The Arctic is locked in darkness for nearly seven months of the year, but when the sun comes up, the polar region sparkles into life.
The world's largest uninhabited island, Devon Island is so remote that scientists chose it to simulate conditions on Mars. Only the toughest survive.
The Mackenzie Delta is the second largest in North America. Here, strange and mysterious landforms tell a story of an ever-changing Arctic.
Nunavik is bigger than California and is a pristine wilderness of water, forest, and tundra, and home to the Inuit of Northern Quebec.
On the north-east coast of Baffin Island, in Canada's Arctic, lies Ninginganiq, a blustery wilderness where only the intrepid travel. In fall, it is so dangerous that even seasoned Inuit sailors keep away.
The Hudson Bay lowlands are part of North America's largest wetland. Over 300,000 square kilometers of muskeg, a vast bogland as far as the eye can see characterised by water soaked peat, mosses and stunted trees.
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