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NEWS: Nunavut October 22, 2012 - 2:43 pm

Photo: Nunavut Tourism releases visitor stats

SAMANTHA DAWSON
The typical visitor to Nunavut is a well-educated, well-to-do, middle-aged man travelling on business, with no children, who stays in the territory for less than a week. While he's in Nunavut, he's likely to shop, visit a museum or visitor centre and take a hike. That's based on information from the Nunavut Visitors Exit Survey, presented Oct. 22 by Colleen Dupuis, the chief executive officer of Nunavut Tourism, at the Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre in Iqaluit.  You can learn more about who visited Nunavut and what tourism means for Nunavut later on Nunatsiaqonline.ca (PHOTO BY SAMANTHA DAWSON)
The typical visitor to Nunavut is a well-educated, well-to-do, middle-aged man travelling on business, with no children, who stays in the territory for less than a week. While he's in Nunavut, he's likely to shop, visit a museum or visitor centre and take a hike. That's based on information from the Nunavut Visitors Exit Survey, presented Oct. 22 by Colleen Dupuis, the chief executive officer of Nunavut Tourism, at the Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre in Iqaluit. You can learn more about who visited Nunavut and what tourism means for Nunavut later on Nunatsiaqonline.ca (PHOTO BY SAMANTHA DAWSON)

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