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In Canada

Why did nunavut become a province?

It didn't. In 1999, Nunavut became Canada's 3rd territory. The territory was previously part of Northwest Territories but the new area of Nunavut was promised back in 1993. Th (MORE)
In Nunavut

Why should people visit Nunavut?

cause nunuvut is cold all season and people might like cold climate mabe also becaus e there's a lot of intresting events that go on year round.
In Nunavut

When and why was nunavut created?

Nunavut was formed on April 1, 1999 splitting off from the Northwest Territories and forming their own government. The Inuit, a Native American People, have lived off the arct (MORE)
In Nunavut

When was nunavut founded?

Nunavut, Canada was founded on July 9th 1999 and Iqaluit was made capital of the new territory
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Which Canadian provinces border Nunavut?

The Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and a small portion of Newfoundland and Labrador. Most of Jackson Island on the northern tip of Labrador belongs to Nunavu (MORE)
In Nunavut

Is it possible to reach Nunavut by car?

I suppose it might be technically possible to drive a car to some part of Nunavut over a 'winter road' but I certainly wouldn't advise trying to do so.   If you want to rea (MORE)
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What kind Of currency does Nunavut use?

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 t (MORE)
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What is does Nunavut exports and imports are?

Nunavut's largest exports are:    Precious metals, jewellery, coins  Machinery and Equipment  Electronics  Fish, Seafood  Works of art, antiques, etc.  Pharmaceutic (MORE)