Arctic Environments/Marine Waters
Canada's North is a marineland. It is Canada's largest marine coastline, stretching from the western reaches of the Beaufort Sea to the eastern shores of Ungava Bay. It is home to the world's largest inland sea – Hudson Bay. It is the deep basins of the Arctic Ocean and the shallow seas that surround our northern archipelago of islands. It is filled with mammoth icebergs and tiny floes, bergy bits and ice slush. Not only is the Arctic a waterscape of spectacular beauty, it is a driver of global climate. It's a setting worth exploring.
To learn more about Canada's Arctic marine waters, browse the topics below.