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Canada North Outfitting
Box 1355
Station ''B''
Montreal, QC
Canada H3B 3K9
Ph 450-376-4868
Canada North Outfitting has been catering to the needs of hunters from the world over since 1981. Canada North is the driving force in partnering with Inuit communities for the consumptive use of sustainable and reusable Arctic wildlife from the day we took out the first polar bear hunter at the mouth of Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island to the first muskox hunters on Prince of Wales Island out of Resolute, Nunavut. Canada North also pioneered sport hunting for walrus in 1995 after its many year closure. The muskox from the Arctic coast of Queen Maud Gulf from Umingmaktok in the west to Sherman Basin in the east dominates the top entries in the Boone & Crockett record book. Steve Persson, a Canada North client-hunter, harvested a barren-ground muskox that officially scored at 125 4/8 making it the current No. 3 entry in the Boone and Crockett record book. The first hunts for barren-ground muskox were carried out in March 1986 and since then there has been a 100 percent hunter success on outstanding muskox bulls taken by both rifle and bow. These trips consist of 6 full days of hunting. The hunt ends immediately after a muskox is harvested. All hunts are based on a 2X2 hunter to guide ratio travelling together on snowmobiles for safety measures. The Qamanirjuaq caribou herd numbers approximately 500,000. Hunting with the use of an ATV, a mobile guide and hunter can always find caribou. Rifle hunters have maintained a 100% harvest success on Central Canada barren-ground caribou. Bow hunters do well because of the landscape consisting of ravines and gullies. With the ATV's at your disposal, hunters can get ahead of the caribou and plan a stalk to get within bow shooting range. Hunts are carried out of the main camp with comfortable accommodations, running water, and home cooked meals. Whenever caribou are located at long distances from the main camp facilities, then drop camps with more basic features will be used. Canada North is the longest operating outfitting company in Nunavut offering the very finest in polar bear, Greenland and barren-ground muskox, Central Canada barren- ground and Arctic Islands caribou, barren-ground grizzly and Atlantic walrus hunts. Canada North pioneered polar bear hunts in the high arctic since 1981 and has maintained virtually 100% hunting success rate for the Resolute area. Hunting is done from camps situated in prime areas that may be up to 100 miles from the village of Resolute. Muskox are found south of Resolute and can be hunted after a polar bear hunt.

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