Iqaluit

IqaluitIqaluit - Place of many fish

Iqaluit - ᐃᖃᓗᐃᑦ - 'Place of many fish'

The city of Iqaluit is located on Baffin Island at the northern end of Frobisher Bay near the mouth of the Sylvia Grinnell River. Iqaluit is the territorial capital of Nunavut, the largest and fastest-growing community in the territory. This exciting, dynamic city is the political, business, journalism and transportation hub of Nunavut, with an excellent airport. The landing strip is long enough to land the space shuttle, so it is often used for cold weather testing of the world's largest new aircraft. Formerly known as Frobisher Bay, the modern city of Iqaluit is rich with traditional Inuit culture. It is the home of many Inuit artists, filmmakers and musicians, plus there are arts and culture festivals staged in the spring and summer that bring artists here from across the territory. The friendly people of Iqaluit — the 'Iqalumiut' — love to go out on the land, sea and ice at all times of the year to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. Iqaluit is located near beautiful parklands that feature a range of landscapes, mountains, rivers, waterfalls and ancient Thule sites to visit.

Community Snapshot

Population
7,250
Ethnic distribution
60% Inuit
Languages
Inuktitut, English, French
Location

Longitude 68° 31’ W
Latitude 63° 45’ N
Elevation 34m

City of Iqaluit Map

Topography

Iqaluit is situated on gently rolling hills, with rocky outcrops and lush tundra valleys. The tides of Frobisher Bay at Iqaluit rise and fall eight to twelve metres (26-39 feet) twice a day — the second highest tides in Canada after the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia.

Climate

From May through August, Iqaluit days are long and sunny, averaging 16 hours of daylight with temperatures of 5°C to 25°C. The city enjoys nearly 24 hours of sunshine in late June and early July, with beautiful twilight skies for two hours around midnight. The shortest days of December have four hours of daylight, with the sun hovering on the southern horizon. Northern Lights are frequently seen from October to April. Winter temperatures of -10°C to -32°C are common.

History

iqaluit-capital-nunavut'Iqaluit' means 'place of many fish' in Inuktitut. The ancient Thule people knew it well. At nearby Qaummaarviit Island there are several archaeological sites containing thousand-year-old artifacts of these great Inuit ancestors.

The first European to make a big fuss about this place was the British explorer Sir Martin Frobisher in 1576. He sailed into the bay and believed he had found a direct route to China, so he named it 'Frobisher's Straites' after himself. He thought he discovered gold here too, shipping a large amount of it to England where it was recognized as pyrite — fool's gold. In 1861, the American explorer Charles Francis Hall arrived in search of the lost Franklin Expedition. He learned from a local hunter named Koojesse that 'Frobisher's Straites' was really just a big long bay and not the fabled Northwest Passage, so he hired Koojesse as his guide and geographer, naming an inlet after him. By 1870, Frobisher 'Bay' was frequently visited by whaling vessels and fur trading began. Whaling died out in the early 1900s, but the fur trade expanded. Anglican and Catholic missions arrived. In 1914, the Hudson Bay Company (HBC) opened a trading post at Ward Inlet, about 64 kilometres (40 miles) south of here. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrived in the 1920s.

Americans chose the location of Koojesse Inlet for a United States Air Force (USAF) base during WWII. The airstrip was operational by 1943. The HBC trading post relocated itself nearby and many Inuit families made permanent homes here. The settlement of Frobisher Bay was born. During the Cold War 1950s it became part of the NORAD DEW line with a population of 1,200 people (40% Inuit) in 1957. The federal government of Canada brought in doctors, teachers, administrators, clerks and support staff. Large numbers of Inuit people continued to settle here. The USAF pulled out in 1963. In 1987 the community changed its name back to Iqaluit, reverting to the original Inuktitut name. The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement was signed here in 1993. By plebiscite in 1995 Iqaluit was chosen to be the capital of the new territory of Nunavut — which officially came into being on April 1, 1999.

