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Nunavut Information
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.

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      Nunavut Recreation, Culture and Attractions
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.

      Nunavut Demographics
Nunavut Territories Inuktitut Population is 69.54%
Nunavut Territories English Population is 26.75%
Nunavut Territories French Population is 1.27%
Nunavut Territories Inuinnaqtun Population is 1.02%

      Nunavut Education
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.

      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. 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.

      Nunavut Tourism Information
Nunavut is largest and least populated territory in Canada. It is an arctic terminus that offers a pristine, raw, non-commercialized, and a truly "you and nature" experience. It has many tourist attractions like, ice flows, tame the rapids, camp by tranquil lakes, cross-country ski for days, hunt and fish, try dog-sledding, or go extreme mountain hiking. There are outdoor activities are very popular in Nunavut. Tourism is playing a major role in Nunavut economy. There is number of polar bears, and trips designed to rise tourists' chances of spotting a polar bear are common.

      Nunavut Tourist Attractions
Auyuittuq National Park
Baffin Island
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Cape Dorset, Capital of Inuit Art
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Grise Fiord
Kitikmeot Region
Kivalliq Region
Nunavut Airports
Nunavut Bird Watching
Nunavut Territorial Parks
Quttinirpaaq National Park
Resolute Bay
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      Nunavut Museums
Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts & Crafts
Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum
Matchbox Gallery

      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)

      Nunavut Religious
Nunavut Roman Catholic Church Population is 23%
Nunavut Anglican Church of Canada is 58%
Nunavut Pentecostal is 4% Nunavut other population is 15%

      Nunavut Tax
Nunavut Total Tax Rate is - 5%(GST)
Nunavut Income tax - 11.5%

      Nunavut Government
The federal government in Ottawa maintains the eventual concern for government in the Nunavut. Though, a territorial administration sitting at Iqaluit exercises operative government power. 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.

      Nunavut Geography
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. More than half of the Nunavut Territory is covered of islands, main are Baffin, Devon, Ellesmere and Victoria. Nearly all of Nunavut's rivers drain into the Hudson Bay or the Arctic Ocean.

      Nunavut Economy
Mining, oil gas mineral exploration, arts crafts, hunting, fishing, whaling, tourism, transportation, education - Nunavut Arctic College, housing are most important sectors in Nunavut economy. Now tourism is also playing a major role of this territory economy. Mary River Iron Ore is the main production in Territory. The growth of mineral and petroleum resources has the prospective to generate important economic benefits for Nunavut.

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