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This sculpture, created in 2009 by Yellowknife artist Francois Thibault depicts three drum dancers. It is located at the edge of Frame Lake in front of Yellowknife's City Hall.
The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research is located in the brown building in the upper left of the photograph. The Institute's substantial polar library is housed in this building. The ships and U-boat in the Old Harbour are part of the German Maritime Museum (Deutsches...
Black flies and mosquitoes can be quite unpleasant in some seasons in Yellowknife. Screening balconies, as in this example, keeps the bugs out and makes the space usable for more of the season.
The Arctic Centre is a major polar research organization. The Centre includes a substantial polar library and museum
This painting of black bears in fireweed by Dean E. Robertson is on the side of a building on Franklin Avenue in Yellowknife. The painting is dated 2005. It is one of many paintings and murals that are on the exteriors of buildings in Yellowknife.
Digital Library North, Stobbs, Robyn
The Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre has a mandate to promote the three dialects of the Inuvialuktun language. This display shows some of the children's books that have been published in the three dialects.
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 Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is a world class museum with excellent interpretive dioramas. This one shows a caribou and calf in a tundra landscape.
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.