Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon Area Code


867 Area Code

Canada is a federation located in the Northern part of America. It comprises three territories and ten provinces. Northwest Territories is one of these Canadian territories. The population of this territory is close to 44,000 people. Yellowknife is a capital of this territory. It became the capital in late 1960s. The Northwest Territories became a part of the Canadian Confederation in 1870. In late 1990s, Northwest Territories received the current borders after a separation of territories.

Nunavut is one of the Canadian territories. It is a new territory in Canada with a low population. The population of this territory is close upon 37,000 people. In 1999, Nunavut became a separated territory. Nunavut includes the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Iqaluit is the capital of this territory. It became the capital in the mid-1990s. Nunavut comprises many islands and has an outlet to the bays.

Yukon is one of the Canadian territories. It is the westernmost and smallest Canadian territory. This territory was separated from the Northwest Territories in late 1890s. It was named Yukon Territory. In 2002, it was renamed Yukon. However, the original name of this territory is quite popular. There are three recognized languages here: English, French and Firs Nations. But the official languages are English and French. Whitehorse is the capital and the largest city in Yukon. The truth is that Whitehorse is only city in Yukon.

We are pleased to give you detailed information pertaining to territorial phone numbers. As a matter of your convenience, we present the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon area codes, which are used for all of them.

867 is an area code that serves the three Canadian territories. It was established in 1997. Three territories use only one area code because of the low population.

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MB, 2019-04-19 17:25:29

Number: +1 (877) 762-4845

Call type: Spam

Rating: -5

fraudulent debit card warning

Linda Haddock, 2019-04-19 14:49:02

Number: +1 (844) 235-8427

Call type: Unknown

Rating: -5

Person gave my bank their phone number. They tried to to get money.

an0n, 2019-04-19 14:46:23

Number: +1 (418) 482-2587

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

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TK, 2019-04-19 13:24:23

Number: +1 (778) 689-5365

Call type: Scam

Rating: -2

Might be trying to just get some money outta you.

Dequavais, 2019-04-19 12:51:23

Number: +1 (902) 202-6733

Call type: Unknown

Rating: -5

They called, said if I am Jesus and I hung up

unknown, 2019-04-19 11:11:17

Number: +1 (418) 698-2601

Call type: Harassment

Rating: -5

did not stop calling

DW, 2019-04-19 09:26:29

Number: +1 (514) 499-6339

Call type: Harassment

Rating: -5

called 4 times over 4 hours today 2 times yesterday always hang up 10 seconds after answer

Darius, 2019-04-19 09:03:25

Number: +1 (226) 978-1140

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

Just called me about “financing a house into a flat rate.” On Good Friday? Don’t think so.

AN, 2019-04-19 08:51:24

Number: +1 (833) 861-6906

Call type: Unknown

Rating: -5

Calls several times a day every day without leaving a message.

Nick, 2019-04-19 08:49:23

Number: +1 (416) 460-4047

Call type: Scam

Rating: -5

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