Cambridge Bay

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Cambridge Bay,

hamlet (1991 pop. 1,116), Canadian government post and weather station, on the southeast shore of Victoria Island, Nunavut Territory.
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After an overnight stay in Cambridge Bay, a small village well north of the Arctic Circle, I boarded a smaller plane and flew to a forlorn spot on the banks of a river where several Inuit families had set up a camp.
Elementary students at Kullik Ilihakvik School in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, examine cones and birch bark during a visit with author Joan Marie Galat.
La motion a ete proposee par la deputee d'Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu Pat Angnakak et appuyee par le depute de Cambridge Bay Keith Peterson.
As a show of good faith, DEW also sent two of its own vehicles to be tested during Operation NUNALIVUT 2015, which took place in April in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.
Born and raised in Cambridge Bay, a community of 1,500 that is separated from the rest of Nunavut by the Arctic Ocean, Tagaq is a passionate proponent of Inuit hunting, including the East Coast seal hunt.
I very much enjoyed my musk ox hunt near Cambridge Bay in August, and I would do it again in a heartbeat.
After a few minutes of warming up, we lifted out of the Cambridge Bay, Canada, airport and headed west (Fig 1).
Lawrence Reich, I recently hunted musk ox in Cambridge Bay, which lies adjacent to the Northwest Passage.
Participants from Arviat, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Iqaluit, and Qikiqtarjuaq were funded through the Inuit Heritage Trust's Heritage Training Program.
The story also comes alive through Dueck's relating of his encounters with local residents on several stops at communities along the route (Dutch Harbour, Tin City, Wales, and Barrow, Alaska; Herschel Island, Yukon; Tuktoyaktuk, Sachs Harbour, and Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories; Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, and Pond Inlet, Nunavut; Nain, Labrador).
Travelling between Kangerlussuaq in Greenland and Cambridge Bay in Canada, the 11-night voyage departs on 14th August 2013 along one of the worldOs most legendary shipping routes, and is set to reveal one magnificent wildlife spectacle after another.
1977), called "devil singer" by Inuit elders from her home community in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, for performing katajjait without a partner.

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