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A journey into the unforgiving Arctic zone, including the Mackenzie Delta and Nunavik, where the local Inuit tribes wait for the summer.

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It's November at Cape Tatnam, and though winter is coming to the lower Western shore of Hudson Bay, the ice, which should be forming by now is nowhere to be seen.
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The Yukon is one of earths last true wildernesses.
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The Hudson Bay lowlands are critical to life in North America.
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Devon Island in Nunavut is the largest uninhabited island in the world; the icy landscape is so barren that NASA uses it to simulate conditions on Mars.
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An illustration of how the Arctic springs to life after nearly seven months in total darkness.
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Ninginganiq is so dangerous that even seasoned sailors keep away.
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The people of Nunavik prepare for the coming winter.
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Inside the Mackenzie Delta, a transition zone of the boreal forest to the frozen tundra.

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