Pond Inlet

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Pond Inlet,

trading post (1991 pop. 974), N Baffin Island, Nunavut Territory, Canada, opposite Bylot Island. A government radio station, a post of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Anglican and Roman Catholic missions are located there.
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Enook was a former Chairperson of the Baffin Divisional Board of Education and a member of the Pond Inlet Education Council.
Kent Spiers, AINA PhD Candidate and Eyes High and SSHRC fellow in the Department of Archeology and Anthropology, recently returned from Pond Inlet, Nunavut, where he was conducting fieldwork.
Reading about something that is happening in one of the most remote villages in Canada, like Pond Inlet, and being there while you are reading it--that was a treasure!
Heading still further south, passengers will sail through the Eclipse Sound before making land in Baffin Island's Pond Inlet, where passengers will visit a small cultural center for a performance by the local Inuit community.
Then Friday afternoon the tour will continue in Pond Inlet. A parade is being planned from the airport to the beach.
This network included 37 Army Cadet Corps stretching from Whitehorse to Pond Inlet and Pangnirtung on Baffin Island--23 in the Northwest Territories, 7 in Yukon and, more recently, 7 in Nunavut.
Marine mammals which use the proposed survey for habitat are hunted by several communities including Arctic Bay, Pond Inlet, Clyde River, Qikiqtarjuaq, and Pangnirtung.
The bank said that it has opened a full-service First Nations Bank of Canada Community Banking Centre in Pond Inlet, Nunavut.
To develop Night, for example, artists from Toronto's Human Cargo theatre company spent three months, over the course of three winters, in the round-the-clock darkness of Pond Inlet, Nunavut (in Canada's northernmost territory) and Akureyri, Iceland.
In many communities residents talk about atypical animal sightings--sea otters and porcupines around Wales; red fox at Herschel Island; grizzlies on Banks Island; the interbreeding of polar and grizzly bears in the Western Canadian Arctic; a brown eagle at Pond Inlet. Salmon berries ripen earlier each year in Wales, where in 2009 the sea ice broke up in May rather than June.