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Acho Dene Native Crafts Ltd. produces traditional arts and crafts for wholesale and retail. The primary product is birch bark baskets with porcupine quillwork. The people of the area make these traditional products as they have for centuries. The business also retails leather accessories...

Custom Sewing, Alterations, Crafts, one of a kind designs, quilting, machine embroidery, Fabrics, notions, Local handmade items, Souvenirs, Beads, Zipper repairs and replacements.

We are a distributor of fur from the Fur and Hide Program of the Department of ITI, GNWT. This includes furs...

Indigenous-owned and operated arts and crafts store. 

Established in 1998, Gallery of the Midnight Sun is the NWT's largest gallery and gift shop offering fine arts and crafts from across the North. Located in Yellowknife's historic Old Town in a traditional trading post style setting, we also carry a wide selection of outerwear, northern apparel,...

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...

The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Craft Shop is the best spot in Inuvik to buy local arts, crafts, and souvenirs.

Shop knowing that we buy directly from the region's artists.

We sell fur hats, fur mitts, beaded hide products, carvings, muskox sweaters, purses, leather jackets, ...

Our family has been in business for over 30 years in Inuvik, NT.  Recognizing the need for sewing products, I started out selling beads and fabric out of my home around 2012.  Within 6 months, I moved to a store front location on main street.

The goal was always to go viral at some point...

Display case of local traditional arts and crafts. Sewing supplies.

The Tulita Northern Store is a supplier of raw materials and art supplies.

Located in Ulukhaktok Northwest Territories, the Ulukhaktok Arts Centre has spent decades employing local artisans from the community. Formally the Holman Print Shop, the Centre produces prints, muskox carvings, qiviut products and other traditional items.

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