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Google, the most popular search engine, has recently released in its statement about its involvement in project that is surfing for some new places with its mapping device.
The statements came on Thursday, when the company officials declared that there search is ongoing in the remote northern outposts of the Canada's Arctic region for some new places thereby reaching the farthest north until now.
"Search for Cambridge Bay on Google maps and you will fly to a tiny hamlet located deep in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavat in Canada's Arctic circle, surrounded by an intricate lacework of tundra, waterways and breaking ice. High above the Arctic circle, it is a place reachable only by plane or boat”, Google said in a statement.
The other announcement that came from Google talked about Google maps ancient Arctic village, which it claims is an isolated village and is lived in by only 1,500 people. It also has some streets with names like Omingmak (ox) Street and Tigiganiak (fox) Road etc.
Google is confident to uncover many more such similar stories on its map and is eager to move so furthest north with its Maps Street View team in Canada. It is with the help of the 21st century cartography tools that Google is still ongoing successfully.