Fine art and and photography reflecting life in the far North.

T is for Tulít’a (ABC Project)
Tulít’a is a small, fly-in community of approximately 500 people - the majority being Sahtú Dene or Métis. The town is located in the Northwest Territories, about 600 km northwest of Yellowknife. In Dene language the name Tulít’a means “where the waters flow together” because the town sits at the confluence of the Great Bear and the Mackenzie Rivers. 

T is for Tulít’a (ABC Project)

Tulít’a is a small, fly-in community of approximately 500 people - the majority being Sahtú Dene or Métis. The town is located in the Northwest Territories, about 600 km northwest of Yellowknife. In Dene language the name Tulít’a means “where the waters flow together” because the town sits at the confluence of the Great Bear and the Mackenzie Rivers. 

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