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ME TO INUVIK
tasha Kulikowski, Mayor, Town of Inuvik
and Our community with its many services is
With regular daily air service, quality accommodation and dining, and plenty
of winter and summer adventure opportunities, Inuvik is becoming a well-established conference and meeting destination. From the science community, to resource development firms, to territorial and national associations, many groups find our facilities and northern hospitality
to rival those of a larger urban centre.
Natasha Kulikowski Mayor Town of Inuvik
the hub and gateway to other communities e in the Western Arctic and Beaufort Sea.
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Inuvik has a diverse population and offers along a variety of modern amenities and visitor
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attractions. It is the traditional land of Inuvialuit, Gwich’in and Metis cultures and its population is complimented by a wide variety of non-aboriginal people who have made Inuvik home.
Our population of 3,500 offers a rich
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tapestry of cultures and events. These
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Development Expo.
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