Past Projects

Minister Leona Aglukkaq, Premier Eva Aariak, and NBDC Vice-president Adamee Itorcheak are joined by students and teachers at the Classroom Connect launch.

More bandwidth for Nunavut schools

Starting with the 2011 school year, public schools across Nunavut have access to improved Internet connectivity enhancing Kindergarten to Grade 12 students’ ability to take advantage of online tools and information.

This new broadband service,...

As part of an ongoing effort to support the development of the ICT industry in Nunavut, NBDC organized a free introductory workshop on web development with the Drupal content management system.  NBDC partnered with Pirivik and Web Networks to deliver the 2 day, in-person workshop March 25-26,...

Nunavut ICT Summit

Nunavut’s first Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Summit took place in Iqaluit on October 31 and November 1, 2012. The Summit focused on the multiple and wide-ranging issues that must be addressed in order to advance the state of ICTs in Nunavut. The outcomes of the Summit were...

NBDC commissioned the Nunavut Fibre Optic Feasibility Study in order to have accurate and current information on the costs, challenges and benefits of fibre optic connectivity. NBDC believes that the resulting report will be useful in policy discussions on solutions for the long-term...

Nunavut Broadband Socioeconomic Impact Assessment

NBDC commissioned a socio-economic impact assessment to gather baseline data and develop economic projections in order to demonstrate the direct and indirect impacts of broadband connectivity. Research in other countries has demonstrated that investment in ICT, as a general purpose technology,...

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