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Fossil Creek Trail
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Quttinirpaaq National Park
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Sirmilik National Park
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National Parks
The Kivalliq Region

Home to millions of caribou and thousands of polar bears, the Kivalliq Region will provide you with an Arctic experience that is second to none. It is here that you will find the great expanse of the Arctic tundra - rolling hills that stretch from horizon to horizon - this is also a home for some of Nunavut’s largest lakes and rivers, providing you with not only an amazing wildlife experience, but unparalleled paddling, hunting and fishing as well.

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Ukkusiksalik National Park
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National Parks
The Kitikmeot Region

The Kitikmeot spans the northern mainland of Canada to the mythical heart of the Northwest Passage and is a crossroads of the Arctic - bringing together an amazing array of ecosystems and cultures. The most western region of the Territory, the Kitikmeot communities are abundant in wildlife.

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Kazan Heritage River
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Heritage River
The Baffin Region

The Baffin Region of Nunavut is as diverse as it is iconic. Stretching from Sanikiluaq in the southern waters of Hudson’s Bay to the tip of Ellesmere Island, there is much to explore in this incredible area.

Iqalugaarjuup Nunanga Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Katannilik Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Coppermine Heritage River
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Heritage River
Auyuittuq National Park
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National Parks
Kekerten Territorial Park
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Kugluk (Bloody Falls) Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Mallikjuaq Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Ovayok Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Qaummaarviit Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park
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Terriotiral Parks & Special Places
Clyde River
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197.3645079491546

There is a special magic in the air around Clyde River. Its Inuktitut name, Kangitugaapik meaning ‘nice little inlet’, belies its stunning beauty and its importance to Inuit for nearly 2000 years.

Sanikiluaq
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Sanikiluaq is Nunavut’s southern-most community,  located in the Belcher Islands of southeastern Hudson’s Bay. Its isolation from other Nunavut communities and its proximity to Northern Quebec makes Sanikiluaq uniquely different.

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Coral Harbour
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Coral Harbour, in Inuktitut Salliq meaning ‘large flat island in front of the mainland’ is located on Southampton Island at the north end of Hudson Bay. It has been a traditional meeting place for Inuit since 500 BC because of the abundance of marine life and migratory birds. It is the base for the best walrus and whale viewing at nearby Coats Island.

Taloyoak
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Taloyoak (Inuktitut for ‘Large Caribou Hunting Blind’) is a unique community, defined by the strength of the people and the ruggedness of the land. Formerly called Spence Bay, Taloyoak provides you with glimpses into Inuit culture and wildlife.

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Gjoa Haven
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Gjoa Haven is located on the southeast coast of King William Island at the heart of the Northwest Passage. It is also called Uqsuqtuuk which means ‘place of plenty blubber’ in Inuktitut. The name Gjoa is named after Norwegian explorer, Roald Amundsen’s ship during his expedition through the Northwest Passage. 

Whale Cove
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Whale Cove is located on a long point of land extending into Hudson’s Bay. The Inuktitut name, Tikirarjuaq meaning ‘long point’, reflects this geography. The English name, Whale Cove refers to the many beluga whales that congregate off the coast every fall.

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Grise Fiord
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Grise Fiord, also known as Aujuittuq in Inuktitut meaning ‘place that never thaws’, nestles amongst majestic mountains at the end of a stunning fiord. As one of the the most isolated communities in the North, the people of Grise Fiord have overcome hardship to establish a home in one of the most beautiful parts of Canada.

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Hall Beach
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259.29590888543066

Called Sanirajaq, meaning ‘the shoreline’, the Inuit of Hall Beach have enjoyed and benefitted from the abundance of marine life, including walruses and beluga whales for thousands of years. 

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Igloolik
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