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Things to do in Nunavut

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Arctic Bay Adventures
Arctic Circle Paws and Paddles Outfitters & Bed & Breakfast Repulse Bay
Arctic Kingdom Iqaluit
Baffin Safari
Black Feather Wilderness Adventures
Inukpak Outfitting
Churchill Wild
Huit Huit Tours
Polar Sea Adventures

Hunt & Fish


Igloo Tourism and Outfitters Igloolik
Land of the Midnite Sun - High Arctic Lodge
Muskox Hunting in Canada


Plummers Arctic Lodges Kugluktuq
Siku Tours Coral Harbour

Snow & Ice

Sports & Recreation

Hockey Nunavut Iqaluit


Kayak & Canoe

Belcher Island Kayak Tour Belcher


Akimiski Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary James Bay
Canadian High Arctic Research Station Cambridge Bay
Ellesmere Island Mummified Forest
Haughton Crater
Marble Island
Mount Thor
Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum Iqaluit
St. Jude's Igloo Cathedral Iqaluit
Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park

Eat & Drink
Cafes & Coffee Shops

Black Heart Cafe Iqaluit
Kuugaq Cafe Cambridge Bay

Family Dining

Big Racks BBQ Iqaluit
Caribrew Cafe Frobisher Inn
Frob Kitchen & Eatery Iqaluit
Frobisher Inn Dining Out
The Navigator Restaurant Iqaluit
Saxifrage Cambridge Bay
The Snack Iqaluit
Storehouse Bar & Grill Iqaluit
Yummy Shawarma Iqaluit


Hunter's Market Iqaliut


Alianait Arts Festival
Arctic Winter Games
Ivakkak Quaqtaq
Puvirnituq Snow Festival
Nunavut Mining Symposium Iqualuit
Toonik Tyme Festival Iqaluit

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New Brunswick
Newfoundland & Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island


The Northwest Passage – The Last Frontier



Sinaaq' is the Inuktitut word for the floe edge, which is a very special place to be in the spring. A floe is a flat chunk of floating sea ice up to 10 kilometres (6 miles) wide. As drift ice, it will rise and fall with the tides and travel with the ocean currents and arctic winds unless it is blocked by fast ice, coastal sea ice fastened to the land or shallow sea floor.

Floe Edge in Nunavut Canada

photo credit: Nunavut Tourism

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