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Why Choose Bouwa Whee

Bouwa Whee knows the north and what northerners want - even our name reflects it. Bouwa Whee means “I am hungry” in Weledeh. But we won’t leave you hungry! Whether it’s a one-time special event or the continual needs of a remote mining or exploration camp, we’re capable of serving up a delicious array of food, from traditional Aboriginal to international cuisine.

Who We Are

Bouwa Whee Catering is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Det’on Cho Corporation.  We have been serving the Yellowknife area as a premium event and contract catering company since 1988.  Det’on Cho Corporation is the economic development organization of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation, and is dedicated to creating prosperity for its members.

With 100% northern aboriginal ownership and close to 20 years of operation, Bouwa Whee is more than just a catering company. It has grown from catering out of the kitchen of the Vital Able Boarding Home and operating the Legislative Assembly Cafeteria and Smokehouse Café to providing full time catering, camp management, housekeeping and janitorial services for a major northern diamond mine.

What We Do

At Bouwa Whee Catering, our expertise is in providing catering services for large scale events and operations in remote northern locations.  Our chefs are internationally trained and specialize in both traditional and international cuisine.  

In addition to our culinary talents, we offer a full spectrum of camp site services, ranging from camp management to housekeeping to janitorial work, ensuring that employees’ experience at camp is a comfortable one.

Services Offered

Camp services – janitorial and housekeeping
Camp management
Food supply services

Our Team


     Vince Halushka - General Manager


How To Get In Touch

Bouwa Whee Catering
P.O. Box 6
Yellowknife, NT  X1A 2N1

Phone: 867-873-6439
Fax: 867-873-6583
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