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This church was opened in 1954. It is a repurposed quansite hut (long narrow, metal corrugated building) that was used by the American military while buiding the Alaska highway. It is located on Backe Street in Haines Junction, YT.
This cathedral and church school is at the corner of Ingledew and Patricia Boulevard in Prince George, British Columbia
Gum or hardened sap from spruce trees has been used as a traditional medicine by Northern Canadian Indigenous people. It is used as a chewing gum and also melted to make a glue to fix canvas boats or plug holes.
Since 1922, a spring vintage car rally has been held on Djurgarden in Stockholm. Members of the Swedish Royal Family, particlularly Prince Bertil routinely took part in the rally. It has now been named Prince Bertil Memorial Day in his honour. It was a rainy day for the 2011 rally, but many...
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.