The Road to Nowhere heads out of Iqaluit, Nunavut across Canadian tundra for a mile or so. Then it grinds to a halt at a pile of stones. Nobody seems sure why the council built it. The only people that care are the people that steal the signs.

Some folk believe the council planned a garbage dump at the end of the Road to Nowhere before it realized it would be on top of the local stream The British queen drove along it twice to look at the tundra, although we don’t think she was wearing her crown at the time.