Read All About It: Canada’s Last Arctic Village?

December 22, 2018 - Less than a minute read

BBC Travel offers a story on Tuktoyaktuk, an indigenous settlement in Canada’s far north recently linked to the rest of the nation by completion of a new road across the tundra.

Quotable quote: “The opening of the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway . . . has changed everything for this frozen wilderness. Built at a cost of C$300 million and nicknamed the Arctic Ice Road, the 137-km-long, two-lane gravel highway is the first all-weather road to Canada‚Äôs Arctic Coast.”

Read the rest of the story by Mike MacEacheran here

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