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In area wise, Canada Territories is the second largest country in the world. It has three territories they are Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Yukon.

Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories' largest and capital city is Yellowknife. It is situated at north side of Canada Territories. This is the largest community in Yellowknife, it is also known as Diamond Capital of North America. Northwest Territories become the property of Canada in the year of 1870. It has above 43,554 people in the Territories. More than people are aboriginal and other are Dene, Inuit and Metis.

In area wide Nunavut is the largest subdivision and least populated territory in Canada. It is situated north side of Canada Territories. Nunavut means "Our Land" in Inuit. Officially it was separated from vast Northwest Territories in April 1st of 1999. Nunavut's capital city is Iqaluit. Its official languages are English, French and Inuit. This Territory occupy 1.9 million square kilometers of land and water including part of the mainland, most of the Arctic Islands, and all of the islands in Hudson Bay, James Bay, and Ungava Bay which were formerly attached to the Northwest Territories.

Yukon is the small territory in Canada. It was separated from Northwest Territories in the year of 1898. Yukon's capital is Whitehorse, it is the third largest city in Canada by area and Yukon has eight different speaking language people and official languages are English and French. Yukon has most of the land is forested.

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      Canada Territories Recreation, Culture and Attractions:
Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories has rich culture and own proud musical, artistic, and religious traditions. There are two types of cultures in Northwest Territories. They are indigenous and Canadian. Indigenous culture comes from the nomadic hunting and Canadian culture has its roots in western civilization. Arts and crafts are play a major role in this territory and also music is most important part of Northwest Territories.
Nunavut has rich traditional Inuit culture. Art in Nunavut has mixed traditional knowledge with modern-day techniques. This union of new and old brings together the practices of our elders and youth to create exciting, original art that is truly unique to Nunavut. Films, arts and music are playing major role for Nunavut culture.
Yukon Territory energetic rich northern traditional culture. The way culture is divided and passed on to the young is deeply braid with ideas expressed in language. Yukon is home for different languages, they are Tlingit and six Athapaskan languages - Upper Tanana, Gwitchin, Han, Northern Tutchone, Southern Tutchone, Kaska and Tagish. Others, including Tahltan are less well regarded but are also part of Yukon First Nations' cultural heritage. Climate is also play a major part of the Yukon culture, once the weather warms up, locals and visitors uniformly begin boating, hiking, fishing, and enjoying the wilderness.

      Canada Territories State Demographics
Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories North American Indian Population is 36.5%
Northwest Territories English Population is 17.2%
Northwest Territories Canadian Population is 14.7%
Northwest Territories Scottish Population is 14.3%
Northwest Territories Irish Population is 11.8%
Northwest Territories Inuit (Inuvialuit) Population is 11.1%
Northwest Territories French Population is 10.5%
Northwest Territories German Population is 8.5%
Northwest Territories Metis Population is 6.9%
Northwest Territories Ukrainian Population is 3.5%
Nunavut Territories:
Nunavut Territories Inuktitut Population is 69.54%
Nunavut Territories EnglishPopulation is 26.75%
Nunavut Territories French Population is 1.27%
Nunavut Territories Inuinnaqtun Population is 1.02%
Yukon Territories:
Yukon Territories English Population is 8,795
Yukon Territories North American Indian Population is 7,070
Yukon Territories Scottish Population is 7,005
Yukon Territories Canadian Population is 6,075
Yukon Territories Irish Population is 5,735
Yukon Territories German Population is 4,835
Yukon Territories French Population is 4,330
Yukon Territories Ukrainian Population is 1,620
Yukon Territories Dutch (Netherlands) Population is 1,475
Yukon Territories Norwegian Population is 1,340

      Canada Territories Education
Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories government encourages quality education for students. They are developing and improving teaching and learning processes. This government is responsible for providing early childhood programming, elementary and secondary education and also grow the skills, knowledge, and ability to be self-reliant. Northwest Territories government developing education councils also. The results reached by Northwest Territories students, still lag behind those in many regions of Canada Territories.
Nunavut Territories:
The government of Nunavut has higher education system. The Department of Education has not suitable managed most particulars of the implementation of the Education Act. Department of Education has provided some tools, such as regulations, to meet the essential of the Act, there are still many areas where tools and courses are required. This includes teaching resources, such as handbooks and manuals, to deliver the curriculum.
Yukon Territories:
Yukon Territory has elementary, second and post-secondary education system. This system governed by Canada Government.

