from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The capital of Northwest Territories, Canada, on the northern shore of Great Slave Lake. It was founded in 1935 after the discovery of gold and silver deposits in the area and became the provincial capital in 1967. Population: 18,700.
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- proper n. Capital of the Northwest Territories, Canada.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a town in the Northwest Territories in northern Canada on the Great Slave Lake
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One great thing about being a photographer in Yellowknife is that it’s small enough that you don’t have to specialize the way photographers in larger centres have to specialize.
In exactly two months today, on March 10th, I will board a plane in Yellowknife that will take me – quite literally – on the longest journey of my life, in terms of air travel, physical effort, and overall preparation.
This summer the weather in Yellowknife has been beyond bad.
If you're ever in Yellowknife, be sure to stop by.
Top of the World Travel in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories was a key sponsor in my recent fundraising trek to Nepal (and Mount Everest Base Camp).
Over the past month, one of my projects has been shooting a series of images of the “heart throb” doctors and nurses of Stanton Territorial Hospital here in Yellowknife for a calendar that will raise funds that will go towards bursaries to medical students.
I also found out that the high temperature in Yellowknife this weekend is going to be -32 degrees F.
Appearing before the N.W.T. Court of Appeal in Yellowknife on Tuesday, lawyers for Bell Mobility argued that it never agreed to provide 911 service.
The suit, launched by Yellowknifer James Anderson, was brought against the cellphone provider over its charge for 911 service, which is not provided in Yellowknife or any community in the NWT.
Or, perhaps, far west style, you all plan to strap on six-guns and hang out your own shingle in Yellowknife?
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