Teaching Photos

=== by Bob Sutherland ===

This is my collection of photographs of some of the remote First Nation, Metis and Inuit communities where I have taught in northern Canada. Most of the photos were taken by myself but some were taken by my teaching colleagues and students. I still have a lot of work to do restoring old film and digital photographs to add to this collection.

Location Maps

Here are some maps showing the general location of the eight communities where I was lucky enough to own a camera and take a few photographs while teaching up north.

  1. Maps for Kugluktuk, Nunavut, Canada ~ The community was previously named Coppermine while it was still part of the Northwest Territories.
  2. Maps for Clyde River, Nunavut, Canada
  3. Maps for Deer Lake, Ontario, Canada
  4. Maps for Split Lake, Manitoba, Canada
  5. Maps for Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan, Canada
  6. Maps for Fond du Lac, Saskatchewan, Canada
  7. Maps for Pakwaw Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada ~ The community is also named Shoal Lake, Saskatchewan just to keep the government and other outsiders confused.
  8. Maps for Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada

Photographs of Clyde River, Nunavut
A few photographs taken while exploring the countryside near the community of Clyde River on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. 1997-1998. (1 page)
Photographs of Split Lake, Manitoba
Photographs of the community of Split Lake, Manitoba, Canada taken during the 1999-2000 school year. (4 pages)
The Roads of Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan
Photographs of the road conditions in the Sandy Bay area of northern Saskatchewan, Canada. December 2002. (4 pages)
Fond du Lac has gone camping
Story and photographs of the community camping in Fond du Lac, Saskatchewan, Spring 2005. (3 pages)
Shoal Lake community protest walk
Story and photographs of students participating in a community protest walk in Shoal Lake, Saskatchewan. November 2005. (5 pages)
Photographs of Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan
Photographs of the community of Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada taken during the fall of 2008. (pages 1-7)
Photographs of Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan
Photographs of the community of Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada taken during the winter and spring of 2008-2009. (pages 8-12)
Turnor Lake Teenagers Fishing
Photographs of teenagers fishing at the bridge crossing the narrows in the community of Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. May 2009. (3 pages)
Turnor Lake School Sod Turning Ceremony, 2009
Photographs of the community sod turning ceremony to begin construction of a new school in Turnor Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. June 2009. (1 page)