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Hall Beach Health Centre.

Hall Beach

Hall Beach, home to approximately 648, is located on the mainland of Canada on the Melville Peninsula, west of Prince Charles Island.

The local scenery features sand and gravel beaches, lakes and tundra ponds. Local wildlife includes walruses, seals, and an abundance of birds. Arctic char swim in the local waters, making the area a prime spot for fishing. http://www.arcticcircle.ca/Baffin/Hall/
http://www.innsnorth.com/html/inns-acc-nun-hall.htm

Fast Facts:

  • Community name means Along the Coast
  • Population 95% Inuit, 5% non-Inuit
  • High speed Internet
  • Post office
  • Community Learning Centre operated by Nunavut Arctic College
  • Eastern time zone
  • No direct southern air routes
  • No bank – ATM at Northern Store
  • Alcohol cannot be purchased in community
  • Taxi service
  • Small hotel
  • Northern Store, Co-op