Activities & Wildlife

Dog sledding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are very popular activities in Iqaluit, also boating, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, kite skiing and tobogganing. In the summertime there are many scenic places to go hiking, fishing, camping and berry picking, such as Sylvia Grinnell Park, the Road to Nowhere and the seaside trail to Apex. Expect to see large, talkative ravens all year round, as well as ptarmigans, snow buntings and seagulls. Arctic hares, lemmings and arctic foxes are often found nearby. Caribou are found farther away. When the sea ice breaks up, inquisitive seals can be spotted from town. Polar bears are rare, but sometimes do show up. There are many opportunities to go hunting and fishing in both summer and winter. Permits are available and local experts will guide you to the best sites. Sledding expeditions into nearby Tarr Inlet, Sylvia Grinnell Park and Katannilik Park are great ways to spend a winter or spring day!

Arts & Culture

Iqaluit has a superb arts tradition. Locally made carvings, prints, jewellery and finely sewn items of Inuit clothing can be purchased in several locations. The Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA) organize an annual summer festival event showcasing Nunavut artists. The Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre celebrates Nunavut — its lands, people and history. Plus there is an excellent museum.

Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association 
Ph: (867) 979-7808 
Fax: (867) 979-6880 
Email: r.house@nacaarts.org 
www.nacaarts.org

Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre 
This facility features several cultural exhibits and wildlife displays. It provides maps, tourism and historical information. Unikkaarvik also rents bicycles and shows Inuit movies. With special weekly events, guest speakers and visiting exhibitions, there is always something new and enjoyable happening here.
Ph: (867) 979-4636 
Fax: (867) 979-3754 
Email: info@nunavuttourism.com 
www.nunavuttourism.com

Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum 
Home to a large collection of local and regional Inuit artifacts and fine art, with interpretive displays and travelling exhibits. 
Ph: (867) 979-5537 
Fax: (867) 979-4533 
www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.ca/GetMuseumProfile.do?lang=en&chinCode=guabmm

Traditional cultural activities and the performing arts of Nunavut are showcased in the spring and summer at two very popular festivals.

Toonik Tyme Festival 
Iqaluit's spring festival is held every April. It is a weeklong event that includes traditional Inuit games and activities such as igloo building, dogsled races, snowmobile races, seal skinning contests, musical performances and feasts.
www.tooniktyme.com

Alianait Arts Festival 
This is a popular summertime cultural event in Iqaluit, taking place in late June to early July, that features performing and visual artists from Nunavut and around the world for several days of music, theatre, film, circus acts and storytelling.
www.alianait.ca

Parks

Qaummaarviit Territorial Historic Park
Not far from Iqaluit lies the tiny, rocky island of Qaummaarviit, which means ‘the place that shines’ in Inuktitut. This lovely park is rich in archaeological artifacts dating back to the Thule culture that demonstrate the inventiveness and adaptability of this remarkable people. Touring 'the place that shines' makes for a great day trip into the ancient past.

www.nunavutparks.com/english/parks-special-places/qaummaarviit-territorial-park/overview.aspx

Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park
Situated a short distance from Iqaluit is a picturesque park of rolling hills divided in two by the meandering Sylvia Grinnell River. The river was named Sylvia Grinnell by the American explorer Charles Francis Hall in 1861 for a daughter of his benefactor, the American philanthropist Henry Grinnell, a good friend of Lady Jane Franklin who sponsored Hall to search for the lost 1845 John Franklin expedition. Hall camped here in 1861 and named the inlet that this river feeds into after his Inuit guide Koojesse. The views are breathtaking and local people enjoy camping here all summer long. The park provides washrooms, tent platforms and fire pits. There is a pavillion detailing the history and features of the park. The river is a great place to catch fish and the tundra landscape along its course of rapids and waterfalls is a popular picnic location. There are some ancient Thule ruins near the falls. One of the rarest plants in Canada, the woodsia fern grows here. Caribou and arctic fox live here too.

