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Treaty 11 – 100 years

A Tłı̨chǫ community exhibit tells the story of their 100-year relationship with Canada. Treaty 11 was the foundation for the modern nation-to-nation treaty making process, which led to the signing of the Tłı̨chǫ Agreement.

“Discovery Gallery Open for Bookings”

Following safety protocols, the museum play area is available by reservation from 9:30am-12pm and 1pm-5pm Wednesday to Friday, and from 1-5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Bookings must be made in advance.   Groups will be provided with a kit of clean, quarantined items including; cooking gear, puppets, and books for self-led learning and play. […]

Museum Health and Safety Guidelines

To ensure the health and safety of staff and visitors, the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre has health and safety guidelines that comply with the GNWT’s Emerging Wisely Plan. These practices include: Reduced overall visitor capacity. There will now be a limit of 80 visitors in the museum at a time. Gallery capacities will also […]

New exhibition about belugas’ importance to the Inuvialuit people opens at Canadian Museum of Nature

A new exhibition that explores the importance of beluga whales to Inuvialuit – Inuit of the Western Canadian Arctic at the Canadian Museum of Nature. Qilalukkat! Belugas and Inuvialuit: Our Survival Together was curated by Myrna Pokiak, an Inuvialuit cultural educator born and raised in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. “We’re delighted to present this latest exhibition in […]