The Katannilik Territorial Park (established in 1993) is occupying the Meta Incognita Peninsula in the southern part of Baffin Island. The park extends from the south shore of Frobisher Bay across from Iqaluit, to the top of Pleasant Inlet along the coast of Hudson Strait. Katannilik means "place where there are falls" and the reserve contains waterfalls of various sizes within its 1'500 square kilometres of highland plateau and scenic river valleys.
Canada 1993, Katannilik Territorial Park.
(located in Nunavut, not in Northwest Territories as written on the stamp).
The stamp was issued in the series "Canada Day 1993 - Provincial and Territorial Parks".