Dec 02, 2019

Online Dockets- Slowly coming online

Court Dockets are slowly coming online. In most cases these are up to date.

If you find any indecrepencies please check with the court clerk for an accurate one.

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Nov 11, 2019

Nunavut Government Ransomware

On Saturday November 2, 2019 a new and sophisticated type of ransomware affected the Government of Nunavut across the Territory. As a result, all government services requiring access to electronic information stored on the GN network are impacted including Court Services.

Court Services has…

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Nov 10, 2019

Maintenance Enforcement Payments

Maintenance Enforcement Payments  Maintenance enforcement office: 1-800-792-4183

 Will I still be able to receive my payments from Maintenance Enforcement?

 The Maintenance Enforcement office is operating at usual. Individuals will not see interruptions in their maintenance enforcement…

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A welcome from the Chief Justice

Dear Reader,

The Nunavut Court of Justice is a single level or unified trial court. Its judges hear all matters assigned to both the lower provincial courts and the superior courts. When performing functions normally associated with the lesser statutory jurisdiction of a lower court, the judges of the Nunavut Court of Justice continue to exercise all the powers associated with a superior court. The other provinces and territories of Canada have separate superior and provincial/ territorial courts. Elsewhere in the country, each level of court has its own special trial jurisdiction. The unified trial jurisdiction of the Nunavut Court of Justice is unique in Canada.

This website provides information about Nunavut’s Courts, which includes the Nunavut Court of Appeal, Nunavut Court of Justice, Youth Justice Court of Nunavut, Justice of the Peace Court, as well as the Court Services Division of the Government of Nunavut.

Here you will also find important information about the functioning of the Court, including information about judicial independence, the Court’s annual reports and practice directives. You are encouraged to use this site to learn as much as you can about the functioning of the NCJ and the administration of justice in Nunavut.

  Mr. Justice Neil Sharkey

 Chief Justice

Nunavut Court of Justice

 

Please read the:     PRIMER OF NUNAVUT

Please read about   JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE

 

prepared by the Office of Chief Justice.  

 

 

Tips from our web team:

Only CONTACT WEBADMIN for a web technology related item.

Please use the CONTACT THE COURTS  for all COURT RELATED inquiries.

On the Left-side Bar you will find links to deep within the website for some of the most important resources. On the Right-side bar you will find links to further your access to information regarding Nunavut and the law.

Please note that if you are looking for links to the websites of the Coroner, the Labour Standards Office, the Rentals office, or the Family Enforcement office you can click on the Nunavut Quasi-Judicial link or for the the Nunavut Criminal Code Review Board/Labour Standards Board you can select the Nunavut Quasi-Judicial Boards link.