Thursday, May 28, 2015


FROM AMERICA TO NUNAVUT-CULTURE. Nunavut, which means "our land" in Inuktitut, is an important event in the history of Inuit and Canada. On April 1, 1999, Nunavut became the youngest region of Canada. Covering the Middle East and Arctic regions - nearly one-fifth of the area of Canada. Originally part of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut establishment was first proposed in the mid-1970s as part of the Inuit land claims. Nunavut has a population of around 30800-85 percent of the population is Inuit and 60 percent are under 25 years old. Nearly one-fifth of the population is living in the community of Iqaluit. Winter lasts almost 9 months in this province, with snow blanketing most of the year this region.

Mining, shrimp and shellfish breeding, hunting and catching animals, the production of goods arts and crafts industry is key, as well as the opportunity to experience Inuit culture directly. Three national parks will be created under the terms of the Nunavut land claim settlement.

Nunavut is the northernmost permanent settlement in the world, so do not be surprised if nunavut be an area that deserves to be noted and considered. nunavut culture is extremely diverse. with the state of society which occupies the most northern region, making nunavut be a very industrial area produces. nunavut natural beauty is also outstanding, making anyone who sees it becoming complacent. so, if you have time to spare, come to nunavut and enjoy its natural beauty and can learn and enjoy the charm and culture held by nunavut