Treaty 11 document on display until late November

The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. (Photo by Luke Carroll/ CKLB.)

The original Treaty 11 document will be displayed at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre until Nov. 21.

The document was initially scheduled to be on display from mid-September until mid-October, but this was interrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak in the NWT.

The new schedule includes which the pages the document will display, which will start with Fort Simpson and Wrigley from Oct. 18 to 24.

  • Then, Tulita and Fort Good Hope from Oct. 25 to 31.
  • Tsiigehtchic and Fort McPherson from Nov. 1 to 7.
  • Fort Liard and Behchoko from Nov. 8 to 14.

And from Nov. 15 to 21 the document will be on the first page of the Treaty, the title page.

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