Ungava


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Ungava

(ʊŋˈɡeɪvə; -ˈɡɑː-)
n
(Placename) a sparsely inhabited region of NE Canada, in N Quebec east of Hudson Bay, part of the Labrador peninsula: rich mineral resources. Area: 911 110 sq km (351 780 sq miles)

Un•ga•va

(ʌŋˈgeɪ və, -ˈgɑ-)

n.
a region in N Quebec, in E Canada, comprising the larger part of the peninsula of Labrador.
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Yellow-bellied ore-flats and Ungava petrol-tanks punted down leisurely out of the north, like strings of unfrightened wild duck.
Wiser's and Ungava Gin which continue to outpace the Canadian whisky and super premium gin categories,' noted Patrick O'Driscoll, President and Chief Executive Officer of Corby.
But he hadn't been celebrating long when his boss, Warren Holmes, broke the news that Coutts wouldn't be posted to Sudbury, but to Raglan Mine, situated on the Ungava Peninsula in remote Quebec.
With this acquisition, Pernod Ricard expands its portfolio further into the fast growing super premium and flavoured gins categories, following the partnership with Monkey 47 in 2016 and the acquisition of Ungava in 2018.
The current situation isn't nearly as dire as it was in 1995 when biologists counted just 29,000 breeding pairs on the Ungava Peninsula.
Compared to the baseline period, Phase 2 (2006-10) shows an even more dramatic intensification of traffic through Hudson Strait, with clear travel routes to communities in Ungava Bay and along the east coast of mainland Nunavut (Fig.
The Ungava Peninsula in Nunavik, northern Quebec, is flanked by Hudson Bay on one side and Ungava Bay on the other.
The album documents a journey also retold in the periodicals of the day: a circumscription of the Labrador Peninsula from Missanabie, Ontario, through James and Hudson Bays, across Ungava by paddle and portage, then along the coast to Cartwright and St.
The following efforts were for 6 d unless abbreviated due to disturbance by carnivores: monitored (M) sites in VNP (Table 2), and sites inventoried for eastern heather vole (Phenacomys ungava) and northern bog lemming (Synaptomys borealis) (see below).
These proposals appeared to accord well with a moment in which Canada's internal boundaries were in flux: the new provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were established only during this period, in 1905; the District of Keewatin became part of the Northwest Territories also in 1905, its southern territory was divided between Manitoba and Ontario, as these provinces were extended northward, in 1912; the boundaries of Quebec, too, were extended in 1912 to incorporate the Ungava peninsula.
* Brandon-Hall Excellence in Learning Gold Medal Award in the custom content category awarded to "Polar Lows Ungava Bay 01 December 2000" (www.meted.ucar .edu/training_module.php?id=144 #.VRrht-FquO0).