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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
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.
This rock is a chip from the oldest rock in the world, a crustal outcrop at Acasta River, Northwest Territories. It is 3.962 billion years old and is comprised of zircons, quartz, plagioclass fedlspars, biotite, hornblende, allanite, sphene, garnet, magnetite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite...
The chestnuts in this park were dropping their chestnuts. On impact, many of the green outer husks would crack open to reveal the hard brown chestnut inside. The ladies in the park were gathering up chestnuts for children.
This gooseberry bush was growing close to the shore of Frame Lake. Gooseberries have traditionally been used as a food and contain vitamin C.
The Fur Trade Fort is a replica of the 1846 fort, which was located downstream on the site of the Alberta Legislature grounds. The original fort had a garden to supply vegetables to the fort's occupants. This year, the garden to the north of the fort is producing cabbage, corn, potatoes,...
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.
This hair of a 36,500 year old bison was preserved in permafrost and found in 2007 by Shane Van Loon. It is currently on display at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. Interpretive signs in the Museum tell us that the hair colour is similar that seen on European cave paintings of...