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ACCOMMODATION
There are no hotels in Tuktoyaktuk but there are B&Bs. For more information please visit: www.tuktoyaktuk.ca/index. php/living-here/accomodation
VISITOR INFORMATION
Visitors Information Centre near The Point
Operating hours and times vary; please check with the Hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk (867-977-2286) for current information.
Visit www.Tuktoyaktuk.ca for local events. Visit www.spectacularnwt.com for more information about travelling within the Western Arctic Region and the rest of the Northwest Territories.
RESTAURANTS
END OF THE ROAD RESTAURANT
314 Beaufort Drive, 867-977-2044 5PM- 9PM
Serving a variety of meals,
fast food, coffee and tea.
GRANDMA’S KITCHEN
330 Ocean View Road, 867-678-5226 or 867-977-2547
12 noon to 12 midnight, 7 days a week
Food truck right by Front Beach serving traditional muktuk, aqpik jam, and dried fish, fast food, hot beverages and soft drinks. There is an enclosed deck where you can enjoy your meal, take a photo with a traditional parka and purchase carvings, postcards and t-shirts.
CANOE, KAYAK AND PADDLE BOARD RENTALS
Arctic Ocean Canoe & Qayak
867-678-5421
GROCERY STORES
Stanton Tuktoyaktuk Ltd.
Monday to Friday: 11 am- 10 pm, Saturday: 12 pm- 10 pm, Sunday: 1 pm- 7 pm
Northmart
Monday to Friday: 10 am- 6 pm, Saturday: 10 am- 6 pm, Sunday: 1 pm- 5 pm Holiday hours may vary
CHURCHES
There are four churches in Tuk: Roman Catholic, Anglican Pentecostal and Baptist. Check with the Visitor Information Centre in Tuktoyaktuk for service times.
GOVERNMENT OFFICES
Canada Post: If you want to mail post cards from the Arctic Ocean, Canada Post is open Monday to Friday 10 am – 5:30 pm (closed for lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm)
Government and other public places (including the Hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk office): Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm.
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