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Arviat

Padlei Inns North is owned and operated by the Padlei Co-op. Our knowledgeable staff can assist with any customized add-ons for your visit.

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View of Baker Lake

Baker Lake – Iglu

Baker Lake sits at the mouth of the Thelon River and is Canada’s only inland Inuit community. Traditionally a gathering place for many different groups of Inuit, the community is now home to many Inuit artists and carvers.

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Baker Lake, NU – Nunamiut Lodge

Baker Lake is the end point for lower Thelon River treks, a good canoeing river for less experienced canoeists. Baker Lake is also the finishing line for experienced canoeists on the Kazan River, which offers plenty of rapids.

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Cambridge Bay Sunset

Cambridge Bay

Arctic Island Lodge is owned and operated by the Ikaluktutiak Co-op. The lodge features three meeting rooms that seat 125, 40, and 12 people.

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Chesterfield Inlet

Experience Arctic hospitality at its best at The Tangmavik Inns North Hotel in Chesterfield Inlet. The Tangmavik is owned and operated by the Pitsiulak Co-op.

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Coral Harbour Hotel Kitchen

Coral Harbor

Katudgevik Inns North is owned and operated by the Katudgevik Co-op. This new hotel features six kitchenette suites and modern accommodations.

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Fort McPherson, NT

Fort McPherson

The Peel River Inn is owned and operated by Tetlit Service Co-op. It is located on the east bank of the historic Peel River. Peel River is a 17-hour drive from White Horse, YT and a 3-hour drive from Inuvik, NWT.

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Outdoor View in Gjoa Haven

Gjoa Haven

The Amundsen Inns North is owned and operated by the Qikiqtaq Co-op. The hotel has a full service dining room featuring local dishes and homestyle cooking. There is a conference room for meetings and special events. Carvings and jewellery are available for sale at the Co-op.

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Grise Fiord, NU – Grise Fiord Lodge

Grise Fiord has a population of 130, and is Canada’s most northern Inuit community. Located on the south coast of Ellesmere Island in Nunavut Territory, visitors will truly experience a 24-hour day from April to August, and 24 hours of darkness from mid-November until the beginning of February.

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Hall Beach Outdoor View

Hall Beach

The Hall Beach Hotel is nine-room hotel owned and operated by the Hall Beach Co-op. Each room is appointed with flat screen TV, private bathrooms, and features local artwork on the walls. Guests enjoy delicious home-style meals and can sample northern delicacies like arctic char.

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