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Nunavut legal aid offices close doors to the public, still operating by phone – Nunatsiaq News
by ahnationtalk onMarch 18, 202052 Views
18 March 2020
“Although the offices are closed to the public, we’re not”
Nunavut’s legal aid offices, including its regional clinics and community offices, are closed to the public until further notice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Although offices are closed, all staff are still working and can be reached by phone.
Maliganik Tukisiniarvik in Iqaluit, Kivalliq Legal Services in Rankin Inlet, the Kitikmeot Law Centre in Cambridge Bay and the Legal Services Board of Nunavut’s head office in Gjoa Haven are all closed to the public as of Monday, March 16.
To speak to a lawyer about a criminal case or an upcoming court appearance, people can call the following numbers: