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Albert Edward Bay
Location Western Victoria Strait
Coordinates 69°34′N 103°10′W / 69.567°N 103.167°W / 69.567; -103.167 (Albert Edward Bay)Coordinates: 69°34′N 103°10′W / 69.567°N 103.167°W / 69.567; -103.167 (Albert Edward Bay)
River sources Ekalluk River
Countries Canada

Albert Edward Bay is an uninhabited waterway in Kitikmeot Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located in western Victoria Strait off the southeastern coast of Victoria Island. There are several islands within the bay, the largest of which is Admiralty Island at its headwaters.

The bay is named in honor of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. It is the ancestral home of the Ekalluktogmiut[1] group of Copper Inuit who lived along the Ekalluk River.

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