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Flavour Trader

Restaurant Service at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre

YELLOWKNIFE (September 25, 2018) – Restaurant and catering services at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre will be offered by local business Flavour Trader, beginning in late October.

The restaurant will offer new hours:

  • Monday to Friday 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
    • Delightful range of casse-croûte (treats)
    • Lunch Served from 11:30 to 2:00 pm
  • Thursday dinner 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm
  • Occasional Flavour Trader culinary events on Friday and Saturday nights

For regular updates, follow the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre on Facebook.

For more information, contact:

Cherish Winsor
Senior Communications Advisor
Department of Education, Culture and Employment
T: 867-767-9352, ext. 71021

Minister’s Culture and Heritage Circle Nominations

2018 Minister’s Culture and Heritage Circle Call for Nominations

The Department of Education, Culture and Employment is preparing for the annual Minister’s Culture and Heritage Circle Awards and is seeking nominations for an individual or group who exemplifies excellence and dedication to the promotion and preservation of arts, culture and heritage in the Northwest Territories. Please consider submitting a nomination or sharing this information with your constituents.

Please download the application form that provides more information including our objectives and eligible recipients.


Minister's Culture and Heritage Circle Call for Nominations

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Deadline for nominations is Friday, August 31, 2018.

If you have any questions, or to submit completed applications, contact ECE Public Affairs at or phone Cherish Winsor at (867) 767.9352 ext 71021.


CCI Workshop: “Display Cases”

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre is pleased to offer the following workshop:

WORKSHOP Display Cases
FACILITATOR Canadian Conservation Institute
DATES October  23-24, 2018
LOCATION Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (Auditorium)
4750 48th Street, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Registration Information

  • As a service to Heritage Organizations there will be no fee charged to participants for attending.
  • Registration Deadlines: Monday August 13, 2018.
  • If more than one person from an organization would like to register, they will be added to a wait list. If space is still available after the registration deadline, they will be able to register.

There is an enrollment limit of 20 participants, please register early to secure your spot.
Complete the registration form and return it to:

Rosalie Scott, Conservator
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
4750 48th Street, Yellowknife NT  X1A 2L9
Tel: 867-767-9347 X 71224
Fax:  867-873-0205

Participants requiring financial assistance may be eligible to apply for the Canadian Museums Association’s bursary program to assist museum professionals and volunteers. Details and application forms are available at:

The Community Cultural Development program will provide travel and accommodation assistance to one participant from each organization who could not otherwise afford to send a representative. Please contact Boris Atamanenko at: if you require travel assistance.

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NWT Arts Council Funding Applications for 2018

NWT Arts Council Funding Applications

Call for projects to be conducted in 2018

Funding is available for artists or territorial organizations that are producing a specific artistic work, project or event in the following categories:

  • Audio Recording
  • Performing Arts
  • Writing and Publishing
  • Visual Arts and Crafts
  • Film and Media Arts

To apply online or to download an application form:

Closing Date: October 31, 2017.

For more information, please contact us at our Toll Free Line 1-877-445-2787, ext. 3 or by e-mail:

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2017 marks an important milestone in the history of the Northwest Territories: fifty years since the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) from Ottawa (Ontario) to Yellowknife (NWT). This not only brought the government 3,086 kilometers closer to the people it was meant to serve, it also changed the way the people of the NWT interacted with their government. It allowed them to participate in their government and shape it to their needs and realities… a process that continues to this day.

The GNWT is marking this anniversary year with a series of projects, including a Facebook page where current and former residents can share memories and stories, and a digital commemorative project. To learn more about all the activities planned to mark this anniversary, click here.

This is also a milestone year for the City of Yellowknife. On May 1, 1967, the city was named the capital of the territory. The first sitting of the NWT Council (which would later become the Legislative Assembly) was held in Yellowknife as the seat of government on November 13 of the same year. To learn more about how the City of Yellowknife is celebrating this anniversary, click here.