Uluqsaqtuuq means "where there is copper", referring to large deposits of metal ore in the vicinity.
Above: Inuksuit standing on a steep hill above the entrance of the harbor. Inuksuit are traditionally built stone figures to delineate direction, hunting grounds, or spiritual realms in the Inuit life. Some of them are built out of boredom by children, some have been standing for thousands of years. (Photo by A. Balsom)