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Ultima Thule: Inuvik on the Mackenzie delta, Northwest Territories (NWT) of Canada

Ultima Thule: Inuvik on the Mackenzie delta, Northwest Territories (NWT) of Canada

landmark @ Tuktoyaktuk; For more than 20 years, Our Lady of Lourdes schooner braved pounding storms and shifting ice floes to deliver supplies to far-flung Catholic missions in the Arctic, from Tuktoyaktuk to Cambridge Bay in what is now western Nunavut.

landmark @ Tuktoyaktuk; For more than 20 years, Our Lady of Lourdes schooner braved pounding storms and shifting ice floes to deliver supplies to far-flung Catholic missions in the Arctic, from Tuktoyaktuk to Cambridge Bay in what is now western Nunavut.

Former seismic surveying vessel, the GSI Mariner.

Former seismic surveying vessel, the GSI Mariner.

Tuktoyaktuk, or Tuktuyaaqtuuq (Inuvialuktun: it looks like a caribou), is an Inuvialuit hamlet located in the Inuvik Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Commonly referred to simply by its first syllable, Tuk, the settlement lies north of the Arctic Circle on the shore of the Arctic Ocean. Formerly known as Port Brabant, the community was renamed in 1950 and was the first place in Canada to revert to the traditional Native name.

Tuktoyaktuk, or Tuktuyaaqtuuq (Inuvialuktun: it looks like a caribou), is an Inuvialuit hamlet located in the Inuvik Region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Commonly referred to simply by its first syllable, Tuk, the settlement lies north of the Arctic Circle on the shore of the Arctic Ocean. Formerly known as Port Brabant, the community was renamed in 1950 and was the first place in Canada to revert to the traditional Native name.

Aristocrator [travel | landscape | nature | seascape | cityscape | mountains | wild | architecture]

Aristocrator [travel | landscape | nature | seascape | cityscape | mountains | wild | architecture]

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