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Traditional Knowledge

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

- Education resources

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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.

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, ...

Lutsel K'e Dene First Nations is a place you can go to find out about the local artists and where to go to purchase artwork.

Our Caribou People Creations website enables customers everywhere to purchase arts and fine crafts from artists of our community.

We are also a distributor...

The Northwest Territory Métis Nation is comprised of the indigenous Métis originally from the South Slave in the Northwest Territories.

The membership is politically represented by the Fort Resolution Métis Council, the Fort Smith Métis Council, and the Hay River Métis Government Council...

Tlicho Government of Gameti along side & in partnership with ITI we are able to help various artists, businesses & clients with many different funding. One of our biggest funding requests is the SEED Program which help our local artists with purchasing raw material and tools so they can...

Tlicho Government, in Wekweeti in partnership with ITI, assists clients and businesses in the community with various of funding.

We have a display of arts and crafts made by local artists and can call artists to come to the office with their art for sale.

Tlicho Government is a place you can go to find out about the local artists and where to go to purchase artwork.