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To help you to find reliable movers Nunavut, we have compiled a list of Movers in Nunavut where you can avail all kinds of Moving Services & Local Moves. The Nunavut Movers listed under TopMoving.ca are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you receive the 'Best Relocation Service'. The Nunavut Local Movers are registered and provide satisfactory services to the best of our knowledge.

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About Nunavut


For long time, Nunavut has been home for the Inuit people. The name Nunavut in the Inuktitut language means “Our Land”. For over 100 years the region has been the part of Canada. Nunavut is the youngest of all the 3 federal territories of Canada. Nunavut was split officially from Northwest Territories on April 1, 1999 through the Nunavut Act and the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act. Iqaluit is the territorial capital of Nunavut; it is also the largest city and metro in the territory.

Purple Saxifrage, which is one of the 1st few plants to bloom in Arctic spring season, is the official territorial flower of Nunavut. Rock Ptarmigan, a year round native of the territory is the official territorial bird. While the Canadian Inuit Dog, which has lived in the region for 4000 years is official territorial animal of Nunavut.

Nunavut is the largest of all the 3 Federal Territories of Canada. The territory of Nunavut spans a total area of 2,093,190 km2 or 808,190 Sq/Mi, of which 1,932,254 Km2 is covered by land. About 160,935 km2 area of the territory is covered in water. Nunavut shares its borders with Northwest Territories on its mainland as well as many of its islands. Manitoba lies to its south and on its southwest lies Saskatchewan, a small land border exists with Newfoundland and Labrador on Killiniq Island. Its maritime borders are shared by Quebec, Ontario and Manitoba and an international maritime border with Greenland.

The climate of Nunavut experiences huge amount of variations in local weather conditions. The region has harsh winter conditions, with temperatures dipping as low as -35oC in Grise Fiord, the due north of the region. July experiences mean temperatures of 10oC. The summer season in the territory is mild, but highly prone to unpredictable and unexpected sudden changes in climatic conditions.

Nunavut is one of the most thinly populated regions in the whole world. It is the least populated federal territories of Canada. As of April 1st 2011, Nunavut had a total population of 33,413 people with a population density of about 0.015 /km2 or 0.039 /sq mi. Inuit are the single largest ethnic group in the region constituting a very large portion of population.

As per 2006 census, Nunavut’s GDP was C$1.213 billion and its per capita income was C$39,383. In 2008 the real GDP growth rate was 8.0% and in 2010 the real GDP of all the industries in the territory was 1224.8 millions of dollars. Mining, Oil and Gas extraction were the largest sources of income in territory, generating 197.1 million dollars. Construction industry is the second largest industry in the territory, having generated 172.1 million dollars in 2010.

 
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