What is Norway's most northern point?

Answer Knivskjellodden, on the island of Magerøya, is the most northern point in Norway. Knivskjellodden is not only the most northern point on the Norwegian mainland, but it is also the most northern po... Read More »

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What is the most northern town in the world?

Alert, Nunavut, is the northernmost inhabited town in the world. Alert is only 508 miles from the North Pole and had five permanent residents as of 2006. Alert is the home of a Canadian Forces weat... Read More »

What is the name of Canada's most northern settlement?

The northernmost settlement in Canada (and the world) is the Canadian Forces Station Alert at the northern tip of Ellesmere Island. The station, which is within the boundaries of Canada's Nunavut t... Read More »

Northern California State Colleges?

California manages three major systems of public higher education: the University of California, California State University and California Community Colleges. As of 2011, the UC system operates 10... Read More »

Who was the first Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in 1969?

There was no Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in 1969. The office was created in 1972; the first person to hold the position of Secretary of State of Northern Ireland was William Whitelaw. H... Read More »