The Government of Nunavut is pursuing a formal devolution agreement with the federal government that would see greater control over lands and resources transferred to Nunavut, and an agreement on the sharing of royalties from natural resource development, such as mining activities.
What does GNU stand for?
GNU stands for Government of Nunavut (Canada)
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- Greater North Texas Orchid Society (Dallas, TX)
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- Government of National Unity (South Africa; Sudan)
- Guangxi Normal University (China)
- Gyeongsang National University (South Korea)
- Great Northern Union Chorus (a cappella group)
- Greater Nelspruit Utility Company (Nelspruit, South Africa)
- GNU (Gnu's Not Unix) Native UML (Unified Modeling Language) Modeler
- GNU Privacy Guard
- GNU Privacy Project
- Ghana National Union of Polytechnic Students
- Government of National Unity and Reconciliation (various nations)
- Group for National Unity and Reconciliation (Solomon Islands)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Iqaluit; Nunavut:Department of Health and Social Services, Government of Nunavut (2007).
Luckily, we had multiple sources of funding including NSERC PromoScience, the CIC Chemical Education Fund and the Government of Nunavut.
It was the insistence that the public government of a territory not be congruent with or formally favour any one group that led to federal resistance to incorporating the structure of the Government of Nunavut within the constitutionally protected Nunavut Land Claim Agreement.
209,508 Government of Nunavut, Nunavut Department of Justice, Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Under the new act, services to the public would continue to be made available in all three of the territory's official languages, however all employees of the government of Nunavut would have the right to perform all of their duties in the Inuit language, with a goal of making Inuit the working language of government by 2020.
All three parties to the agreement--the federal government, the territorial government of Nunavut and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.
The Nunavut program is a partnership with the Government of Nunavut to improve their social and economic environment, develop a strong and skilled public service, and increase Inuit participation in government employment.