Canada Territories State Symbols
Northwest Territories:

Image of Canada Territories Northwest Territories state flag

Image of Canada Territories Northwest Territories state mammal

Image of Canada Northwest Territories state salt water fish
Northwest Territories state flag
Northwest Territories state mammal
Northwest Territories state salt water fish

Image of Canada Northwest Territories state bird

Image of Canada Northwest Territories state flower

Image of Canada Northwest Territories state tree
Northwest Territories state bird
Northwest Territories state flower
Northwest Territories state tree

Image of Canada Territories Nunavut state flag

Image of Canada Territories Nunavut state dog

Image of Canada Nunavut state flower
Nunavut state flag
Nunavut state dog
Nunavut state flower

Image of Canada Nunavut state statue

Image of Canada Nunavut state bird
Nunavut state statue
Nunavut state bird

Image of Canada Yukon state flag

Image of Canada Yukon state bird

Image of Canada Yukon state tree
Yukon state flag
Yukon state bird
Yukon state tree

Image of Canada Yukon state flower
Yukon state flower

      Canada Territories History
Northwest Territories History:
Northwest Territories is region of northwestern Canada. In the period of 1700's this territory dominated by Hudson's Bay Company, North West Company. In the year 1870 Hudson's Bay Company sold Rupert's Land to Canada. In 1882 Northwest Territories divided into four administrative districts: Alberta, Assiniboia, Athabaska and Saskatchewan. In this year Regina in the District of Assiniboia became the territorial capital. The provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were built in 1905. The bring down Northwest Territories was not constituted in the Canadian House of Commons from 1907 until 1947, when the electoral district of Yukon-Mackenzie River was created. This riding only whole being the District of Mackenzie. S.M. Hodgson, Commissioner of Northwest Territories has specify that on 18th September 1968 the carry of the Northwest Territories administration from Ottawa to Yellowknife to place.
Nunavut History:
Nunavut has been occupy for about 4000 years, however the Inuit enter just a millennium ago, migrating from Alaska, for number of generations they lived here nomadically, follow game as the season control and devising an ingenious material culture to cope with the conditions. Martin Frobisher was the first chronicle European visitor in Nunavut Territory, who trusted his find gold ore near the bay which now bears his name during his 1576 Northwest Passage quest. The territory was confirmed by the Nunavut Act of June 1993 and became a constitutional entity on 1 April 1999.
Yukon History:
In the period 1840 the Yukon was first range over for the Hudson's Bay Company. As a result, trading-posts were confirmed on the Yukon River. The Canadian government gain the area in 1870 as part of the purchase of the Hudson's Bay Company land. After this the region was conduct as part of the Northwest Territories. In the 1890s gold was find, and at one period more than thirty thousand hopeful prospectors were roaming the territory. In 1895 the Yukon was made a separate district and became a territory in 1898. The capital was initially at Dawson but was transferred to Whitehorse in 1952.

      Canada Territories Tourism Information
"Larger than life" is the tourism motto of the Yukon Territory. Tourism is also playing a major role for the country's economy. Yukon is also conducting cultural and sporting events and infrastructures that attract artists. There are many tourist attractive places in Canada Territories.

      Canada Territories Transportation
Transportation is very difficult in the Northwest Territories. There is long winter, regardless the Great Slave Railway and the Mackenzie highway system, which links Alberta to the Great Slave area, commerce, supply, and travel continue to be largely airborne. Northwest Territories' main roads are the Liard Highway from British Columbia, the Dumpster Highway between Inuvik and the Yukon, and the Mackenzie Highway, which travels as far south as Edmonton, Alberta.

