WSCC Service Updates

All WSCC offices are open with health and safety measures in place. Clients are encouraged to book an appointment before visiting. Please go to our COVID-19 page for important service updates, and the COVID-19 Resource page for essential tools for your workplace.

Higaarluit ikpingnautilaaqtut havauhirnut. Mihingnarnaqtut 24-nik ikaarninik kinguani higaarluktut.

2018-mi, kavamatuqait atuinnarianiktittihimayaat higaarluit (aangayaarnaqtuq nauhimayuq). Aghuuqtauyutit unipkaarutigiamik nutaqqatit higaarluit mighaagut, taimaa ihuatqiyaungmat ikayuriamik ihumaliuttiarniqmut, ilaugami amirnainniqmut havakvingnit. Hamma ilangi naunaittughat maliktaghallu ikayuutighat ihumaliuriamik.

Fraud happens when someone holds back information or lies, with the intent to get benefits from the WSCC that they’re not entitled to. This is against the law.

If you think someone is committing fraud related to an incident that occurred in the Northwest Territories or Nunavut, or you have a question, call our fraud tip line any time, 1-866-286-3338 (toll-free).  You can contact our email through the anonymous web form below. If you wish, you can provide your name, but it is not mandatory.