Canada's Arctic: Untamed, unspoiled, undiscovered. The simple purity of this spectacular arctic landscape will beckon you to explore and discover its many unique wonders. An array of activities await you in Nunavut, from kayaking past towering icebergs to rafting the wild rivers of the High Arctic tundra.
The people of Nunavut carry with them a long and proud past. Nunavut's history is captured in stories, songs and traditions, passed along verbally through countless generations. With someone always willing to share thir stories with you, you'll find yourself easily immersed in the history of this land.
Capital City: Iqaluit
Size of Territory: 1.944 million square kilometres, or 1/5 the size of Canada
GLBT Legislation: Nunavut included "sexual orientation" in it's human rights legislation as a prohibited ground of discrimination in 2003.
A New Addition: Nunavut became Canada's largest and newest territory on April 1, 1999.
Noteworthy: Nunavut means "our land" in Inukitut, the language of the Inuit.