Nunavut is the largest, as well as the newest of the three territories of Canada. Its capital city is Iqaluit.
All the islands in Hudson bay, James bay and Ungava bay arebelonging to nunavut.
Whatever everyone else does for fun. Use the Internet, Watch TV,Read, play outside, etc. Just because they're further up Northdoesn't mean that they're in the middle of nowhere. The people wholive in Nunavut are regular people too you know.
Nunavut is a territory in Canada and has a Commissioner appointedby a federal minster. Nunavut elects a member to the Canadian Houseof Commons. There is a Premier elected to be the head of governmentfor Nunavut. Currently this is Paul Aarulaaq Quassa as of 2017.
In Nunavut you can find muskoxen, beavers, arctic foxes, wolves and hares, badgers, cougars, deer, seals, caribou, moose etc.
It is a territory in the country of Canada.
Snow capped mountains, thick glaciers and chunks of ice floating around the islands in the Arctic Ocean. Nunavut also has many frozen or very cold lakes and rivers.
Nunavut imports and exports:Honey,metal,diamonds, and natural gas.
it produces lots of fishes, plants, berries and lots of animal's food
I have no idea! I'm doing a history project on it! HELP!
it is very boring out there so i moved but if you like math and french then you will like it cause that's all they teach
im doing a report so i need to know to
No, there is no nice weather in Nunavut, except for south Nunavut which is okay in the summer.
Nunavut was given to the Inuit, so i don't think so because they live individually, and i don't even think there is very much of a government. although right now the Canadian government has ships up near there protecting the northwest passage.
Nunavut, Canada - 808,190 sq miles.
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There are very few roads connecting communities in Nunavut. Thereis one paved stretch of road between Arctic Bay and Nanisivik thatis 32 km long.
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One if the main industries is fishing. Before, there used to be fur trading and hunting too, but I do not know if they are still part of it.
Jordin Tootoo came from Nunavut.
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najor rivers or lakes of Nunavut
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orcas, whales, & trout
Nunavit is actually a territory, not a province. PEI is the smallest province.
the temperature starts to drop by September, it starts to snow by September, spring does start in March but the snow actually starts to melt by May, and we have slushy/muddy gravel-roads during June. 2 months out of a year of summer.
Someone from Nunavut is known as a 'Nunavummiut'.
When the Inuit people lived exclusively on the land, and before trade with the Europeans, caribou and seal were the main sources of clothing material. The insulating properties of caribou fur made it perfect for protection from the harsh winter cold. Sealskins were preferred for footwear because of...
In the Inuktitut language, it means Our Land.(You look likeHitler)
Halifax is the capital of theprovince of Nova Scotia, Canada.
there are three separate regions of the territory, each region having their own dialect/slang. we can spell only a few of our Inuktitut with the English Alphabet. us Canadian Inuit have some similarities with the Alaskan Eskimos, Greenlandic people (sorry; i don't know what their language is...
5 Agriculutral products of Canada are: Wheat, Dairy, Tobacco, Corn, and Poultry.
They hunt for raw meat and fish . They use animal skins to make clothing and weapons out of their bones. This is how the Inuit make their living in Nunavut!
Many of them go ice fishing, play ice hockey, and some go to church daily. Wow... they do not only 'go ice fishing, play ice hockey, and some go to church daily.'.... they do what any other person does, except go shopping at American Eagle! They live lives like everybody else!
The currency used is the Canadian Dollar (CAD), which is divided into 100 cents. One-dollar coins are also known as loonies (due to the picture of a loon, a type of bird, on the coin), and two-dollar coins as toonies. Banks and bureaux de change will change money and travellers cheques, as will some...
food products like packed fish and meat , doors , and windows love Caitlin Moore
The distance in Canada from Igloolik, Nunavut Territory to Ottawa, Ontario, is 1,650 miles. That equals 2,655 kilometers or 1,434 nautical miles.
Research shows that Nunavut's natural recourses are gold, zinc, copper, and diamonds.
The Territorial Bird of Nunavut is the rock ptarmigan.
it regulates from -60 degrees Celsius in winter, to +30 in summer.
The most common language in Nunavut is Inuktitut by a large margin.
Nunavut has land borders with the Northwest Territories on several islands as well as the mainland, Manitoba to the south of the Nunavut mainland, Saskatchewan to the southwest (at a single four-corner point) and a tiny land border with Newfoundland and Labrador on Killiniq Island. It also shares...
Some cool facts on pine martens are they can jump from tree to tree and land exactly where they thought they would. Another cool fact is they hunt and eat animals their own size like rabbits .
nunavutes rescources are lead, zinc, oil, gas, gold and dimonds. nunavutes rescources are lead, zinc, oil, gas, gold and dimonds
The Motto of Nunavut (which means 'Our Land'), written in Inuktitutand translates as Nunavut Sanginivut , means 'Nunavut, OurStrength'.
Money in Nunavut is called the Canadian dollar.
there are no major industries in Nunavut, there are many people who earn a living by hunting , fishing , carving, the trades like Carpentry, plumbing and electrics.
Lupin Mine---gold . Polaris Mine---lead and zinc . Nanisivik Mine at Nanisivik---lead and zink . Rankin Inlet Mine---nickel and copper . Jericho Diamond Mine--- diamond . Miramar Mining Corporation---Doris North Gold Mine . Cumberland Resources . Northern Transportation Company Limited
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Nunavut was formed in 1999. It is located in Canada. Nunavut was formed in 1999. Before this it was a part of the Northwest Territories
Inuktitut, Inuinnaqtun, English, and French. . \n. Portugesse, Inuktitut and English/French
Corn and sunflowers are raised in Nunavut.
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yes in some places like iqualuit. maybe not in some other places
I think that no one is the same because everyone has there own rights and they all look different because they all have different parents. Also people from other cultures are not the same.
"Well known Nunavut authors" include historian Kenn Harper, author of "Give Me My Father's Body", the story of an Inuk boy from Greenland who finds his fathers bones on display at the American Museum of Natural History. Compelling history, well-written. Also, check out Michael Kusugak, author of...
Two famous people are :Susan Aguklark and Ashevank Kenojuvack ... And Jordin Tootoo. he's from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
because salt can rust your car and eat away at the metal
The Inukshuk, a stone symbol that resembles a person when seen on the tundra.
It became part of Canada in 1999. I am not sure ib the day though
I can't answer why but it was established on April 1st 1999
The food in Nunavut are the meat and fish that people in Nunavuthunt for. And sometimes they eat seals.
Iqualuit, Resolute and Igloolik