THE GREAT NORTHWEST TERRITORIES DISCOVERED !
Updated: 7/7/2020
THE GREAT NORTHWEST TERRITORIES DISCOVERED !
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  • Wow after a long trip I am finally hear! The great Northwest Territories.
  • Welcome I am your tour guide Max ! Please to meet you , Let's start exploring!
  • Fun fact, I heard over 43,000 people live in 33 communities hear.
  • I might have to move hear, The weather and climate is great. So sunny and fresh air surrounds us.
  • That is great information ! This great territory provides excellent government services and good jobs to its people .
  • Tell me more about the culture and traditions here.
  • Well for starters there are officially 11 languages and three distinct Aboriginal groups across the territory.
  • Dene, Inuit and Metis. The rich heritage and traditions of the territory's first nations people have always been part of their cultures.
  • Let's talk about the territory's economy.
  • TITLE :THE GREAT NORTHWEST TERRITORIES DISCOVERED !
  • Wow! That is a big question, Well Mining and fishing has to be were the territory gets their wealth to sustain their economy.
  • With oil and gas development and Aboriginal people's tradition to fish and hunt. This territory is ready to go.
  • After a while of exploring this territory, FACTS ARE SHARED WITH MUCH KNOWLEDGE AND APPRECIATION OF THEIR SURROUNDINGS
  • COOL !
  • Wow the Great slave Lake is beautiful, Always wanted to come here. OH and by the way why is it called the great slave lake.
  • It is actually the deepest lake in Canada.
  • Well the Great slave lake was put on European maps during the emergence of the fur trade. Great slave came from the slavey people, One of the Athapaskan tribes living on it's southern shores at the time.
  • THEY DISCUSS AND LEARN ABOUT THE TERRITORY'S CULTURE AND TRADITIONS
  • I can't believe this tour has ended I have learnt so much and I will definitely be coming back.
  • This is the last travel site will be visiting but there are many more such as the Northern lights, Kelle river and more.
  • Thank you for your time and interest let's hike and enjoy this air and scenery.
  • NOW THEY TALK ABOUT THE TERRITORIES ECONOMY AND WEALTH
  • THIS IS NOW THE MAIN IDEA: They enjoy the Great slave lake's view and learn some facts about its origin.
  • The End: They go hiking at the Canol trail to enjoy the scenery while the tourist enjoys her last days at this great territory.
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