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About Akulivik

Akulivik, which is located in the north of Canada, is a settlement in Hudson Bay. The region, which was completely condemned to loneliness in 1955, become lively again in 1979. When a priest named Simon Aliqu returned to the village in 1973, he gave encouragement to other families to come back here. After the priest, the other families decided to return to the region and life began again in the village. Akulivik, which is known as Inuit village, is a very rocky region and cannot be reached by land. You can use the airline to visit the region. Trade is active in the region through ships. By air, generally foods are carried.

In Akulivik, traditional activities are still being conducted. Carving soapstone is a famous activity and a part of life in the village. In Akulivik, which can be classified as a modern village, students generally learn two foreign languages. In the village, which is a very cold region, snow starts falling in September and doesn’t melt until July.

Weather in Akulivik

DayMin - Max
WednesdayMin 5ºC - Max 12ºC
ThursdayMin 5ºC - Max 10ºC
FridayMin 8ºC - Max 10ºC
SaturdayMin 7ºC - Max 15ºC
SundayMin 9ºC - Max 14ºC

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