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The Canadian Arctic is one of the most remote and unexplored regions of Canada, a real treasure that just a few have the opportunity to know

Canadian Arctic

The Canadian Arctic is one of the most remote and inaccessible regions in Canada. Reason because of it is also one of the most virgin and one of those that arouse a greater natural interest.


The Canadian Arctic comprises much of northern Canada and borders the Beaufort Sea in the west; the Arctic Ocean in the north; Greenland, Baffin Bay and Davis Strait in the east; and the Canadian mainland coast and Hudson Bay in the south, being Hudson Bay one of Canada's best places to watch polar bears and belugas. In fact, such is the density of polar bears and belugas that meet every year in Hudson Bay that has even been declared the "Capital of the world of polar bears" and the "Capital of the world of belugas".


The Canadian Arctic administratively belongs to the provinces of Nunavut and Northwest Territories and consists of more than 36.000 islands that remain separated from each other and from the continent by a series of passages, straits and coves of sea, known as the Northwest Passage .


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