Recreation

CANADA DAY (JULY 1)

EVENTS FOR NATIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY (JUNE 21), SAINT-JEAN-BAPTISTE (JUNE 24)
AND CANADA DAY (JULY 1)

The City is pleased to announce the following line-up of events that will be held this year for Canada Day (July 1st), 2019

This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada. 

CANADA DAY (JULY 1ST)

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REMINDER: CAR WASH BAN EXTENDED

REMINDER: CAR WASH BAN EXTENDED
The City would like to remind residents that the water ban for car washes is still in effect. In addition, this ban is being extended to include all motor vehicles, as well as boats, whether for personal or commercial use.
This notice is issued in accordance with section 206(3) of Bylaw 200.
These measures are necessary, and are part of the City’s water management strategy. The City would like to remind residents to continue to be water wise, and conserve our water supply.

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EARLY DETECTION OF FROZEN WATER LINES SAVES TIME AND REDUCES COSTS

EARLY DETECTION OF FROZEN WATER LINES SAVES TIME AND REDUCES COSTS
The City would like to remind home owners that they are responsible for monitoring their homes for any sign of frozen water pipes, and to notify the City’s Public Works and Engineering Department as soon as possible. For rental units, residents are asked to let their landlord know of any issue regarding frozen pipes.

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REMINDER TO REPORT WATER ISSUES/PREPARING FOR WATER EMERGENCIES

 

REMINDER TO REPORT WATER ISSUES/PREPARING FOR WATER EMERGENCIES

The City would like to remind residents to please notify the Department of Public Works and Engineering immediately for any issues regarding loss of water or frozen pipes at their residence. Early notification will help to quickly address the issue.

To report an issue, please contact the City at the following information:

Public Works and Engineering

s.avery@city.iqaluit.nu.ca

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REVISED DATE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS AT ASTRO-HILL COMPLEX CONTINUE - ACCESS ROAD NOT ACCESSIBLE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10

INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS AT ASTRO-HILL COMPLEX CONTINUE - ACCESS ROAD NOT ACCESSIBLE
Alternative parking required for AstroHill Tenants and Brown Building Employees
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, that in order to continue repairs to the main water system, the access road to this complex is being excavated and will not be accessible starting SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2019.

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