Food in Nunavut?
The food in Nunavut are the meat and fish that people in Nunavut hunt for.
And sometimes they eat seals.
And sometimes they eat seals.
The capital of Nunavut is Iqaluit , formerly knownas "Frobisher Bay". Nunavut, Canada's newest territory, was created out of theNorthwest Territories on April 1, 1999. The population of Iqaluitis approximately 5,000.
Nunavut, Canada was founded on July 9th 1999 and Iqaluit was made capital of the new territory
food products like packed fish and meat , doors , and windows love Caitlin Moore
nunavutes rescources are lead, zinc, oil, gas, gold and dimonds. nunavutes rescources are lead, zinc, oil, gas, gold and dimonds
there are no major industries in Nunavut, there are many people who earn a living by hunting , fishing , carving, the trades like Carpentry, plumbing and electrics.
Lupin Mine---gold . Polaris Mine---lead and zinc . Nanisivik Mine at Nanisivik---lead and zink . Rankin Inlet Mine---nickel and copper . Jericho Diamond Mine--- diamond . Miramar Mining Corporation---Doris North Gold Mine . Cumberland Resources . Northern Transportation Company Limited
Nunavut was formed in 1999. It is located in Canada. Nunavut was formed in 1999. Before this it was a part of the Northwest Territories
It became part of Canada in 1999. I am not sure ib the day though
It was separated from the Northwest Territories to showcase the different properties of each territory.
yes the Inuits who make up 85% of the population use igloos to move when they are hunting but they do not use them as their actuall house
No, Nunavut is one of the three territories of Canada. The other two are the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
Canadians The population is about: 84% Inuit 15% Non-Aboriginal (mostly British or French ancestry) 1% Indian and Metis
Nunavut is Canada's third, and newest, territory. It was formed in 1999 out of the eastern part of the Northwest Territories.
Most of Nunavut is the Northern Arctic Ecozone, with small parts being the Arctic Cordillera .
The Northwest territory was way to big and the government in Canada got bored and had nothing better to do.
Nunavut has land borders with the Northwest Territories on several islands as well as the mainland, Manitoba to the south of the Nunavut mainland, Saskatchewan to the southwest and a tiny land border with Newfoundland and Labrador on Killiniq Island. It also shares maritime borders with the province…s of Quebec, Ontario, and Manitoba and with Greenland. -wikipedia (MORE)
it is located in Canada Nunavut is the 3rd territory in the North of Canada's of Hudson's bay and North of Labrador. Nunavut is a Territory of Canada.
WEATHER January July as you see it is cold PRECIPITATION: 22mm 58mm max temp.: -21 12
Nunavut is 2,093,190 km 2 . ==. Nunavut, Canada's newest territory, is approximately the size of Western Europe or Mexico. At over two million square kilometers, Nunavut is approximately one-fifth of Canada's land mass, and twice the size of the Province of Ontario.
Nunavut, part of the Canadian shield, is mainly vegetated by Boreal forests (poplar, spruce, fir, deciduous), although most of the territory lies north of the tree line where no trees are able to grow. In this region, only smaller, warmth-absorbing plants like lichens and mosses are able to grow.
The current premier of nunavut is Eva Aariak, who was selected on November 14, 2008.
some interesting facts are the land which is now Nunavut was once part of the northwest territories.
Some of Nunavut's vegetation are rare berries, lichens, arctic willows, moss, tough grass, and small willow shrubs. . but you can just type nunavut vegetation into google and the first result has this exact sentance.
The most common food here in Nunavut include: - Caribou (Dried, Raw, Fried, Boiled or Frozen) - Char (Dried, Raw, Fried, Boiled or Frozen) - Seal (Raw or Boiled) - Baluga (Raw, boiled or Frozen) - Geese, Ptarmigan - Cloud berries - Black/blue berries
all my family lives in Nunavut, so I go up there to visit family. I'm pretty sure if you go up there, people are more than willing to show you around town, show you different places, show you how we hunt, fish and people may be surprised by this, but they do modern things too like play sports every …night. it is actually really fun and the people everywhere you go, are super nice! (MORE)
There isn't a such thing as a state in Canada, they have 10 provinces & 3 territories, no states. The US and other countries have states. Nunavut is a territory of Canada it was recently founded by the splitting of the North West Territories (a territory in Canada) into two separate territories.
they eat cheese and do stuff that nunavut people do The person answering this question is obviously trying to be funny. People in Nunavut do what other people do, live their lives, have a job, a family and so on.
