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Bloody Falls National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kugluktuk, Nunavut Pre-contact hunting and fishing sites; records the presence of Pre-Dorset, Thule, First Nation and Inuit cultures over the past three millennia
Kekerten Island Whaling Station National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kekerten Island, Nunavut One of the most important and long lasting Aboriginal and European whaling stations and vessel-wintering sites in Cumberland Sound
Port Refuge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Refuge, Devon Island, Nunavut Pre-contact occupations, trade with Norse colonies
Wreck of the HMS Breadalbane National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Beechey Island, Nunavut Involved in the search for Captain John Franklins lost expedition
Blacklead Island Whaling Station National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Blacklead Island, Nunavut One of the most important Aboriginal and European whaling stations and vessel-wintering sites in Cumberland Sound
Inuksuk National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Enukso Point, Nunavut Inuit complex of 100 stone landmarks
Arvia'juaq and Qikiqtaarjuk National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Qikiqtarjuac, Sentry Island, Nunavut Inuit summer occupation sites with rich history and surviving in situ resources
Fall Caribou Crossing National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Baker Lake, Nunavut Site of critical importance to the historical survival of inuit community
Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Queen Maud Gulf, King William Island, Nunavut Ships of Franklin's last expedition, 1845
Beechey Island Sites National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Beechey Island, Nunavut 1845-46 wintering site of Sir John Franklin's ill-fated Northwest Passage Expedition; archaeological complex containing representatives of most types of 19th century Arctic exploration