|Walking towards Iqaluit from Apex|
2. In the 1940s which country built an air force base on the land that is now the City of Iqaluit?
3. Although Iqaluit was the original Inuktitut name for the area, the community was also known as ________ until being officially renamed in 1987 (Hint: the name that appears on my parents' old atlas).
4. How many official languages are there in Nunavut?
5. Name the official languages (4 pointer!)
|The Legion: Bonus question|
7. What is a utilidor?
a) Iqaluit's sub-terrainian mass-transit system
b) a door to your food storage area
c) a corridor between buildings to avoid the cold
d) an above-ground pipe for water and sewage
|View from our window: kids playing on sealift crates.|
1. A place of many fish
2. United States
3. Frobisher Bay
5. Inuktitut, English, French, Inuinnaqtun
Bonus: Good for you!
9-10 points: You factster!
8 or under: Keep learning along with me