7 Surprising Facts About Life in Nunavut

Living in the great white north is a world away from the rest of the country. In fact, anyone from below the territories is called a "southerner."

By Lori Henry for readersdigest.ca

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Life in Nunavut

So how do people in Nunavut, Canada’s newest territory, get around without roads? Where does their water and food come from? Is there really a Tim Hortons there? In the largest and least populated region of Canada–covering over 2 million square kilometres–here are 7 surprising facts about life in Nunavut.

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