Fireweed Studio

Built in the early 1930s as a blacksmith shop, this single-storey log building was originally situated on what is now the Giant Mine property. After being moved to its current location near City Hall it became a tourist information centre (1978-1992), and, now, an artist's studio and retail outlet.

Our Stories

Intriguing tales from Canada's Northwest Territories

Oh, ya know, no big deal – just kayaking off a 107-foot-high waterfall.

At the east tip of Great Slave Lake lies a village that is no more.

9 intriguing historical sites in the heart of the Northwest Territories.