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These Chiquita brand organic bananas, imported from Ecuador were available at the ICA Maxi Supermarket Ostersund in June, 2018. They were priced at 23 kr/kilo, or about $3.45 CAD/Kilo. In Edmonton, Alberta, at the same time, organic bananas could be purchased for about $2.00CAD/kilo.
Animals are an essential part of Inuit world view and day-to-day life. The knowledge of the relationship between people and animals is passed down through oral tradition from older people to children. These stories are now being captured as children's fiction. In these four works published by...
In Arctic Canada, government agencies, Indigenous organizations and private organizations publish in a variety of languages, dialects and scripts. Often materials are published in several different linguistic editions. Two of the pictured volumes are published by the Government of Nunavut and...
A member of the gooseberry family, skunkberries or skunk currants are found across nothern Canada. This edible berry has a strong odor and bristly. Skunkberries can be used to make jelly and were used as a traditional medicine by Indigenous people.
These cherries, imported from Turkey were for sale in the ICA Maxi Supermarket Ostersund. They were sold in 500g packages for 35kr/package or 70kr/kilo ($10.50 CAD/kilo). The sign reads "körsbär i ask" or "cherry in box". The fruit grade is listed as Class 1.
This list of vegetables that grow well in Rovaniemi's Community Garden was pasted to the bulletin board at the garden. Column 1 (top to bottom): potatoes, carrots, turnips, parsnips, radishes, peas, broad beans, scarlet runner bans, spinach, silver beets, chilis, peppers, rhubarb. Column 2...
The fee to use this toiled in Stockholm's Royal National City Park was 5SEK (about $.70 CAD).
These Nätsänken (net sinkers) or weights for fishing nets are held at Jamtli, the regional museum of Jämtland and Härjedalen in Östersund, Sweden. They are constructed of wood bent into a circle and a birch bark pocket across the centre to hold a stone for weight. A stone can be seen in the...
This side of the obelisk shows a profile relief of a man looking left, with the name Adof Erik Nordenskiöld below. Nordenskiöld of Finnish/Swedish extraction and a Swediash parliamentarian. He was prominent Arctic explorer who made expeditions to Spitzbergen, the Arctic, and led Vega...