Cambridge Bay

What is Cambridge Bay known for?


including traditional

* Official site * Maps of the region including traditional names * Bringing our Past into the Future * Images of Cambridge Bay Youth * Cambridge Bay Streetview


cover art

* Tagaq (Tanya Tagaq Gillis), an Inuk throat singer (Inuit throat singing) and painter


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was a traditional hunting and fishing location and archaeological sites are often found. Barren-ground Caribou, muskox, Arctic char, lake trout and Ringed Seal were the primary, and remain important food sources. Situated east of Cambridge Bay is Ovayok Territorial Park, which includes the large esker known as Ovayok (Mount Pelly). Ovayok at Nunavut Parks ref>


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by Northwestel and, with their subsidiary Latitude Wireless, also handles cell phone coverage. Buildings in Cambridge Bay, like in most Nunavut communities, have water and sewage tanks that require regular services by truck

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The riding, which consists of the communities of Bathurst Inlet (Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut), Cambridge Bay and Umingmaktok, came into existence for the first Nunavut general election (Nunavut general election, 1999). The election, which occurred 15 February 1999, was held prior to division of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 1 April 1999.


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, community radio The riding, which consists of the communities of Bathurst Inlet (Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut), Cambridge Bay and Umingmaktok, came into existence for the first Nunavut general election (Nunavut general election, 1999). The election, which occurred 15 February 1999, was held prior to division of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 1 April 1999.


strong research

To be a world-class research station in Canada's Arctic that is on the cutting edge of Arctic issues. The Station will anchor a strong research presence in Canada's Arctic that serves Canada and the world. It will advance Canada's knowledge of the Arctic in order to improve economic opportunities, environmental stewardship, and the quality of life of Northerners and all Canadians. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada CHARS Mandate Cambridge Bay was chosen after a feasibility study that also included Pond Inlet and Resolute (Resolute, Nunavut) as potential locations. Location and Siting Prime Minister Harper announced that, starting in 2012, the Government of Canada would spend $142.4 million over a six year period to build, equip and provision the station. Additionally, again starting in in 2012 and spread over six years, the government would provide $46.2 million for the CHARS Science and Technology Program. Science and Technology Program The prime minister stated that to provide for the continuing research and operations $26.5 million per year, beginning in 2018-19, would be made available. Frequently Asked Questions It is expected that the station will provide 35 to 50 jobs. These jobs, which will be full-time, part-time and seasonal, will start in 2017 and run the Science and Technology Program as well as provide the day-to-day operations of the station. In addition it is expected that 150 jobs will be created during construction for local and other people throughout the north. However, some of these jobs will require the hiring of specialised people from southern locales. Construction began in August 2014 and the station will be operational in July 2017 for Canada's 150th anniversary. Frequently Asked Questions - Design and Construction Given that there is a lack of available housing in the hamlet the government will also be building units to house the permanent full-time staff. These should be constructed by 2017 when the station opens. Along with the housing units there will be two three-plexes (Duplex (building)) on site to accommodate the part-time and seasonal workers which should be ready by 2015. Frequently Asked Questions - Employment Education thumb On the road to Mt Pelly, 2011 (File:Cambridge Bay 2011.jpg) thumb Cambridge Bay 1998 (File:Cambridge Bay 1998-06-28.jpg) Several educational services are available, including daycare, The riding, which consists of the communities of Bathurst Inlet (Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut), Cambridge Bay and Umingmaktok, came into existence for the first Nunavut general election (Nunavut general election, 1999). The election, which occurred 15 February 1999, was held prior to division of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 1 April 1999.


past

all the way from the Bering Strait. This was the furthest east of any large ship until Henry Larsen (explorer) in 1941. Cambridge Bay was the site of Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and Hudson's Bay Company outposts established during the 1920s. Although at this point most Inuit would have continued the traditional lifestyle and only visited the area rather than live there permanently. The HBC opened a post here in 1921, later than in most places

, and built at the site now called the "old town". In 1925 the HBC purchased the ''Maud (Maud (ship))'', which they renamed the ''Baymaud'', from the creditors of Arctic exploration

. The construction of the LORAN tower involved hiring Inuit who, after the tower was complete, remained in the area. The tower was demolished 5 August 2014. Cambridge Bay residents bid farewell to a trusty old friend In 1954 construction was completed on the Roman Catholic Church. The church


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for the Kitikmeot Region. Cambridge Bay at the Nunavut Planning Commission To the north of the community is Ferguson Lake (Ferguson Lake (Kitikmeot Region)) (Inuinnaqtun: ''Tahiryuaq'' or ''Tahikyoak'')

Cambridge Bay

'''Cambridge Bay''' (Inuinnaqtun (Inuinnaqtun language): ''Iqaluktuuttiaq'' Inuktitut (Inuktitut syllabics): ᐃᖃᓗᒃᑑᑦᑎᐊᖅ; 2006 population (Canada 2006 Census) 1,477; ) is a hamlet (Hamlet (place)) located on Victoria Island (Victoria Island (Canada)) in the Kitikmeot Region (Kitikmeot Region, Nunavut) of Nunavut, Canada. It is named for Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, while the traditional Inuinnaqtun name for the area is ''Ikaluktuutiak'' (old orthography) or ''Iqaluktuttiaq'' (new orthography) meaning "good fishing place".

The traditional language (Inuit language) of the area is Inuinnaqtun and is written using the Latin alphabet rather than the syllabics (Canadian Aboriginal syllabics) of the Inuktitut writing system. Like Kugluktuk (Kugluktuk, Nunavut), Bathurst Inlet (Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut) and Umingmaktok (Umingmaktok, Nunavut) syllabics are rarely seen and used mainly by the Government of Nunavut. Office of the Languages Commissioner of Nunavut – PDF Dialect Map

Cambridge Bay is the largest stop for passenger and research vessels traversing the Arctic Ocean's Northwest Passage,

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