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Nunavik (Inuktitut: ᓄᓇᕕᒃ) is a region in Northern Quebec.

Located north of the 55th parallel, Nunavik covers some 500,000 km² (193,000 mi²). For thousands of years, the Inuit have lived in this vast Arctic territory, which has 12,000 people scattered across a handful of small villages.


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  • 1 Ivujivik — Quebec's northernmost settlement.
  • 2 Kuujjuaq — the largest town in the region

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French, English and Inuit languages are all widely spoken.

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