Art Retailers/Galleries

Established June 15, 2022, Mackenzie Cabins Gift Shop is a registered retailer for NWT Arts and is dedicated to encouraging and supporting the traditional economy by:

  • buying and selling traditional crafts made by NWT artists;
  • buying and selling traditionally tanned hides
  • ...

The Mackenzie Rest Inn uses its northern experience to offer the best in northern hospitality. The Mackenzie Rest Inn’s goal is to offer the highest level of customer service. Our Inn is designed to meet international travellers' expectations of quality. Whether you are looking for a hotel,...

Margaret has been sewing traditional crafts for decades, making thousands of beaded moosehide moccasins over the years. She sells her handmade crafts from her store in her home.

Traditional arts and crafts sold in Inuvik, NT.

We are a distributor of fur from the Fur and Hide Program of the Department of ITI, GNWT. This includes furs such as: beaver, seal, cross fox and white fox.

We have a home studio with lots of unique handmade northern gifts. We like meeting people and look forward to seeing you.

The art in our studio is from friends and family. Many of our visitors become friends and family too.

If you are looking for something special made just for you...

Nautchiaq Fur Shop carries traditional Inuvialuit arts and crafts for sale to the public. The shop carries a wide range of slippers, Inuvialuit dolls, trinkets, mukluks and fur hats seen by traditional craftspeople in Tuktoyaktuk.

The shop is open from June through September each year and...

North Country Inn currently buys traditionally made arts and crafts from local artists. We display their art work in our lobby for our guests to admire and to purchase. We also act as a liaison for the artists when our guests are looking for custom made aboriginal crafts. We also carry craft...

The Northern Life Museum and Cultural Centre holds what is considered among the best collection of northern native and early white settlement material in Canada. Our collection is comprised of over 17,000 artifacts including traditional work of the Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene and Metis, as well as...

The Okevik Craft Shop carries a selection of namemade hunting knives, ulu knives, and bone and antler carvings. All made from local raw materials by Aklavik artist Danny Gordon.

After seeing Yellowknife’s city councillors use dozens of styrofoam cups during a meeting, Old Town Glassworks founder Matthew Grogono gave the councillors glasses made of recycled bottles as a gift. Worried about the effect of excessive waste on the environment, Matthew wanted the City to get...

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