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Canada’s Northern House

Canada’s Northern Housenow open at 602 W. Hastings Street & Seymour in Vancouver,  is located in the heart of downtown. You can expect to be captivated with the simulated northern lights shining from the windows. The lights will draw people in to view and get information on Nunavut art, business, athletes, cultural performers and artists.

Visitors to Northern House will be greeted at the entrance by an inuksuk built by former Nunavut Commissioner Peter Irniq, using stone from Nunavut, Northwest Territories and British Columbia. Canada’s Northern House will showcase talented performers such as Artcirq and throat singers, drum dancers, and traditional games athletes during the Olympic Games.

Canada’s Northern House will have an art lounge, story telling area and an exhibit called “The North Today” featuring interactive displays on living, visiting and investing in Nunavut. There will also be business information about the three territories. Visitors also have the chance to win an $8,000 diamond or a 3.8 ounce gold nugged valued at $7,000.

The House is open through March 31, 2010.
Daily hours during the 2010 Olympic Games will be 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Before and after the 2010 Olympic Games, it will be open from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


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