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NWT / Nunavut

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•  Provincial demographics

•  Tourism information

•  Links to provincial websites

•  Places to see

 

Provincial demographics

Population: 41,872  (NWT as of July 1, 2003)
29,384  (Nunavut as of July 1, 2003)
Area:  1,171,918 km²
Area code: 867
Capital city: Yellowknife (NWT) and Iqaluit (Nunavut)
Climate/ temperatures: Two major climate zones divide the Northwest Territories, the Arctic and the sub-Arctic. Temperatures in the sub-Arctic fall below 0 degrees Celsius seven months of the year. In the Arctic, the average daily temperature of the warmest month of the year does not exceed 10 degrees Celsius.

Click here to link to the website http://weather.gc.ca/forecast/canada/index_e.html?id=NT

 

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Tourism information

Provincial Tourism Office: NWT Arctic Tourism
Box 610, Yellowknife, NT 
X1A 2N5  Canada
Tel: (867) 873-7200
Fax: (867) 873-4059
Toll-free: 1-800-661-0788 (from Canada & USA)

Click here to email  arctic@nwttravel.nt.ca

Visitor Information Centers: Visitor Information Centers are indicated by a Travel information logo on the travel maps and along provincial highways. 

 

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Links to provincial websites

Tourism Information:

Click here to link to the website http://www.gov.nt.ca/
Click here to link to the website http://www.spectacularnwt.com/

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Places to see
•   Cambridge Bay Historic Sites   
•   Chesterfield Inlet Historic Trail    

 

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