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Situated on the shore of Great Slave Lake - the ninth-largest lake in the world and the deepest in North America - Yellowknife is a culturally-rich and vibrant city in the midst of vast subarctic wilderness.

The founding of the city became closely tied to the discovery of gold on the shores of Great Slave Lake, but in recent years Yellowknife has flourished thanks in large part to diamond mining in the NWT.

It's estimated that some 25 languages are spoken in Yellowknife, including its eight official territorial languages. From Asia to Africa, people from around the world have settled in the NWT's capital city - giving it a unique and exciting cultural dynamic.

The picturesque streets and lanes meander into beautiful walking and hiking trails, and the area features fantastic aurora viewing during the fall, winter and spring months. In summer, fishing in Great Slave Lake is a highlight - and for the geologically-inclined, exploring the Yellowknife area will be an exciting adventure as the city sits atop the Canadian Shield. The oldest rocks in the region date more than four billion years of age.

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