Here is the question :
ACCORDING TO ITS TOURISM SLOGAN, “THERE ARE NO ROADS TO” WHAT CANADIAN TERRITORY?
Here is the option for the question :
- Northwest Territories
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00410] Despite the fact that Nunavut encompasses almost one-fifth of Canada’s total landmass, the majority of the territory has a very low population density.
Nunavut is characterized by a severe and frigid environment and makes up the majority of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
There are 25 distinct communities in the territory, mostly inhabited by Indigenous Canadians who reside in small villages far apart from each other.
Nunavut is the only region in Canada that does not have a road connection to the rest of the country since the villages are not connected to one another by a roadway or railroad, and they are also not connected to the rest of the cities in Canada that are located further south.
Residents of this territory are forced to navigate perilous ice roads or fly in small aircraft if they want to get to the most distant parts of the territory.