www.nunavutparks.com/english/parks-special-places/sylvia-grinnell-territorial-park/overview.aspx

Katannilik Territorial Park
'Katannilik' means 'the place of waterfalls.' Countless cascades echo the recurring theme of this natural paradise. The park is an ancient arctic oasis corridor that follows the Itijjagiaq Trail and the Soper Valley — a 120 kilometre (75 mile) traditional overland route from Iqaluit to Kimmirut across the Meta Incognita Peninsula. It has beautiful mountains, cliffs, ravines and valleys to explore plus a great many waterfalls to enjoy. Katannilik contains the biggest trees growing on Baffin Island — Dwarf Arctic Willows that grow to three metres (ten feet) tall. Also unique to this park is one of the world's best deposits of lapis lazuli, the striking blue gemstone.

www.nunavutparks.com/english/parks-special-places/katannilik-territorial-park/overview.aspx

The Soper River
The Soper is a Canadian Heritage River located inside Katannilik Territorial Park that flows into the Hudson Strait at Kimmirut. Known locally as Kuujjuaq ('big river') the Soper River has many challenging sections of whitewater and numerous waterfalls. In places along the banks of this waterway there are dramatic cliffs rising 305 metres (1,000 feet) straight up. The Soper Valley has a unique microclimate that can be 5°C warmer than the surrounding terrain. It is a wonderful place to view wildlife. You may encounter caribou, ptarmigans, arctic hares, arctic foxes and arctic wolves. On rare occasions, a polar bear might wander into this area. So be alert and prudent, never leave a trail of garbage behind you and always use powerful binoculars or telephoto lenses to view these beautiful yet dangerous animals from a safe healthy distance.

www.nunavutparks.com/english/parks-special-places/soper-heritage-river/overview.aspx

Visitor information

Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre
Ph: (867) 979-4636
Fax: (867) 979-3754
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www.nunavuttourism.com

City of Iqaluit
Ph: (867) 979-5600
Fax: (867) 979-5922
Hotline: (867) 979-5677
City Hall: (867) 979-6448
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www.city.iqaluit.nu.ca

Members

Arctic Kingdom Expeditions
Arctic Kingdom Expeditions

Graham Dickson

PO Box 6117, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

416.322.7066 | 1.888.737.6818

416.887.0529

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http://www.arctickingdom.com

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We are Nunavut Specialists! Arctic Kingdom is fiercely dedicated to creating authentic and awe-inspiring Arctic travel experiences. Through our Wildlife Safaris, Quick Getaways, Backcountry Trips and Expedition Cruises, we ensure your Arctic experience in the world’s most captivating place is second-to-none. For shorter visits, we now offer day trips in Iqaluit; stop by our new Tour Iqaluit Office in the Hotel Arctic lobby to book snowmobile, boat, hike, ATV, and Iqaluit town tours, or to create a private tour or customized Getaway package made just for you.
Beaches Bed & Breakfast
Beaches Bed & Breakfast

Jack & Caroline Anawak

PO Box 11387 , Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.3373 | 867.979.3034

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www.iqaluitbeaches.ca

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Beaches Bed & Breakfast offers a real “Northern Welcome” situated right on beautiful Frobisher Bay. Sinaa community tours & a large meeting room can serve your every need!
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Big Racks BBQ

Matt Wilkins

Building 810, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.5555

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Big Racks BBQ dishing up home-style cooking in the heart of Iqaluit. Full menu available on our Facebook page. Dine in, take out and delivery available. Check us out on Nunavut's episode of Far and Wide on farandwide.much.com
Complete Expeditions Inc.
Complete Expeditions Inc.