      Canada Territories Tourist Attractions:
Nahanni National Park Reserve
Wood Buffalo National Park
Great Slave Lake
Hay River
Northwest Passage
Mackenzie River
Victoria Island
Banks Island
Church of Our Lady of Good Hope
Norman Wells Historical Society
Great Bear Lake

      Nunavut Tourist Attractions:
Auyuittuq National Park
Baffin Island
Canada Travel
Canada Tourism Territory of Nunavut
Cape Dorset, Capital of Inuit Art
Explore Nunavut
Grise Fiord
Kitikmeot Region
Kivalliq Region
Nunavut Airports
Nunavut Bird Watching
Nunavut Territorial Parks
Quttinirpaaq National Park
Resolute Bay
Travel Nunavut

      Yukon Tourist Attractions:
Frantic Follies
Yukon Wildlife Preserve
Muktuk Dog Adventures
World's Largest Weather Vane
Miles Canyon
MacBride Museum of Yukon History
Copperbelt Railway and Mining Museum
S.S. Klondike
Whitehorse Dam & Fish Ladder
Yukon Visitor Reception Centre
Beringia Interpretive Centre
Yukon Transportation Museum
Yukon Government Building
Yukon Archives
Old Log Church
Log Skyscrapers
White Pass Depot

      Canada Territories Museums
Northwest Territories Museums:
N.W.T. Mining Heritage Society
Norman Wells Historical Centre
Northern Life Museum
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
Nunavut Museums:
Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts
Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum
Matchbox Gallery
Yukon Museums:
Big Jonathan House
Binet House Interpretive Centre
Campbell Region Interpretive Centre
Caribou Crossing Trading Post
Copperbelt Railway & Mining Museum
Danoja Zho Cultural Centre
Dawson City Historical Complex
Dawson City Museum
George Johnston Museum
Jack London Interpretive Centre
Keno City Mining Museum
Klondike Institute of Art & Culture
Kluane Museum of Natural History
MacBride Museum of Yukon History
Northern Lights Centre
Old Log Church Museum
S.S. Klondike National Historic Site
Tage Cho Hudän Interpretive Centre
Yukon Arts Centre
Yukon Beringia Interpretive Centre
Yukon Transportation Museum

      Canada Territories Parks
Northwest Territories Parks:
Fort Providence Territorial Park
Fred Henne Territorial Park
Hidden Lake Territorial Park
Prelude Lake Territorial Park
Reid Lake Territorial Park
Gwich'in Territorial Park
Happy Valley Territorial Park
Ja'k Territorial Park
Nitainlaii Territorial Park
McKinnon Territorial Park
Blackstone Territorial Park
Fort Simpson Territorial Park
60th Parallel Territorial Park
Kakisa River Territorial Park
Lady Evelyn Falls Territorial Park
Sambaa Deh Falls Territorial Park
Twin Falls Gorge Territorial Park
Little Buffalo River Falls Territorial Park
Queen Elizabeth Territorial Park
Wood Buffalo National Park
Hay River Territorial Park
Little Buffalo River Crossing Territorial Park
Nunavut Parks:
Auyuittuq National Park
Quttinirpaaq National Park
Sirmilik National Park
Ukkusiksalik National Park
Fossil Creek Trail
Inuujaarvik Territorial Park
Iqalugaarjuup Nunanga Territorial Park
Katannilik Territorial Park
Kekerten Territorial Park
Kugluk (Bloody Falls) Territorial Park
Mallikjuaq Territorial Park
Northwest Passage Trail
Ovayok Territorial Park
Pisuktinu Tunngavik Territorial Park (Campground)
Qaummaarviit Territorial Park
Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park
Tamaarvik Territorial Park (Campground)
Taqaiqsirvik Territorial Park (Campground)
Tupirvik Territorial Park (Campground)
Yukon Parks:
Chisholm Trail Park
City Park
Kimbell Park
Bledsoe Park
Hilcrest Park
Ranchwood Park
Sunrise Park
Taylor Park
Welch Park
Dickenson Park

