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Natural Resources of Nunavut, Canada
Transcript of Natural Resources of Nunavut, Canada
Flag Symbol And Meaning Of Nunavut
The flag of Nunavut features a red inuksuk, an Inuit land marker and a blue star, which represents the Niqirtsuituq, the North Star, and the leadership of elders in the community. The colors represent the riches of the land, sea and sky.
Climate Of Nunavut
In Winter Nunavut is very cold and windy. The Temp. gets as low as -35 Degree's Celsius. In The Summer Around July it is about 10 degree's Celcius.
Natural Resources Of Nunavut
Lead, Zinc, Copper, Nickel and Diamond mining.
Landforms of Nunavut
Inuit culture includes their language, traditions, beliefs, music, art, handicrafts, foods, clothing, implements, technologies and story
Language: Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun are the two most common forms of the native Inuit language spoken by the Inuit people in Nunavut.
I Would Describe the weather as bipolar because it can change at any hour of the day. During the Summer you can even participate in some of the activities like: Hiking, fishing, hunting, kayaking and whale watching. Also you can spend your day enjoying: dogsled trips, skidding, hamlet celebrations and cross country skiing.
This is a picture of the sunset of
Baffin Island in Nunavut, Canada.
This is Nunavut Baffin Island is common land form of Nunavut, Canada.
Nunavut has a lot of landforms like islands. One of those islands happen to be Baffin Island. Baffin island is the largest island in Canada. It's The 5Th largest island in the world.
Here we have one of the Glacier's that exist in Nunavut, Canada.
• Rankin Inlet
• Baker Lake
• Cambridge Bay
A picture of Iqaluit The Capital
Up Until 1987 Iqaluit was Once called Frobisher Bay.
Music: Early European immigration brought new styles and instruments to Nunavut, including country music, bluegrass, square dancing, the button accordion and the fiddle.
Drum-led dancing has long been an important part of Inuit life in Nunavut, and was used to mark all the major occasions of life — a birth, changing of the seasons, a successful hunt or a marriage
Traditions: People of Nunavut were refered to as Inuit the word Inuit means "the people" but an inut is an "inuit person". The Inuit had many traditions; Chiefly was one of the languages spoken by the Inuit people, Inuktitut is another one of the languages spoken. The Inuit people would watch in the sky something called Aurora Borealis also known as the Northern Lights, the people would watch them and try to find pictures of family members or friends dancing in another life.
Food: The most common food in Nunavut include: - Caribou (Dried, Raw, Fried, Boiled or Frozen) - Char (Dried, Raw, Fried, Boiled or Frozen) - Seal (Raw or Boiled) - Baluga (Raw, boiled or Frozen) - Geese, Ptarmigan - Cloud berries - Black/blue berries
The Nunavut Language includes:
In Nunavut the total population is 321,832.