Nunavut is Canada’s newest territory, separating from the Northwest Territories officially on April, 1st, 1999. In addition to being the newest Canadian territory, Nunavut is also the largest, and northernmost territory. Nunavut is comprised of a large portion of the mainland, and also most of Canada’s arctic archipelago.
Nunavut has been recognized as the fifth largest country subdivision in the world behind Denmark’s Greenland. Nunavut has a population of 35,944 (2016) with its largest city being its capital Iqaluit, with a population of 7,082 (2016). Official languages in Nunavut include English, French, along with the inuit language Inuktitut.