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Introducing '19 WCS Speaker Sarah Carr-Locke from Yellowknife.

How do you fit the Northwest Territories into a museum? As Director of the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Dr. Sarah Carr-Locke works to support its mission to “explore, preserve, and share the unique stories of the NWT with the world.” Sarah will talk about the process of

representing the land, people, cultures, history and heritage in the territorial museum in Yellowknife.

Dr. Sarah Carr-Locke is the Director of the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories (NWT), where she has lived since 2014. Sarah’s academic career has focused on museums, archaeology and how to work collaboratively with Indigenous people in heritage preservation. She grew up in Toronto and has lived in Peterborough, Prince George, and Vancouver before falling in love with the NWT. When she’s not working, she enjoys skiing, canoeing and snowshoeing in the beautiful subarctic.

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