Sheer Islands facts for kids
|Canadian Arctic Archipelago
The Sheer Islands are Canadian arctic islands that are located in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. They are a Baffin Island offshore island group in Hudson Strait. The islands are situated approximately 1 mi (1.6 km) north of Cape Tanfield and form part of the north side of Itivirk Bay.
The group consists of:
- Forder Island, at the northern entrance to Itivirk Bay
- Lee Island, northeast of Forder Island and joined to it at low tide
- Lavoie Island, in the northeast
- Wishart Island, in the northeast.
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