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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