowe’en night.
The City will be monitoring weather conditions through-out the day on the 31st, and will be providing updates as to the status of City services, if required.

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KEEPING KIDS SAFE A PRIORITY THIS HALLOWE’EN

KEEPING KIDS SAFE A PRIORITY THIS HALLOWE’EN
OCTOBER 30, 2016 (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) - The City of Iqaluit would like to remind residents to please use extra caution when travelling this Halloween night, Tuesday, October 31, 2017.
To help keep little ghosts and goblins safe while they are out trick or treating, please note the following Hallowe’en traffic pattern changes from 5:30 PM to
8:30 PM:
- Tasilik will be one-way from building 2738 to building 4123;
- Road to Nowhere will also be one-way, from building 4112 to building 2209;

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SLIPPERY ROADS – DRIVE WITH CAUTION

SLIPPERY ROADS – DRIVE WITH CAUTION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) - The City is advising residents to drive with caution as road conditions are slippery, especially on roads with a steep incline.

The City is monitoring the situation, and will send sanding trucks as required.

During poor weather, for safety reasons, residents are asked to lower their speed as well as keep a safe distance between vehicles. Snow tires would also assist with traction.

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HALLOWE’EN SPOOK-A-RAMA DANCE HELD OCTOBER 31ST

HALLOWE’EN SPOOK-A-RAMA DANCE HELD OCTOBER 31ST
OCTOBER 26, 2017 (IQALUIT, NUNAVUT) - For all 13 to 18 year-olds, who aren’t afraid of ghosts and goblins, the spooky City is once again inviting you to the annual Spook-a-rama dance:
WHEN: Hallowe’en, October 31, 2017
WHERE: Secret Location (provided on the back of the ticket)
TIME: 5:30 PM - Bus pick-up to secret location
7 PM to 10:30 PM – Dance (drug and alcohol free event)
COSTUMES: Encouraged – prizes will be given for creativity and best costume

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(UPDATED AT NOON) CITY SERVICES CONTINUE TO BE SUSPENDED

CITY SERVICES CONTINUE TO BE SUSPENDED
NOVEMBER 21, 2017 (Iqaluit, Nunavut) – Municipal service still suspended PSA # 2
CITY SERVICES CONTINUE TO BE SUSPENDED
(Iqaluit, Nunavut) – The City of Iqaluit would like to advise residents that all city
services, such as water delivery, waste management, garbage and snow
removal, are still suspended until further notice, due to severe weather
conditions.
Fire, ambulance and police services will be provided unless it is deemed

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CITY SERVICES RESTORED-CAUTION STILL REQUIRED

For immediate release
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
CITY SERVICES RESTORED - CAUTION STILL REQUIRED
October 23, 2017 (Iqaluit, Nunavut) – The City of Iqaluit would like to advise residents that all city services have been restored, including water delivery, waste management and garbage removal.  
Main roads have also been sufficiently sanded for public use. Roads include, but are not limited to, all main roads and collector roads in and around the city core areas (i.e. Ring Road, Federal Road, Apex Road and Airport Road). Secondary roads may still be inaccessible.

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CITY SERVICES SUSPENDED

CITY SERVICES SUSPENDED
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017 - (Iqaluit, Nunavut) – The City of Iqaluit would like to advise residents that the city is suspending all services, such as water delivery, waste management, garbage and snow removal, until further notice, due to severe weather conditions.
Fire, ambulance and police services will be provided unless it is deemed unsafe and/or impossible to do so; delays can be expected.
Citizens are advised to stay off the roads due to reduced visibility, high winds and unsafe road conditions.

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