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Nunavut's flagA Canadian Territory Since 1999

Nunavut is Canada's newest territory formally setting up it's own government in 1999. Previously, Nunavut was part of the North West Territories. Like the other northern regions of Canada, Nunavut is sparcely populated and quite isolated. This makes dealing with the diverse interests of traditional cultures difficult. If you're searching for Nunavut colouring pages for kids and adults alike then you have found the right place!

Choose a Free Nunavut Printable Colouring (coloring) Page:

St. Jude's Cathedral, Nunavut

Nunavut's Flag


Polar Bear Family

Traditional Kayak

The Northern Lights

Arctic Wolf

Purple Saxifrage (Territorial flower)

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population statistics

Provincial Population - 28,700 (2002)
Population of Iqaluit - 5,236 (2002)
Population of Rankin Inlet - 2,177 (2002)
Males - 14,995 (2002)
Females - 13,720 (2002)
Ages 0-14 - 10,635 (2002)
Ages 15-64 - 17,381 (2002)
Ages 65+ - 699 (2002)

environmental statistics

Area km2 - 2,093,190
Land km2 - 1,936,113
Fresh Water km2 - 157,077
% of Canada - 21.0%
Highest Point - 2,616 m

Provincial Moto:

Nunavut, our strength.


nunavut's flag colour this

Flower: Purple Saxifrage

nunavut's flower colour this

Bird: Rock Ptarmigan

nunavut's bird

Tree: No official tree

Coat of Arms

nunavut's coat of arms