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The Inuvik Region is one of five administrative regions in the Northwest Territories. The region consists of eight communities with the regional office situated in Inuvik. Most of the communities are in the Beaufort Sea area and are a mixture of Inuit (Inuvialuit) and First Nations (mostly Gwich'in).

The Inuvik Region is also the name of a larger Statistics Canada designated census division, one of two in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The statistical area lies in the northern and western part of the Northwest Territories, with its main economic centre in the town of Inuvik. The 2006 census reported a population of 9,192 and a land area of 522,215.2 square kilometres (201,628.4 sq mi).

Administrative Region communities

The Inuvik Region administrative entity includes the following communities:

Census Division communities

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The Inuvik Region is one of five administrative regions in the Northwest Territories. The region consists of eight communities with the regional office situated in Inuvik. Most of the communities are in the Beaufort Sea area and are a mixture of Inuit (Inuvialuit) and First Nations (mostly Gwich'in).

Communities

See also

  • Regions of the Northwest Territories

References



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