An Inuit superpower in North America.
Inuit Nunangat is a confederation of five regions, each with a large degree of autonomy but overseen by, and working together through, the central government in Iqaluit. Inuit Nunangat has no political parties and the government is consensus-based.
Inuit Nunangat was one of several countries born from the Great Restructuring of 2012. In 2014, Alaska, which had become independent from the United States during the Restructuring, officially joined Inuit Nunangat. Since the restructuring, there have been movements in the southern regions to secede back into Canada, Cascadia, or Alberta, but these movements have failed to gain much traction.
Demography and Population
Inuit Nunangat is sparsely populated, with most of the population clustered along the southern border. More people of European and First Nations descent live in the southeastern regions, while most of the northwestern population is Inuit.
Inuit Nunangat consists of the former Canadian territories of Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut, the former Canadian autonomous territory of Nunatsiavut, and the former American state of Alaska.
Inuit Nunangut has an extensive transportation network including ferries, aeroplanes, buses, and snow coaches to improve access to and from remote communities.