Peter Jess

50 Confederation Villas NW, Calgary, AB, T2L 2K9

403.282.2268

403.453.2267

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http://www.complete-expeditions.com

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With decades of knowledge and experience, Complete Expeditions (ComEx), is a premier licensed guiding and outfitting company, specializing in the world's last frontier: The Northwest Passage. ComEx provides yacht/port agency services including yacht support operations, aircraft operations, and remote area logistics to its clientele in Greenland, the Canadian Arctic and Alaska. ComEx offers the most comprehensive super yacht services in the region including ice pilotage, local guiding and naturalist knowledge, yacht/port agency, permitting, provisioning and logistical support and planning for vessels transiting the Northwest Passage. With extensive local knowledge, ComEx safely takes clients to experience jaw-dropping pristine landscapes, exotic animal encounters, amazing angling, vibrant local Inuit culture, and untouched ancient Inuit cultural sites throughout Greenland, the Canadian Arctic and Alaska. Contact us to discuss your custom arctic experience.
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D.J. Specialites

PO Box 1289, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.222.3104

867.979.2485

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Convenience Store - Known as "Iqaluit's Convenient Store". Shopping, personal supplies - open daily until 10:00PM. Commercial and residential leasing options also available.
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Discover the World, Ltd.

Liz Lunnon

8 Bolters Lane - Arctic House, Banstead, Surrey, UK, SM7 2AR

44.1737.218.800

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http://www.discover-the-world.co

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Discover the World, Ltd. began in 1983, offering holidays to Iceland and the Arctic Regions. Over 30 years later we are now one of the UK's leading specialist tour operators and have proudly introduced a selection of refreshingly different wildlife and wilderness holidays to a multitude of worldwide destinations. These include Iceland, Scandinavia, the Arctic and Antarctic, Canada, Alaska and New Zealand. From tailor-made independent holidays to wildlife watching, expedition voyages and fly-drive touring, there is something to suit every budget and taste.
Eagle-Eye Tours, Inc.
Eagle-Eye Tours, Inc.

Cam Gillies

4711 Galena Street, Windermere, BC, V0B 2L2

250.342.8640

250.342.8644

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http://www.eagle-eye.com

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Eagle-Eye Tours is a global leader offering small group birding and nature tours and small ship expedition cruises. Our Nunavut tours include birding and wildlife viewing from land and sea. We offer an unforgettable floe edge trip from Pond Inlet where you can expect great birding and the chance to see narwhal, polar bears and much more! On this remarkable tour we travel with Inuit to the wildlife rich edge of the sea ice. Our Cambridge Bay tour includes birding and chance to see muskox on the beautiful arctic tundra. Our expedition cruises span the arctic including the Northwest Passage. With over 20 years of experience, we offer exceptional experiences in Nunavut; give us a call!
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Far Horizons

Carole Gobeil

6-2868 Hwy 43, RR1, Kemptville, ON, K0G 1J0

800.298.6607 x 204

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http://www.farhorizons.ca

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Far Horizons is an established retail and wholesale tour operator, since 1986, customizing unique and original travel packages to exotic destinations for travelers from around the world. Carole Gobeil joined the company in 2015 as their polar travel specialist. Carole has been traveling in the Arctic since 2005 and has a great passion for the North, She is fully bilingual, English and French. She escorts small personalized groups to the Arctic and builds packages suited to one's specific needs and desires.
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First Air

Jackie Dankwa

PO Box 477, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

1.800.267.1247

867.975.1059

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http://www.firstair.ca

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Scheduled, cargo and charter passenger flights to and within the NWT, Nunavut and Nunavik.  Main gateways:  Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Iqaluit and Yellowknife.  26 destinations in the North with over 20 aircraft.  All scheduled First Air flights earn Aeroplan points.  Charter air service also available worldwide.
Frobisher Inn
Frobisher Inn

Paul Sherman

PO Box 4209, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.2222 | 1.877.422.9422

867.979.0427

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http://www.frobisherinn.com

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Frobisher Inn boasts simplified elegance, service and attention to detail, and the latest features and amenities with 95 Standard, deluxe and executive suites. Coffee makers, wireless internet, voice mail, room service, dining room, lobby bar café and deli, sport bar lounge, banquet facilities, on site movie theatre, ATM machine, and convenience store.
Inukpak Outfitting
Inukpak Outfitting

