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Festivals in Iqaluit

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Festivals in Iqaluit

The Toonik Tyme spring festival takes place every April. Many different activities including games, music are scheduled over a week in April as part of the Toonik Tyme festival. www.tooniktyme.com

The Alianait Arts Festival kicks off on June 21 and ends with a Canada Day finale. Lots of great performances and even some workshops in various arts are offered.

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1. Re: Festivals in Iqaluit

Hi Siutiapik,

Thanks for the interesting post... good to know we have an active TA Member in Iqaluit.

Now I have a Question for you... we get a lot of Questions from Travellers about The Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis... most of them are interested in travelling to Yellowknife or Whitehorse (or Alaska) wondering if there is any tourist traffic in Iqualuit (or organized tours) dedicated to seeing this phenomena.

Cheers!

Wine-4-2

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I've never heard of organized tours for northern lights viewing here. I don't think there is much tourist traffic specifically for our arctic light show in Iqaluit.

We are much smaller than Whitehorse and Yellowknife so if people are unwilling to leave the comforts and services they are accustomed to in Canadian cities then viewers are better off in Yellowknife or Whitehorse.

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