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STUDY IN NUNAVUT
Why study in Nunavut? Nunavut, meaning "our land" in the Inuktitut language, has been home to the Inuit people for millennia. Officially created as a separate territory of Canada in 1999, its 2 million square kilometres are home to about 28,000 residents, 85% of which are Inuit. Nunavut has 26 communities, the largest of which is the capital, Iqaluit. Secondary and post-secondary schools can be found in various communities, including a community college learning centre in Canada's northernmost community of Grise Fiord on the southern shore of Ellesmere Island. Life and study in Nunavut--including English as a second language (ESL), French as a second language (FSL) and university transfer programs--offer a unique experience of Canada's north, where you can see walrus, beluga whales, seals and polar bears.
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