Category: Baffin Region

Nothing in Nunavut?!

The largest and least inhabited of Canada’s provinces and territories, Nunavut is a vast place with seemingly not much to see. However, it’s the sparseness and wilderness that’s appealing to more and more tourists, and those who are simply curious to see how people live up here, in what truly is the Great White North! So, if I were heading to Nunavut, what would I want to see? Well, if transportation were no issue, I’d head for the following: Iqaluit – The capital of Nunavut and the territory’s largest settlement, yet Iqaluit is home to less than 7,000 people. I’d […]

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Baffin Region Overview

Nunavut is made up of individual communities, none of which are connected by a road. In fact, there are no highways in Nunavut, and only one road in all 2 million (772,204 sq.mi.)! Approximately 85 per cent of residents are Inuit, however animals outnumber humans. The

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