[ US /ˈnʊnəvət/ ]
  1. an Arctic territory in northern Canada created in 1999 and governed solely by the Inuit; includes the eastern part of what was the Northwest Territories and most of the islands of the Arctic Archipelago
    Nunavut is the homeland of the Inuit people
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How To Use Nunavut In A Sentence

  • Every community in Nunavut lacks a dependable water supply for dousing fires.
  • Polar bears denning in the area of the Simpson Peninsula, Nunavut
  • NTI and the housing corporation formed a partnership this year to lobby the federal government for increased funding for social housing in Nunavut.
  • The idea of developing a small-scale commercial quarry in Nunavut isn't new.
  • Now fluently bilingual, he is legal counsel for the Nunavut government in Iqaluit.
  • Thompson expects to travel to each region of Nunavut, including campaign stops in Cambridge Bay and Iqaluit.
  • Nunavut is the homeland of the Inuit people
  • Nunavut communities hunt adult ringed seals, not baby harp seals.
  • While debate continues about regulating traditional Inuit foods, especially in the wake of Mad Cow disease, thousands of Nunavut families enjoy year-round the same kind of meat and fish their ancestors subsisted on.
  • This has already been done in Yukon, is close to being completed in the Northwest Territories and will be a significant advancement for Nunavut. My Canada - Today and Tomorrow
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