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Nunavut was formed on April 1, 1999 splitting off from the Northwest Territories and forming their own government. The Inuit, a Native American People, have lived off the arctic land for centuries and wanted their own Region to manage. A land settlement was agreed upon in April of 1999. 

Due to the vast size of the Arctic area, they were far removed from even the other Northern Areas of Canada. Nunavut is now a Territory of Canada,


Nunavut Cities

Arviat Baffin Cape Dorset Iqaluit
Pangnirtung Pond Inlet Rankin Inlet  

Northwest Territories Newspapers

Alberta Family Histories Society (AFHS) Gen. Projects Registry

Canadian Archives

Canadian North (National Geographic)

Canadian Archival Resources on the Internet - NW Territories

Canadian Library Index - Northwest Territories

Cyndi's NW Territories Nunavut, and Yukon Territories

Cyndi's Canada Military

Hudson's Bay Company Archives

Inuit Culture - Ann Meekitjuk Hanson


Northwest Territories Public Library Services

Nunavut Arctic College

Nunavut--Canada's Newest Territory

Nunavut Government website

Nunatsiaq News

The Nunavut Handbook




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