Nunavut Real Estate

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About Nunavut
Nunavut, Canada’s youngest territory, is best known for its rich culture and Inuit population. In fact, this territory houses many galleries showcasing some of the finest Inuit art and arctic objects in Canada. You can also enjoy one of the many festivals that happen year round displaying the history and culture of the Inuit people.

Many that make Nunavut their home do so in the capital city of Iqaluit. Between its abundance of Territorial Parks, superb art displays and cultural centres, there is something for the whole family to enjoy. However, if you are looking for an adventure into the rugged wilderness, you need look no further. This territory boasts an almost unmatched bounty of outdoor activities. Between hiking, camping, kayaking, canoeing and wildlife sight-seeing, it is easy to find yourself lost in beauty of Nunavut.

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Fun Facts
  • In 1942, a major air base for the United States Air Force was built in Iqaluit, meant for refueling short range aircrafts heading to Europe.
  • Nunavut is Canada's newest territory, having been created on April 1st, 1999.
  • The Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park Reserve, found in Iqaluit, features the famous Sylvia Grinnell River, one of the places first explored by American explorer Charles Francis Hall in 1861.
  • Tanya Tagaq, a famous Inuit throat singer from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, was named a Member of the Order of Canada in 2016.
  • Due to permafrost, buildings in Nunavut are built on top of stilts.
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The Buyer's Journey

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