      Canada Territories Religious
Northwest Religious:
Northwest Roman Catholic Church Population is 46.7%
Northwest United Church of Canada is 7%
Northwest Anglican Church of Canada is 14.9%
Nunavut Religious:
Nunavut Roman Catholic Church Population is 23%
Nunavut Anglican Church of Canada is 58%
Nunavut Pentecostal is 4%
Yukon Religious:
Yukon Roman Catholic Church Population is 39.6%
Yukon Anglican Church of Canada is 17.8%
Yukon United Church of Canada is 9.6%

      Canada Territories Tax
Northwest Territories tax:
Northwest Territories Total Tax Rate is - 5%(GST)
Northwest Territories Income tax - 14.05%
Nunavut tax:
Nunavut Total Tax Rate is - 5%(GST)
Nunavut Income tax - 11.5%
Yukon tax:
Yukon Total Tax Rate is - 5%(GST)
Yukon Income tax - 12.80%

      Canada Territories Government
Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories government takes not only politics it involves social, economic and political issues specific to the territory. The Commissioner of Northwest Territories had full governmental powers until 1980 when the territories were disposed greater self-government.
Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs is appointed the Commissioner of Nunavut. Nunavut vote a single member of the Canadian House of Commons. This makes Nunavut the largest democratic riding in the world by area.
Yukon was a division of North-Western Territory that was administered by the Hudson's Bay Company, and then of the Northwest Territories administered by the federal Canadian government. It is separate territory with its own commissioner and an assigned Territorial Council in the year of 1898.

      Canada Territories Geography
Northwest Territories:
Northwest Territories situated in northern Canada. This Territory has two Canada's borders and three provinces. They are Yukon to the west and Nunavut to the east, British Columbia to the southwest, and Alberta and Saskatchewan to the south. Great Bear Lake is the one of the largest lake in Northwest Territory. The southern part of the territory has a subarctic climate while the islands and northern coast have a polar climate.
Nunavut has several islands. This makes it the fifth largest subnational establishment in the world. If Nunavut were a country, in area wise it has 15th rank in the world. It has most of the polar climate.
Yukon is border of the Alaska, United States. This shape was right triangle in map. This Territory has number of lakes, they are Teslin Lake, Atlin Lake, Tagish Lake, Marsh Lake, Lake Laberge, Kusawa Lake and Kluane Lake. Bennett Lake on the Klondike Gold Rush trail is a lake flowing into Nares Lake, with the greater part of its area within Yukon. Mount Logan is the highest point in the Canada. It is located at southeast part of the Yukon. There is mild climate in Yukon with normal winter temperature.

      Canada Territories Economy
Northwest Territories:
The Territory economy depended heavily on resource industries subject to wide rise in world markets. Mining is also largest economy sector in Northwest Territory. This Territory's important economy sectors are Agriculture, Diamonds, Energy, Fisheries, Fur, Mining, Oil and Gas and Tourism. Oil and gas exploration and development are also important. The Northwest Territories provide a variety of landscapes of great natural beauty, conducive to fishing, wildlife inspection and other outdoor activities.
Mining, oil gas mineral exploration, arts crafts, hunting, fishing, whaling, tourism, transportation, education - Nunavut Arctic College, housing is the most important sectors in Nunavut economy. Now tourism is also playing major role of this territory economy. Mary River Iron Ore is the main production in Territory.
Lead, zinc, silver, gold, and copper minings are the major sectors in Yukon economy and tourism is also playing a major role in this economy. Government sector is the biggest employer in this territory. Now air transportation plays a vital role, and there is an international airport at Whitehorse. Manufacturing, clothing, and handicrafts are main sectors. User Canadaterritories Comments

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