Maybe not specifically Nunavut, but all of northern Canada is partially known for one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, "Aurora Borealis". Or the northern lights as some may call it. They are absolutely beautiful and definitely a great sight to see. Apparently the magnificent of the scene is in…describable! (MORE)
Nunavut is within CanadaÃ¢??s territory. The capital of Nunavut isIqaluit. The meaning of the word Nunavut is Ã¢??Our LandÃ¢??.
You can get to Nunavut by an airplane, boat, ship during the summer or by a snowmobile during the winter.
Nunavut is the largest and newest federal territory in Canada. It means 'Our Land' in the language of the Inuit peoples for whom the land division was made. It was formed from land that formerly made up part of the Northwest Territories. The formation took place on April 1, 1999 in accordance w…ith the Nunavut Act and the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act . Both acts were an attempt by the Canadian government to remedy a previously existing situation. During 1953-1955, people such as the Inuit were relocated from the High Arctic, due to the strategic location of this share of Canadian lands and waters during the Cold War . With the end of the Cold War four decades later, the government sought to recompense and encourage relocation of those people and their descendants, back to the High Arctic areas where their cultures had developed. (MORE)
Because it is a Canadian territory that is far up north right next to Greenland and the Arctic Ocean.
In most places, It's just winter all year round... I think. but the places I go, have summers, but there short. and it snows a lot.
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 th…e VAST size of the Dong area, they were far removed from even the other Northern Areas of Canada. Nunavut is now a Territory of Canada (MORE)
Oh hi there ok well the answer u r looking for in here for this question is that.................................Nunavut.......is....made out of snow, rocks mountains and a chuck of iced land ok so nunavut is made out of those 3 things and there are seals and polar bears u got to look out for if u r… going to go for a visit there well this question was answerd by Jenias ok have a good day and i know it is May 18th 2010 but i say MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF U MVAHAHAHAHA have fun :) ?......................................................................................... Hasta Luwago spanish for SEE U :) :p............................................. (MORE)
Nunavut is a territory in Canada and has a Commissioner appointedby a federal minster. Nunavut elects a member to the Canadian Houseof Commons. There is a Premier elected to be the head of governmentfor Nunavut. Currently this is Paul Aarulaaq Quassa as of 2017.
it is very boring out there so i moved but if you like math and french then you will like it cause that's all they teach
No, there is no nice weather in Nunavut, except for south Nunavut which is okay in the summer.
Nunavut was given to the Inuit, so i don't think so because they live individually, and i don't even think there is very much of a government. although right now the Canadian government has ships up near there protecting the northwest passage.
the temperature starts to drop by September, it starts to snow by September, spring does start in March but the snow actually starts to melt by May, and we have slushy/muddy gravel-roads during June. 2 months out of a year of summer.
They hunt for raw meat and fish . They use animal skins to make clothing and weapons out of their bones. This is how the Inuit make their living in Nunavut!
Many of them go ice fishing, play ice hockey, and some go to church daily. Wow... they do not only 'go ice fishing, play ice hockey, and some go to church daily.'.... they do what any other person does, except go shopping at American Eagle! They live lives like everybody else!
The Motto of Nunavut (which means 'Our Land'), written in Inuktitutand translates as Nunavut Sanginivut , means 'Nunavut, OurStrength'.
Straight off Wiki, but answers your question :) Area  . Ranked 1 st . Total. 2,093,190 km 2 (808,190 sq mi). Land. 1,932,255 km 2 (746,048 sq mi). Water (%). 160,935 km 2 (62,137 sq mi) (7.7%). Population . Ranked 13 th . Total (2006). 29,474. Density. 0.015 /km 2 (0.039… /sq mi). GDP . Ranked 13 th . Total (2006). C$1.213 billion  . Per capita. C$39,383 (8 th ) . (MORE)
There is only one the rest are Hamlets. The only city is the capitol Iqaluit and they do have a website.
Nunavut is a federal territory in Canada. It's northernmost point of land is about 500 miles (800 km) from the North Pole.
As recently as 1996, the life expectancy for men was 67 and for women, 72. This is in contrast to Canada's life expectancy at the time, which was 75 for men and 85 for women.
Flag has a yellow background on the left and white on the right with a blue star and a red inuksuk in the center.
Zinc is used and very important in protecting ur skin and anything from the suns rays. It is commonly found in large lakes seas and sometimes but rarely in oceans
Nunavut, separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999, comprises 20.4% of the total area of Canada. Water area . . . 160,935 square kilometers Land area . . . 1,877,787 square kilometers Total area . . . 2,038,722 square kilometers