We’re looking for the northernmost place in the world where people live year round.
This Canadian outpost looks out on the ice-covered Lincoln Sea all the way to Greenland.
It’s a dark and remote Arctic setting.
On Wednesday, the temperature was about minus 18 Celsius – that’s zero degrees Fahrenheit and it’s pitch dark all the time during the winter months.
So, can you name this isolated outpost? Where daylight doesn’t return until March?
The answer is Canadian Forces Station ‘Alert’ (CFS Alert) at the northern tip of Ellesmere Island. CFS Alert commanding officer Major Andre Delhommou tells anchor Marco Werman about a day in the life of the northernmost, year-round inhabited place in the world.