Pigiarniq Inuktitut Font

With only 0.01 people per 1km2 of land, Nunavut is one of the least populated regions in the world; however the 28,000 citizens that live throughout Nunavut speak at least 4 different languages (French, English, Innuinaqtun and Inuktitut). For this reason, the government of Nunavut officially adopted a clean sans-serif font by Tiro Typeworks that enables its people to use all four languages in a uniform manner. Featuring five variants as well as glyphs for all major Inuit characters, the font is freely available for download from the Government of Nunavut’s web site.

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