Siilavut, Nunavut • Our Environment, Our Land (1999) by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (I120903)

Our Environment, Our Land by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist Post cards available at Sivertson Gallery!

15 Stunning Aboriginal Artworks From Across Canada

Luke Marston — "Bentwood Box" Stunning Aboriginal Artworks From Across Canada Huffington Post

CBC's Tragically Hip Broadcast Praised By Canadians And Viewers Worldwide

It was a rare event that united a country in celebration of beloved musical icons — and elicited universal praise for our national broadcaster. The CBC served as the exclusive broadcaster for The Trag.

Split Fish (2007) by Kenojuak Ashevak, Inuit artist (G110710)

Split Fish by Kenojuak Ashevak Medium: ink, coloured pencil Size: 20 × inches

Carl Ray, Medicine Bear, 1977, acrylic on canvas, collection of Sunita D. Doobay - (c) Estate Carl Ray - Photo Credit: Don Hall

Carl Ray, Medicine Bear, acrylic on canvas, collection of Sunita D. Doobay - (c) Estate Carl Ray - Photo Credit: Don Hall

Moose Knuckle Canvas Parka w Blue Fur

Steller canvas parka

This canvas parka is lust-worthy. It’s a sensational piece fit for a model-off-duty look, and worthy of an impromptu street style photo shoot. The exaggerated fox fur trim around the hood will keep your neck and face toasty warm, while feeling luxurious a

The Tragically Hip announced their next tour created with special consideration of Gordon Downie's announcement that his brain cancer is terminal - #CourageForGord - Canada loves you!!!

The Tragically Hip announced their next tour created with special consideration of Gordon Downie's announcement that his brain cancer is terminal - - Canada loves you!

Joshua Wedzin, 9, paints alongside his artist father in his Behchoko, N.W.T., studio.

See what this 9-year-old Tlicho boy can paint, inspired by his artist father

Joshua Wedzin has watched his father, well-known Tlicho artist James Wedzin, paint the northern landscape. Now the youngster is creating — and selling — his own works of art.

Bee Kingdom Glass - Village Podcast - Village Brewery in Calgary invests 10% towards amazing art in Calgary, AB, Canada - Great Beer and Great Podcast!!!

Bee Kingdom Glass - Village Podcast - Village Brewery in Calgary invests towards amazing art in Calgary, AB, Canada - Great Beer and Great Podcast!

December can be a dark and cold time of year in Nunavut, but colourful Christmas lights can help to awaken our eyes and our hearts. As in years past, some residents join the effort, as did this Cambridge Bay homeowner above. Note to readers: we will publish our last issue of 2015 on Friday, Dec. 18. Our first issue of 2016 will appear as planned on Jan. 1. Our offices in Iqaluit and Ottawa will be closed for regular business from Dec. 18 to Dec. 27 and re-open for regular business Dec. 28…

December can be a dark and cold time of year in Nunavut, but colourful Christmas lights can help to awaken our eyes and our hearts. As in years past, some residents join the effort, as did this Cambridge Bay homeowner above. Note to readers: we will publish our last issue of 2015 on Friday, Dec. 18. Our first issue of 2016 will appear as planned on Jan. 1. Our offices in Iqaluit and Ottawa will be closed for regular business from Dec. 18 to Dec. 27 and re-open for regular business Dec. 28…

A couple of Gold Rush-era figures - Dr. Louis Alphonse Paré, who worked in Tagish, and Léa Moreau. There are 21 handmade dolls in all, representing famous Yukon francophones, from the 1800s to the present.

Stitches in time: Handmade dolls portray Yukon's francophone history

A couple of Gold Rush-era figures - Dr. Louis Alphonse Paré, who worked in Tagish, and Léa Moreau. There are 21 handmade dolls in all, representing famous Yukon francophones, from the to the present.

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