Louis-Philip Pothier

PO Box 11392, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

(867) 979-7489 | (867) 222-6489

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http://www.inukpakoutfitting.ca

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Since 2011 we have been pleased to offer guided excursions throughout the Southern Baffin region. Our primary goal is to offer products and services tailored to your requirements which result in a one-in-a-lifetime experience. Our focus is on safety, accessibility, client requirements, Inuit culture and the environment. Specializing in dogsledding INUKPAK OUTFITTING offers a wide range of guided services such as: snowmobiling, hiking, canoeing, kayaking and much more. Whether you are looking for an outing for a few hours or a multi-day polar expedition; you’re a beginner adventurer or a seasoned outdoor enthusiast; you’re looking for a peaceful day in the park or a challenge to match your skills we have everything you need from head to toe! All of our services are turnkey, just bring your personal effects and we will supply the rest.
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Inuksuk Adventures, Ltd.

James Noble

PO Box 1907, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.1907

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Boat tours on Frobisher Bay. They range from 2-4 hours to full days. Contact us for a quote!
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Iqaluit Fine Arts Studio

Helen Webster

PO Box 760, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.5544

867.979.1103

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Sale of Inuit art includes sculptures, prints, jewelry, hats, mitts, drawings and wall hangings. Art Appraisals.  Also artworks with Arctic themes from proficient artists. Please call for an appointment
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Keewatin Air Charters

Naomi Vanderval

PO Box 658 , Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.975.7536 | 1.855.396.3043

867.975.7243

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www.keewatinair.ca

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Keewatin Air offers air charter services throughout the entire Nunavut Territory, in addition to to our world-renowned medivac services. For an amazing tour of the Iqaluit area, our 1 hour sight-seeing tours are extremely popular. Contact us today for your free quote.
NorthWinds Arctic Adventures
NorthWinds Arctic Adventures

Sarah McNair-Landry

PO Box 820, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.223.0551

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www.northwindsexpeditions.com

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NorthWinds is one of the leading polar expeditions companies in the world, having successfully led nine full-length South Pole expeditions, six full-length North Pole Expeditions, among many other epic dog sledding and kite skiing expeditions throughout the Arctic and, Greenland and the Antarctic. However impossible your goals may be, we can assist you as a guide, polar trainer, consultant or logistic coordinator.
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Northern Collectables

Bryan Hellwig

PO Box 1342, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.6495 | 1.877.34.INUIT (1.877.344.6848)

867.979.6480

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http://www.northerncollectables.com

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An Inuit-owned business located in Iqaluit offering magnificent pieces of Inuit art from the 50', 60's and 70's and up to the present. We strive in finding our collectors the pieces they are looking for! Check us out on our website!
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Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum

Gyu Oh

PO Box 1900, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.5537

867.979.4533

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Located in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, Nunatta Sunakkutaangit is the only museum in the Territory. The museum is a not-for-profit organization that preserves and promotes local culture and art. Housed in an old Hudson's Bay Company storage building, the museum offers a permanent gallery of Inuit artifacts and art and a temporary gallery of exhibitions of contemporary art. The museum also offers a unique gift shop with latest work of local artists.
Nunattaq Suites
Nunattaq Suites

Julie Beauchesne

PO Box 846, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.975.2745

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http://www.nunattaqsuites.com/

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Nunattaq Suites offers executive rooms with a smoke-free environment, wireless internet, cable t.v., telephone and voice mail access, private bathroom, laundry facilities, complimentary continental breakfast and access to a fully equiped kitchen.
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Nunavut Business Credit Corporation

box 2548, Iqaluit , X0A 0H0

867-979-4444

867-975-8802

www.nbcc.nu.ca

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Nunavut Caribou Tuktu Cabs Ltd.

