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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 […]

NWT Arts Council Funding Applications for 2020-2021

NWT Arts Council Funding Applications Call for projects to be conducted in 2020-2021 Funding is available for artists or territorial organizations who are producing specific artistic works, projects or events in the Northwest Territories between April 2020 and March 2021. To apply online or to download an application form: www.nwtartscouncil.ca/tools.asp Closing Date: February 28, 2020. […]