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- 91Campbell, Sandy
- 9Beaudreau, Diane, biologist, artist
- 1Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
- 1Anna Wilson MEd.
- 1Iyerak, Alain
- 1Knighton, Frank (Carver)
- 56Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 13Public Art - Polar Regions
- 11Urban Art in Yellowknife
This totem pole stands near the avenue in front of City Hall in Yellowknife, NWT. It was carved at Nitinhat, B.C., by carver, Frank Knighton and donated in 1971 by the People of British Columbia.
Saskatoon berries grow across Northern Canada and are used both as a food source and as a traditional medicine. The berries start out green and are a deep purple when they are ripe.
Horse drawn sleighs move more easily through snow than do wheeled wagons, so sleigh versions of most kinds of horse-drawn transportation exist. This hearse on bob sleds was on display in the Remmington Carriage Museum in Cardston, Alberta in July, 2015. Part of the collection of the Glenbow...
This pair of moose hide slippers are decorated with moose hide tufting and ermine trim. Dyed moose hair bundles are stitched onto a surface, in this case leather, and then trimmed to the desired shape. The design on these slippers is of flowers in red, pink, orange, purple and yellow, with...
This steppe bison skull is at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, NWT. The bison skeleton with skin, hair and flesh attached was found by Shane Van Loon in 2007 emerging from an eroding riverbank. The skull is 36,500 years old.
Taking off to the south at 5:30 p.m. There is smoke on the horizon from the forest fires east of the City. To the left of the image is Frame Lake with Yellowknife's tallest buildings behind it. To the right is the Con Mine tower with its red top.