How many people per square mile live in Canada’s northern provinces?



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    Defining the northern provinces of Canada as the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavit, the population density per square kilometer is 0.07 for the Yukon, 0.02 for Nunavit, and 0.04 for the Northwest Territories. Doing a little math, this comes out to approximately .03 people per square mile in the Yukon, .01 for Nunavit, and .02 for the Northwest Territories.

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