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In April, experience the Arctic from a qamutik (sled) behind an eager team of dogs. You can tour deep fiords or the tundra feeding grounds of Peary caribou. On some tours, you set up a..
Arctic Bay, or Ikpiarjuk, the pocket, is surrounded on three sides by high cliffs and hills, where mountains reach up to 1,300 metres in height. Located on the Borden Peninsula of northern..
Clyde River, which is Kangiqtugaapik or “nice little inlet” to the Inuit, can be found halfway up the eastern shore of Baffin Island, sheltered by Patricia Bay. The surrounding fiords..
Hall Beach is located on the shore of Foxe Basin on the Melville Peninsula. Hall Beach was created when a Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line site was built in the area in 1957 to help monitor..
Igloolik is located on a small island in Foxe Basin, just off Melville Peninsula on the mainland of Nunavut. Although Igloolik is part of the Qikiqtani or Baffin region, there exists a mix..
Nestled at the bottom of a mountain, at the mouth of a river, and surrounded by spectacular fiords, Pangnirtung, or “Pang” to locals, is located on Baffin Island, in Cumberland Sound...
Pond Inlet is located on the northeastern shore of Baffin Island, across from Bylot Island. To the Inuit, it is known as Mittimatalik, “the place where Mittima is buried”. Although the..
Qikiqtarjuaq, formerly known as Broughton Island, is located just off the east coast of Baffin Island. Although the island is referred to as “the big island,” as its Inuktitut name..
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