- Area: 2, 093,190 square kilometers
- Freshwater Area: 157,077 square kilometers.
- High Temp: 25.8 C in the capitol of Iqaluit.
- Low Temp: -45.6 C in Iqaluit.
- Median Age: 22.1 years, making it the youngest population in Canada.
- Population: 28,847
- Pop. Density: 1 person in every 70 square kilometers, the lowest population density of all Canadian territories or provinces.
- Center of Canada:
Lake Baker Lake in southern Nunavut, aka “The belly button” of Canada.
- Nunavut is above the treeline, but frozen fossils of prehistoric trees were found in 1985, they grew to be 46 meters tall.
- Residents of Nunavut travel by airplane 5 times more often than other Canadians because of the lack of roads
- Largest of all Canada’s provinces or territories.
- The 3 largest islands in Canada are found in Nunavut: Baffin Island, Victoria Island, and Ellesmere Island.
- Magnetic North Pole is found in Nunavut.
- Nunavut has no native species of poisonous plants.
Category: Nunavut, Trivia Eh?
Marya Kowal has been writing since she was three, although she no longer writes in crayon on the walls most days. A lifelong reader, she is fascinated by a vast array of subjects and enjoys the research as much as the writing. Freelance writing and editing has allowed her to indulge her interest in learning about new people and places while earning enough money to feed the gazillion guppies her children now own. She counts herself a very lucky woman.