Danny Savard

PO Box 537, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.4444 | 867.979.8822

867.979.8802

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Nunavut Parks and Special Places
Nunavut Parks and Special Places

P.O. Box 1000, Station 1340, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867-975-7700

867-975-7747

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http:/www.nunavutparks.com

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Outcrop Nunavut

Jen Hayward

PO Box 1360, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.2194

867.979.2192

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www.outcropnunavut.com

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Outcrop Nunavut is a full-service agency offering a wide range of services including advertising, marketing, graphic design, event planning and multimedia services.  Are you planning a conference or event in Nunavut or want a targeted communications product?  Then let Outcrop Nunavut deliver for you.
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Rannva Design

Rannva Simonsen

PO Box 2184, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.3183

867.979.3184

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http://www.rannva.com

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Looking for the perfect gift, a nice winter coat, some deliciously warm mittens? Quality and irresistible beauty is RANNVA's innate goal, creating a trendy mix of locally made traditional crafts - and high end Canadian made fashions. All inspired and designed in this special corner of the world. RANNVA's work is widely distributed throughout Canada and the world. 
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Sik Sik City Guides

Casey Lessard

5003-B Pingua Street, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.877.1825

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https://siksik.ca

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SikSik is the best way to navigate Iqaluit, featuring the city's first-ever detailed and interactive mobile street map, complete with business listings and local news. Iqaluit is a place where the streets have no names (or, at least, no one uses them). Until now, residents and visitors have had no way to easily find their way from House 1625 to House 3102. Save time and hassle by searching for the house or business you want, and clicking the navigate button to the corresponding page. SikSik saves you times and money, getting you to your destination quicker, and giving you the confidence to wander the city on your own without having to call a cab to take you two blocks away (of course, if you need a cab, our search function can help you with that too).
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Tabagari, Taylor & Johnson

Max Johnson

70 Algonquin Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R2G 2H3

204.792.0281

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www.ttjtourism.com

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TTJ Tourism provides community-based tourism consultancy services. We additionally offer individualized marketing and sales strategies, and work with companies, hamlets, regional organizations and government to develop and implement tourism strategies.
The Great Canadian Travel Company
The Great Canadian Travel Company

164 Marion Street, Winnipeg, R2H 0T4

204.949.0199 | 1.800.661.3830

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http://www.greatcanadiantravel.com

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Since 1981, The Great Canadian Travel Company has been helping people explore the world's most fascinating Arctic regions and most remote communities. We offer a variety of tours that will immerse you in the culture and landscapes of the North and can customize them to suit any travel style. 
Tour Iqaluit - Your Hometown Tour Specialists
Tour Iqaluit - Your Hometown Tour Specialists

Malaya Qaunriq-Chapman (IQ Coordinator)

PO Box 6117, Iqaluit, X0A 1H0

867.979.1900 | 1.888.737.6818 x867

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http://www.tourIqaluit.com

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WE ARE THE IQALUIT SPECIALISTS (and the rest of Nunavut too!) From February to October we can put the adventure in your weekend with half-day, full-day or week long adventures. Our adventure options are seasonal - snowmobiling, ice-fishing, igloo building, northern lights between February and April and in October. From May to September, you can tour Frobisher Bay by boat, fishing for char, ATV, explore the floe edge, and experience the midnight sun. Whether you are a resident, a traveller or enjoying a little R&R, email or go online to book your adventure. www.TourIqaluit.com
the Discovery - Iqaluit's Boutique Hotel
the Discovery - Iqaluit's Boutique Hotel

John Jacobsen

PO Box 387, Iqaluit, X0A 0H0

867.979.4433

867.979.6591

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www.thediscoveryiqaluit.com

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Discovery Lodge Hotel is Nunavut’s premier hotel and the first choice of experienced northern travellers. The hotel has been newly renovated.  Executive and business suites; 53 full service and NS rooms w/amenities and In-room coffee, wireless internet access, voicemail, cable TV, AM/FM radio.  Renowned licensed dining, listed in Where to eat in Canada.  Conference and banquet facilities are available.   Airport shuttle, copier/fax, secretarial and laundry services offered.  Visa, MC Amex, EnRoute, Dinners Club, Interac
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