Why the sarcasm?Does it make you feel somehow superior?
Tunngasugitti - welcome to
the Government of Nunavut
Nunavut – “our land” in the Inuktitut language - has been home to Inuit for millennia and part of Canada for more than a century. Embracing both traditional knowledge and values and the new opportunities presented by technologies like the Internet, the Government of Nunavut now provides a wide range of services tailored to the unique needs of approximately 29,500 residents.
Facts About Nunavut
Read about our people and culture, wildlife, official symbols, background about Nunavut Land Claim, and much more.
Legislative Assembly of Nunavut
Look up MLA contact information, read up on Acts and regulations, Throne Speech, Hansard, status of Bills and more.
Nunavut Business Information
Nunavut is a place of great economic growth. Read the latest Requests for Proposals about the Inuit/Northern Preference and information about Starting a Business.
2007 Western Premiers’ Conference
July 4 to 6, 2007 Iqaluit Nunavut
Development of Suicide Prevention Strategy
Discussion Paper Released to Engage Nunavummiut on Development of Suicide Prevention Strategy
10th Anniversary Nunavut!
Council of the Federation Literacy Award
Commissioner’s Arts Award
Call us toll free: 1-877-212-6438
email address: email@example.com
Government of Nunavut Phone Directory
Nunavut became Canada’s third Territory on April 1, 1999
Area of Nunavut: 1,994,000 sq km (Canada is 9,970,610 sq km, Greenland is 2,175,600 sq km)
1999 population was about 27,500, 21,00 of who were Inuit.
Population per square kilometre in the Nunavut area is 0.01 (Canada is 2.9, Germany 220)
The capital is Iqaluit
Iqaluit is at 64°, Rankin Inlet 63° and Grise Fiord 77°
You DO know where Canada is right?It’s that gigantic country to your North.Nunavut covers approximately40% of the Canadian Arctic.Why don’t you get a map or google it?Or is it just too darn much fun mocking it.?