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Nanavut

Nunavut, which translates from the Inuktitut dialect of the Eastern Arctic Inuit as "Our Land," is a territorial subdivision of the erstwhile Northwest Territories. Broadly speaking, it comprises that part of the Canadian mainland and Arctic Islands that lie north and northeast of the treeline as it runs from the west end of the Dolphin Strait to some 60 km south of the point where the Tha-anne River flows into Hudson Bay.