Canada, Nunavut, Baker Lake, Inuit family inside igloo, low angle view : Stock Photo
Canada, Nunavut, Baker Lake, Inuit family inside igloo, low angle view : Stock Photo

Canada, Nunavut, Baker Lake, Inuit family inside igloo, low angle view

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April 1, 1999 marked the establishment of an autonomous homeland for the Canadian Inuit people called Nunavut (meaning 'our land'). The Northwest Territories were divided into two, the eastern part is Nunavut

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