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Yellowknife is the closest centre to Canada's three largest diamond mines. The NWT Diamond Centre is both an interpretive centre and sales outlet for diamonds. In addition to display cases housing diamond jewelry for viewing and sale, photographs and a video educate visitors to the geology of...
The south wall of the Yellowknife Inn faces a parking lot at 50th Street and 50th Avenue. The Urban Art in Yellowknife exhibit includes cut-out paintings of birds and wild plants that produce edible berries. This painting is of the raspberry and shows the foliage and the green and ripe berries....
This wooden sculpture stands in the grounds of the Scott Polar Research Institute in Lensfield Road in Cambridge, England. The inscription reads: \" For those who lost their lives in Antarctica in pursuit of science to benefit us all\".
Filter to Retrieve Articles Related to Indigenous Peoples of New Brunswick from the OVID MEDLINE DatabaseDownload
This is one of a suite of search filters designed to retrieve studies related to Canadian Indigenous Peoples from the OVID MEDLINE database. This filter is specific to New Brunswick.
"Inuvialuit" and the companion piece "Song of the Inuvialuit" (in the background of the image) were part of Abraham Anghik Ruben's exhibit, Aurora Borealis and the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, in Yellowknife, NWT during the summer of 2015. "Inuvialuit" is made of Narwhal tusk...
This is one of a series of paintings of berries that are affixed to the exterior south wall of the Yellowknife Inn.
Wood and wicker baby carriage, wooden potty chair and Singer sewing machines at the Sointula Museum, Malcolm Island, British ColumbiaDownload
The Sointula Museum displays many artifacts from the Finnish colonists who settled on Malcolm Island. In this corner there are Singer treadle operated sewing machines, a blue wicker and wood pram and several potty chairs. Also present in the image are women's magazines, sewing supplies, sewing...