Chesterfield Inlet

Chesterfield Inlet,

hamlet (1991 pop. 316), Canadian government post in the Nunavut Territory, at the mouth of Chesterfield Inlet of Hudson Bay.
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As a result, some communities, including Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Pond Inlet, and Cambridge Bay, are experiencing greater increases in ship traffic.
These include the Government of Nunavut, The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board, all three of Nunavut's regional wildlife boards, HTOs from Baker Lake, Arviat, Chesterfield Inlet and Repulse Bay, and the Beverly and Qamanirjuaq Caribou Management Board.
"A majority of our community has been affected in some way by residential schools," said Anna Leishman, a teacher in Chesterfield Inlet in Nunavut since 2001.
Mid-continent whitefronts nest from Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Point Barrow in central and northern Alaska, across the Old Crow Flats and Lower Mackenzie River to the shores of the Bering Sea and on to the east in some of the most remote landscapes in the New World--Coronation Gulf, Victoria Island, the drainage of the Back River and Chesterfield Inlet on the northwestern edge of Hudson Bay.
Accutech and its 20 employees also fund toy lending libraries in Rankin Inlet and Chesterfield Inlet, containing specialized toys that can be used by therapists to help children with disabilities.
It was there that we travelled by snowmobile to Chesterfield Inlet and Whale Cove.
This chapter describes the Tyrrells' observations on an epic journey from Edmonton to Lake Athabasca, Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Churchill and, eventually, Winnipeg, and would be of interest to many Canadian geologists.
He has worked as musical director of CBC's The Vinyl Cafe and established long-term relationships with Chesterfield Inlet, Vuja De, Evergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan and many other performing groups.
In 1761 he attempted the North-west Passage to the Orient, travelling over 90 miles from the Bay, charting Chesterfield Inlet and Cape Christopher.
Father Arsene Turquetil, an Oblate priest, established a Catholic mission at Chesterfield Inlet in 1912.
But, he also has learned about the outside world, attending a residential school at Chesterfield Inlet. Now, Mr.

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