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Ukkusiksalik National Park

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Ukkusiksalik National Park is a national park in Nunavut, Canada It covers 20,885 square kilometres (8,064 sq mi) of tundra and coastal mudflats south of the Arctic Circle and the hamlet of Repulse Bay, from Hudson Bay's Roes Welcome Sound towards the western Barrenlands and the source of Brown River The park surrounds Wager Bay, a 100 kilometres (62 mi)-long inlet on the Hudson Bay Although the smallest of Nunavut's four national parks, it is the sixth largest in Canada
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