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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...
The Caribou Hotel is the second hotel on the site, the first having burned in 1909. The new hotel, constructed in 1910 was added to Canada's register of Historic Places 2008/01/25. Matthew Watson General Store claims to be the oldest operating store in the Yukon. Visible in the foreground is a...
This sculpture was created by Alain Iyerak in 1970. It is made from a single vertebra of a bowhead whale. The vertebra had to dry for 100 years to be used for carving. The carving is housed on the upper level of the NWT Legislative Assembly Building.
The Caucus Room of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories is circular and has remarkable acoustics, so that even whispers can be heard. Along the back wall of the room are nine paintings of mines in the NWT by Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson.
Cloudberries grow around the Circumpolar North. In Finland they are picked in large numbers and used in cookery in a variety of ways.
This columnar oak walk leads from an entrance at the bottom of the hill up to the tea house and glass houses in the centre of the Botanic Garden in Oslo. There were a few dried oak leaves on the trees.
The common cattail grows along the edges of lakes. It has been used as a traditional food, both the green flower spike (shown in this image), the core, the root and the seeds are all edible.
This garden project at Mildred Hall School in Yellowknife is a collaboration between students and elders. Raised beds are a common garden format in Yellowknife because of the rocky nature of the landscape and the general lack of good topsoil. These beds contain common garden plants such as...
The Ndilo First Nation Community is located on Latham Island on the edge of Yellowknife. The community has recently built a greenhouse to complement the community garden. The sign on the fence reads \"Welcome to YKDFN Community Garden\".