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Map of Nunavut

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Nunavut Location Map

This Nunavut map displays populated places, lakes, and rivers. For example, it displays Iqaluit which is the capital and largest city in Nunavut. It also includes satellite imagery and a hillshade relief map of Nunavut to display the topography. Nunavut borders the Northwest Territories to the west, Manitoba to the south, and the Hudson Bay/Northwestern Passage to the east.

Nunavut is the newest territory in Canada being established in 1999. It’s the largest Canadian territory (over 2 million sq. km) occupying most of the Canadian Arctic. The population is sparsely scattered throughout the territory with Iqaluit (Frobisher Bay), Rankin Inlet, and Arviat as the most populous.

It’s home to the world’s northernmost permanently inhabited place, Alert. The territory is known for its Aurora Borealis, polar bears, and natural resources. The climate is polar in the higher latitudes with winter temperatures around -30°C. If you go as far north as Grise Fiord, you can experience 24 hours of darkness in December.

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Nunavut Cities and Towns

Iqaluit
Arctic Bay
Resolute
Naujaat
Cambridge Bay
Kugluktuk
Chesterfield Inlet
Arviat
Taloyoak
Igloolik
Pangnirtung
Pond Inlet
Cape Dorset
Kimmirut
Gjoa Haven
Grise Fiord
Alert
Ennadai
Rankin Inlet
Coral Harbour
Baker Lake
Hall Beach

Lakes and Rivers

Dubawnt Lake
Baker Lake
Kasba Lake
Bluenose Lake
Yathkyed Lake
Tehek Lake
Point Lake
Washburn Lake
Thlewiaza River
Kazan River
Burnside River
Takijuq Lake
Aberdeen Lake
Contwoyto Lake
Nueltin Lake
Garry Lake
Zeta Lake
Nettilling Lake
Amadjuak Lake
Coppermine River
Back River
Thelon River

Mountains and peaks

Barbeau Peak
Mount Odin

Other features

Iqaluit Airport
Repulse Bay

Canadian Provinces

Canadian Territories

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