Fort Ross, Nunavut
Situated on the Bellot Strait at the southeastern end of Somerset Island, it was operational for only eleven years as the severe ice conditions rendered it uneconomical and difficult to access. This left the island uninhabited. The former store and manager's house are still used as shelters by Inuit caribou hunters from Taloyoak.
Henry Larsen (explorer) reached it in 1942. In the summer of 2006, CBC's The National visited Fort Ross in their travels on the Coast Guard icebreaker Louis S. St-Laurent in a special series focused on climate change.
- "Northwest Passage: The National visits Canada's North". CBC News. 2006-10-27. Retrieved 2008-08-14. mirror