Over the years, donors have taken a leading role in making a personal impact at the highest level possible to achieve new standards of care for their fellow residents of the Northwest Territories. In fact, some of the greatest successes at our hospital have arisen from the leadership of our donors. Thank you!

Because we recognize the value of gifts, not only to the hospital, but to our entire community, we have created a Donor Recognition wall at the Stanton Territorial Hosptial to publicly acknowledge the generosity of those donors who have contributed $5,000 or more through cash, in-kind, pledges, memorials, event sponsorship and other donations. Donors will be classified according to the cumulative amount donated within a certain time period:

General Donor: $4,999 or less – Publicly acknowledged but not on wall
Bronze: $5,000 – $19,999 – 3 Years on Wall
Silver: $20,000 – $49,999 – 5 Years on Wall
Gold: $50,000 – $99,999 – 10 Years on Wall
Diamond: $100,000 and up – 20 Years on Wall

Our Diamond Sponsors


Alex and Sheila Arychuk

Amy Hendricks and Paul Davie

Brad Rogers

Corothers Home Hardware Building Centre

Elite Commercial Flooring Ltd.

Greg & Liz Merrithew

Kentucky Fried Chicken

N.J. Macpherson School

Nahanni Construction

Nunasi Corporation

Royal Purple of Canada #143

Shopper’s Drug Mart



ACI Central Inc and Matthias Mailman

Adam and Laurie Bembridge

Adam Dental Clinic

Andre Corriveau

Aurora Geosciences

Bouwa Whee Catering

Break-Away Drilling and Blasting Ltd.

Charlie Delorme

Cheryl Wourms

Clark Builders

The Cudmore, Lynagh and Pargeter Family

Det’on Cho Corporation

Explorer Hotel

Golder Associates Ltd.

Finning Canada

In Memory of Barb Bird

In Memory of Chris Bergman

In Memory of Gordon Wray

Inuvik Muskrat Jamboree

Investors Group

Kavanaugh Bros Waste Removal

Louis Sebert

McDonalds (Marcom Resources)

NWT Construction

Ollerhead & Associates Ltd.

Ron’s Auto

Roy’s Audiotronic

RTL Robinson’s Trucking Ltd.

Scarlet Security Services

The Sikh Community of Yellowknife

Siva and Anna Sutendra

Summit Air

TD Canada Trust

Tetra Tech EBA

Tli Cho Logistics

The Tsetta Family

Union of Northern Workers

United Way NWT


Yellowknife Chrysler Ltd.

Yellowknife Fire Department

The previous donor wall, now called the Legacy Wall, has been moved to the first floor hallway leading to the laboratory, diagnostic imaging, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.