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Cultural Industries

- Cultural Education Orientation Packages

- Inuvialuit Clothing (parka, mukluks, belts, crafts)

- Education resources

- Photos/videos

Behdzi Ahda First Nation is situated in a traditional log building with a 4 room Bed and Breakfast part of the building. The office also includes the local Band Office and sells traditional and contemporary arts as well as fine crafts.

A full service video and photography studio for commercial and personal projects.

Printing services on paper and canvas.

The Chief Drygeese Conference Centre is a place you can go to find out about the local artists and where to go to purchase artwork.

Community Government of Gameti have local crafts display for viewing to public

First North Productions is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated, and was established in 2004 by John Gon. Since its inception, Northern-based First North Productions has become a fully integrated independent production company that offers services and develops and produces its own media programs....

The Hamlet of Tulita is very proud of its artist. We want to assist them to develop as artists, sell and promote their art and pass on their knowledge and skill to other generations. To assist our artists, the Hamlet of Tulita is organizing our new cultural center as a retail space for Tulita...

Incorporated in June 1971, the Ikahuk Co-op is located on Banks Island in NWT. The traditional name is "Ikaahuk" (where you go across to). The Co-op operations include a retail store, fuel delivery and property rentals.

The store sells traditional arts and crafts made by local artists....

IRC Craft shop buys directly from artists and has no mark up. That means that every dollar goes straight back to the artists. We sell fur hats, fur mitts, beaded hide products, carvings, muskox sweaters, purses, leather jackets, scarves, seal slippers, ookpiks, hide drums, dolls, and prints. We...

K'asho Got'ine Charter Community Council is a large office building located in Fort Good Hope which includes a large hall used for community events. It is located near the day care and Co-op store and has traditional arts and fine crafts for sale for residents and tourists.