Here’s a fun link, which has trivia about Inuvik. I learned a few things.
A fun example:
“For years, a retired highway worker named Harry Waldron sat in a rocking chair at the shoulder of the Dempster Highway on the way to Inuvik, right next to a small sign that marked the edges of the Arctic Circle. Waldron wore a tuxedo, drank champagne and recited snippets of Robert Service poems for tourists as they passed by. he became such a popular attraction that the Yukon’s territorial government began to pay him a small stipend to be the official “Keeper of the Arctic Circle.”