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

Here's the story behind the stunning new landmark at Fort Simpson's 'Papal Flats....

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

In Canada’s biggest park, battles for survival are a daily occurrence...