Nunavut is a massive, sparsely populated territory of northern Canada, forming most of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. There are no roads to Nunavut. The 25 separate communities of Nunavut are not connected to each other by highway or by railroad, nor are they connected by road or rail to any other Canadian cities further south. Air travel is by far the most common means of transportation to Nunavut and between its distant communities. It’s known for its indigenous Inuit people’s artwork, carvings and handmade clothing. Here is one of the weekly newspapers in Nunavut.
This is a Canadian weekly newspaper in operation since 1973. Most content is produced in English and Inuktitut, with some French content and the occasional article in Inuinnaqtun. The Nunatsiaq News is published every Friday and has a retail price of C$1, but co-op stores in Nunavut and Nunavik it is distributed for free.