2018 Awards Ceremony

The 7th Annual Arctic Inspiration Prize Awards Ceremony was a tremendous success in celebrating northern excellence and achievement. Held on February 12 in Whitehorse at the Yukon Arts Centre in conjunction with the Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference, five teams from across Canada's North were awarded a share of over $2.5 million to implement impactful and innovative projects that will improve the lives of people in their communities.

The AIP was pleased to welcome Juanita Taylor of CBC's Northbeat to host the ceremony alongside Luke Campbell of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.

The ceremony featured a phenomenal, first ever pan-northern performance of Juno award winners Elisapie and Leela Gilday, along with Yukon's Diyet and special guest Wesley Hardisty.

2018 Awards Ceremony Partners

Arctic Indigenous Investment Conference 2018 Yukon First Nation Chamber of Commerce Yukon Arts Centre Air North First Air Northwestel CBC North

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2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony 2018 AIP Award Ceremony

Photos: Alistair Maitland/Arctic Inspiration Prize