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Northern Canada

The North of Canada is a subarctic and arctic region with sparse population. They are some of the most remote regions on Earth, with vast landscapes and plenty of nature and wildlife to observe.
Iqaluit is the capital and largest settlement of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, and is located on a south-eastern inlet of Baffin Island.
Nunavut is an extensive territory in the far North of Canada, located east of the Northwest Territories, north of the Canadian provinces of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec, and west of the Danish territory of Greenland.
Inuvik is a town in Canada's Northwest Territories located at the inland end of the McKenzie Delta and the northern end of the Dempster Highway, almost 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.
The Northwest Territories are a part of Northern Canada. The Northwest Territories is divided into five regions …
Rankin Inlet is in mainland Nunavut, Canada. The community of Rankin Inlet was formed next to a nickel mine in 1959, which employed most of the town's people.
For the town in Oklahoma see Yukon The Yukon is one of Canada's three territories, located in the North.
Yellowknife is the capital city of the Northwest Territories, on the North Arm of Great Slave Lake, on Yellowknife Bay.
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