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Nunavut

Nunavut can be found in northern Canada and consists of uninhabited islands and vast expanses of wilderness, tundra, mountains and secluded villages. Nunavut is ideal for the adventurous at heart, seeking to venture where few have gone before. The natural wonders of this northern territory is awe-inspiring and its communities are warm and welcoming. Nunavut is the perfect escape from the mundane where you can encounter indigenous Inuit tribes, polar bears, narwhals and beluga whales.

Famous Sights

Nunavut has plenty of national parks to explore, namely Auyuittuq, Quttinirpaaq, Sirmilik, Katannilik and Ukkusiksalik National Park. Auyuittuq National Park is the most accessible of the three and is known for its glaciers, cliffs and valleys. For the experienced extremist, Mt Thor is the world’s highest sheer cliff. Quttinirpaaq offers magnificent mountains and wilderness, which are home to a number of indigenous species, such as the muskox, wolverine and Peary caribou. Be sure not to miss multi-day treks up Mt Barbeau or along Lake Hazen Basin in 24 hour daylight! Bylot Island in Sirmilik National Park, is a glacier bird sanctuary where you can spot an array of marine life such as seals, whales and walruses. Katannilik Territorial Park has two amazing features to discover: Soper river and Itijjagiaq Trail. One of the best places to observe polar bears in their natural habitat has to be Ukkusiksalik National Park. Its highlights include barren tundra, a multitude of lakes as well as a magnificent reversing waterfall.

Iqaluit is a dusty town that is surprisingly cosmopolitan with plenty of accommodation and restaurants to sample local delicacies, as well as a spectacular wilderness to uncover. Cape Dorset is home to world-renowned artists creating remarkable Arctic carvings and prints. Resolute is a tiny community on Cornwallis Island perfect for the recluse looking for a quiet getaway on the unbeaten path.

Immigrate to Nunavut

Nunavut does not have its own Provincial Nominee Program. The best way to immigrate is through one of these four immigration categories:

Nunavut Immigration Programs
Skilled Worker Program For foreign skilled workers who have qualifications, skills, at least 1 years relevant work experience and a valid job offer in Canada.
Express Entry Skilled Worker For skilled workers who want to live and work in Canada and have the necessary work experience and qualifications to help fill the current labour gap in the region.
Critical Impact Worker For skilled workers with a NOC skill level C or D with relevant work experience of 6 months or more and want to live and work in Canada permanently.
Business Stream For immigrants for want to start, invest in or operate a business in the region.

How We Can Help

Whether you want to visit or immigrate to Nunavut, we are the immigration and visa consultancy that can make it happen. The first step of our Canadian visa application process involves completing a comprehensive online evaluation that will allow us to determine whether you are able to successfully apply for a visa. Our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), will then represent you on your application making sure everything is correct, complete and delivered on time. Optimize your application, sign up with us today!

About Nunavut

Capital City:
Iqaluit
Average Salary:
$74, 600 / year
Unemployment rate:
2,2%
Average living expenses:
$1,803 / month
Average  price of a house:
$395,500
Population:
38,396
Top Industries:
Arts and crafts, mining, fishing, hunting and trapping, and tourism
Average Temperatures:
Summer average high of 6 to 1°C Winter average low of -27 to -32°C