Photo by Destination Nunavut

Grise Fiord (pop. 129) is the most northerly Inuit community in Canada. Located at the southern tip of Ellesmere Island, nestled among majestic mountains at the head of a stunning fiord, it is one of the most isolated communities in Nunavut. Grise Fiord was settled initially by families from Port Harrison, Quebec, and Pond Inlet in 1953.