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Behchoko[edit]

Bridge over the Frank Channel near Behchoko on the Yellowknife Highway
Chief Jimmy Bruneau Regional High School at Edzo, 15 km (9.3 mi) south of Behchoko in the Northwest Territories, Canada. The school serves both communities. 

Cambridge Bay[edit]

Thule culture tent rings near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. On the left is the main family dwelling and the right is the grandparents house. 
Thule culture tent rings near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. On the left is the main family dwelling and the right is the grandparents house. 
A Thule culture food cache near Cambridge Bay 
A Thule culture food cache near Cambridge Bay 
A Dorset culture stone long house near Cambridge Bay 
A Dorset culture stone long house near Cambridge Bay 
A Dorset culture stone long house near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada. The house was rediscovered by accident when a group returning from another archaeological site flew over the longhouse and noticed it. 
A Dorset culture stone long house near Cambridge Bay 
View of the Cambridge Bay LORAN tower. Now used as an NDB. 
View of the Cambridge Bay LORAN Tower from inside. Now used as an Non-Directional Beacon
LORAN tower at Cambridge Bay. Used as an NDB, often called the "CB" beacon. 
David Scott Cowper's Polar Bound in Cambridge Bay 
Fog caused by the burning of hydrocarbons to heat houses in the Arctic. The fog forms around communities when the temperature reaches −40 °C (−40 °F). At the time this was taken the temperature was −43 °C (−45 °F). 
Cambridge Bay Stone Church after fire 
Cambridge Bay Stone Church after fire 
Blizzard conditions at 40 kn (74 km/h; 46 mph). 
Inuuhuktu (Baby Pelly) and Amaaqtuq (Lady Pelly) 
Looking north to Ovayok (Mount Pelly
Always make sure to use the carpark 
Aerial view of Cambridge Bay looking north. 
A t-shirt showing the names of the streets in Cambridge Bay. All street names are in Inuinnaqtun and the shirt shows the English translations. 
Tug and barges overwintering in Cambridge Bay after the annual sealift 
Northern Transportation Company Limited tug and barges overwintering in Cambridge Bay after the annual sealift 
This was the first time that NTCL had brought in a tug pulling this type of container ship rather than a series of barges. It took two tugs to move it into position. 
Driving on the ice road to West Arm 

Bathurst Inlet[edit]

20 June 1999. Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut from the air. At the top of the picture is the old Roman Catholic Mission and also visible are some of the old Hudson's Bay Company buildings in their traditional red and white. 
20 June 1999. Looking from the landing strip towards Bathurst Inlet. Visible are the old Hudson's Bay Company buildings in their traditional red and white colours. 

Umingmaktok[edit]

Umingmaktok, 20 June 1999. This is the other half of the community. There is no electricity except for that provided by portable generators. The aircraft landing strip is between the two halves. 
Umingmaktok, 20 June 1999. Looking across the bay towards the Co-op store. On the far left can be seen the Twin Otter aircraft used to access the community. To the right of the plane are two small buildings painted in the traditional red and white colour 

Kuglukgtuk[edit]

Inuit women in Kugluktuk preparing to make bannock. From the late 1970s or early 1980s. 

Iqaluit[edit]

Interior of the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut, Iqaluit. 
Interior of St. Jude's Cathedral in Iqaluit 

N'Dilo[edit]

Welcome to N'Dilo 
A street in N'Dilo 
N'Dilo looking towards Old Town 
Abe Vital Boarding Home in N'Dilo. Primarily for First Nations people in the NWT when in Yellowknife for medical reasons. 
The new New K'àlemì Dene School under construction 
The new New K'àlemì Dene School under construction 
K'àlemì Dene School completed 

Ulukhaktok[edit]

Looking at Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories from the bluffs that give the community its name. 

Yellowknife[edit]

Yellowknife Visitors Centre 
Yellowknife Courthouse 
Stanton Territorial Hospital, located in Yellowknife, is the main hospital for the NWT and also serves the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut 
Sign on the Ingraham Trail 
RCMP HQ in Yellowknife 
Buildings at Giant Mine 
Buildings at Giant Mine 
Main entrance at Giant Mine 
Armoured vehicle outside the CFNA HQ Yellowknife 
Canadian Forces Northern Area Headquarters Yellowknife 
Canadian Forces Northern Area Headquarters Yellowknife 
Northwest Territories Legislative Building 
Yellowknife City Hall 
Yellowknife City Hall 
Yellowknife City Hall 
Prosperous Lake just outside of Yellowknife 
Prosperous Lake boat launch outside Yellowknife 
North of 60 Mining Memorial 
North of 60 Mining Memorial 
North of 60 Mining Memorial 
Yellowknife City Hall 
Close up of the Bush Pilots monument 
Plaque on the Bush Pilots monument 
Bush Pilots Monument 
Looking across Great Slave Lake towards Dettah, Northwest Territories 
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre 
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre 
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre 
Looking across Yellowknife Old Town towards N'Dilo, Northwest Territories 
Houseboats on Great Slave Lake 
The Wildcat Cafe 
Bullocks Bistro 
The Yellowknife River, about 9.1 km (5.7 mi) from Yellowknife, where it passes under the Ingraham Trail 
The Yellowknife River, about 9.1 km (5.7 mi) from Yellowknife, looking downstream 
The Yellowknife River, about 9.1 km (5.7 mi) from Yellowknife, just after sunset 
Madeline Lake outside Yellowknife 
Madeline Lake outside Yellowknife 
Madeline Lake day use area outside Yellowknife 
Commission Scolaire Francophone De Division 
Weledeh Catholic School 
École St. Joseph School 
Range Lake North School 
N.J. Macpherson School 
Yellowknife Education District No. 1, located next to Mildred Hall School 
Mildred Hall School 
Mildred Hall School 
Mildred Hall School 
Mildred Hall School 
École Allain St-Cyr from the front. 
École Allain St-Cyr from the side. 
The Gold Range Hotel and bar 
The second tallest building in Yellowknife 
The third tallest building in Yellowknife 
The fourth tallest building in Yellowknife 
The fifth tallest building in Yellowknife 
The sixth tallest building in Yellowknife 
The seventh tallest building in Yellowknife 
The eighth tallest building in Yellowknife 
The ninth tallest building in Yellowknife 
The tenth tallest building in Yellowknife 
Panorama taken from the Bush Pilots Monument in the Old Town, showing Great Slave Lake and looking north towards downtown Yellowknife
Panorama taken from the Bush Pilots Monument in the Old Town, showing Great Slave Lake and looking north towards downtown Yellowknife

United Kingdom[edit]

Shoes made from bread by Italian POW during WWII at Eden Camp. 
A modern representation of Viking coin making at the Jorvik Viking Centre in York, England
The ruins of Knaresborough Castle, Yorkshire, England. 
Overlooking the railway bridge and the River Nidd at Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England. 
The Spurn Lightship anchored in the Hull Marina