What is the Land like in Iqaluit?
Iqaluit is in Canada's North. The land around Iqaluit is rolling and rocky. The land in Iqaluit is tundra. Plants cover the ground. There are no trees. In winter, everything is covered in snow and ice. Even in summer, the ground below the surface is always frozen.
Iqaluit is on a bay called Koojessy Inlet. In winter, the bay and river are frozen solid. But from July to November, there is no ice. Many little rivers and lakes near Iqaluit also thaw out then.
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A flat mass of ice (smaller than an ice field) floating at sea