Canada Summer Jobs 2020 - Nunavut
Organizations that received funding and the number of jobs they created in 2020.
Information is based on the data available as of February 23, 2022 and is subject to update.
As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the employment period for CSJ 2020 was extended until February 28, 2021. Due to time required for processing of payments, not all payments to employers were completed before the end of the fiscal year.
|Organization Name||Amount Paid||Jobs Created|
|City of Iqaluit||$44,446||14|
|Hamlet of Cambridge Bay||$31,200||5|
|Hamlet of Cambridge Bay||$7,200||5|
|Hamlet of Whale Cove||$18,078||7|
|Kugluktuk Housing Association||$28,757||7|
|NUNAVUT INDEPENDENT TELEVISION NETWORK (NITV)||$10,776||1|
|Nunavut Water Board||$12,215||2|
|Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre||$3,591||2|
|The Hamlet of Gjoa Haven||$6,244||6|
Data are based on the application received date from January 30, 2020 to December 20, 2020 inclusively.
This list represents organizations and amounts paid on Canada Summer Jobs agreements for activities that took place in 2020.
Information is based on system data available as of February 23, 2022 and may vary from final financial reports.
The constituency is based on the location of activities using postal code information. Because both constituency boundaries and postal codes are subject to change, the constituency associated to the organization may not accurately be reflected.
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