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This is one of a series of paintings of berries affixed to the south exterior wall of the Yellowknife Inn.
This Boeing 737-200 Combi is flown by Canadian North Airlines, owned by Nor Terra Inc., which is, in turn owned by the 100% aboriginal Inuvialuit Development Corporation. Canadian North flies to Northwest Territories and Nunavut destinations from Edmonton and Ottawa. The Boeing 737- 200 Combi...
Over the July 10 - 12 weekend Yellowknife hosted the annual Midnight Sun Fly-in. There were many float planes at the old Wardair Dock, as well as overhead.
Aspen serpentine leaf miner is a common insect pest in the Northwest Territories. This tree was at 44St and 50th Avenue in Yellowknife. Identification of the pest confirmed by Dr. David Langor Research Scientist, Pest Management and Biodiversity Conservation Natural Resources Canada, Canadian...
This is one of a series of painted wood cut images of berries that are attached to the south exterior wall of the Yellowknife Inn.
This polar bear skin rug lies on the floor of the NWT Legislative Assembly Chamber. There is a story that the tour guides tell about it. A man asked the Legislative to help him because the bear was terrorizing the settlement. The Assembly did not help, so he killed the bear and brought the hide...