In the Media

In the Media

Untamed Gourmet  -Season 1 Episode 4 
Untamed Gourmet explores the connection between food and the land by taking culinary arts out of the kitchen and back to the source as a meal evolves – from inspiration, to collection, to preparation – all in a landscape where the ingredients are found or grown.

http://aptn.ca/fullepisodes/untamedgourmet/

Alexandluke –adventures in social media and travel
Join bloggers Alex and Luke as they explore to discover new places and experiences, like spending the day with Strong Interpretation in the forest around Yellowknife.

http://alexandluke.com/youtube/a-guided-hike-with-strong-interpretations

Valerie Pringle Has Left the Building -Episode Yellowknife, November 2005

Valerie Pringle of CTV explores the environs of Yellowknife, including a snowshoe tour with Strong Interpretation on the shores of Pontoon Lake.

RVwest Magazine

A nod to Yellowknife history, the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre and the Yellowknife Old Town Soundwalk app.

http://www.rvwest.com/article/yellowknife/colourful_characters_vibrant_c...

Quark Expeditions

10 Amazing Things to Do in Yellowknife.  Strong Interpretation and the Yellowknife Old Town Soundwalk App are #7! 

http://blog.quarkexpeditions.com/10-amazing-ways-to-spend-48-hours-in-ye...

Destination Canada -Korean Blogger FAM Tour, January 2016

It was a great pleasure to host Ms. Joo Young Lee and Ms. Jihyn Jung, two bloggers from Korea on the Stories in the Snow Tour topped off with a winter picnic in a little tent hidden in the boreal forest.  They shared one of their blog posts that has some very nice photos of their time in Yellowknife: http://flowersasum.com/220610480973.

Yellowknife PechaKucha -January 14, 2016

On a snowy night in mid-January, the auditorium at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (PWNHC) filled with Yellowknife residents clad in mukluks and goose-down parkas. The 80-odd people were gathered for Why We Walk: A PechaKucha Night devoted to exploring some of the many motivations behind the human proclivity for putting one foot in front of the other.

A PechaKucha Night is a fun, laid-back gathering where people present and talk about a common topic using a digital slideshow presentation. 20 slides are displayed for 20 seconds each, resulting in a concise, fast-paced presentation with an emphasis on storytelling.

The Yellowknife PechaKucha Night was inspired by Walk to Tuk, a winter walking challenge hosted by the NWT Recreation and Parks Association (NWTRPA). During the months of January and February, registered teams of NWT residents work together to conceptually walk the distance of the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River), 1,658 km from Fort Providence at the outlet of Great Slave Lake to Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Ocean...

http://www.nwtrpa.org/walking-challenge/why-we-walk.htm

Rosie's presentation of the Yellowknife Old Town Soundwalk App, a walking love letter to home.

https://vimeo.com/152321048

Top Choice by Lonely Planet!  What an honor for this little tour company.

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/canada/northwest-territories/yellowknife/act...

Korean Bloggers FAM Trip -September 2016

A fun day with these ladies showing them the sights in the Old Town and sharing some great eats at the Woodyard.  Check out Jiyeon's photos of her burger. 

Jiyeon Min (Blogger)  http://nemos.tistory.com or facebook.com/aurora0117

Sangeun Sim (Blogger) www.lucki.kr or facebook.com/luna.sangeun

Luxury Travel Guide Award -February 2017

It is awards season even for tour operators!  Strong Interpretation was chosen Unique Tour Operator of the Year for Yellowknife by the illustrious judges at Luxury Travel Guide (www.ltgawards.com).  I blushing and honored.