Nunavut

Canada’s federal territory of Nunavut only came into being in 1999 when it was annexed from the Northwest Territories and its sparse population of mainly Inuit people is spread out over a vast area extending to more than 750,000 square miles of mainly snow, ice and inhospitable tundra.

The territorial capital of Iqaluit – which up until 1987 was known as Frobisher Bay – was founded as a US airbase during World War II and this small town sits on the south coast of Baffin Island. In Spring time, during the town’s annual Toonik Tyme festival, a rough and ready golf course is laid out on the frozen waters of Toonik Lake, with golfers invited to participate in a fun competition using coloured tennis balls as golf balls.

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