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Press Release: Inuvialuit Sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben

Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre Presents Inuvialuit Sculptor Abraham Anghik Ruben Yellowknife (April 21, 2015) – The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) is pleased to present the opening of a new exhibition of sculptures by Paulatuk-born artist, Abraham Anghik Ruben. The exhibition, Aurora Borealis, opens April 30, 2015 and will run through […]

Media Coverage of Berger Evening Presentation

A sound recording of Thomas Berger’s talk can be heard below: A recording of CBC reporter Loren McGinnis’ conversation with Thomas Berger (CBC Radio North, Trail’s End, March 3, 2015) can be heard below: A full length interview with Thomas Berger was conducted by Mark Rendell of Edge YK. The article can be found here: Rendell, […]

Press Release: Thomas Berger to open exhibit

Former Justice Thomas Berger to open exhibit at Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre YELLOWKNIFE (Feb 27, 2015): Former Justice Thomas Berger will be visiting the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre to officially open the Thunder in our Voices exhibit currently on display until April 30, 2015. Between 1975 and 1977, Justice Thomas Berger […]

New Sambaa K’e Place Names

In 2015, 38 new place names for the Trout Lake area were approved and made official under the NWT Geographic and Community Names Policy. Earlier, the Sambaa K’e Dene Band of Trout Lake had submitted a list of traditional Slavey names for geographical locations in their traditional land use area. These names link the community members to their […]