Fur Harvesters Auction Inc. (FHA), located in North Bay, Ontario CANADA is the source of the finest Wild Fur for the international fur fashion industry. FHA has gained international recognition and respect for its stellar assortment of unique and luxurious products. Fur brokers, wholesalers and manufacturers have consistently been satisfied with the extraordinary selection of Wild Fur available only in North Bay.
The foundation of our company’s success is in providing exceptional personal attention to our customers’ individual requirements. We are ready to assist with everything from your travel and accommodation plans to exclusive company tours and personal one-on-one grading seminars prior to each scheduled auction. FHA’s premier selection of skins is graded to the highest professional standards, ensuring that you get exactly what you need in the quantities you require.
Wild fur from Canada’s Northwest Territories is considered among the very best in the world. The Northwest Territories is a land which produces the largest quantity of the finest Canadian Sable, Lynx, Timber Wolf and Wolverine. The immense pride of the fur harvesters is evident in their production of the Wild Fur that will be selected and sold exclusively at Fur Harvesters Auction Inc. under the label Genuine Mackenzie Valley Furs™. The distinctive label, depicting a traditional Dene snowshoe, guarantees the buyer a single source of high quality, authentic NWT-harvested fur.
The Nature’s Edge logo captures the essence of Nuanvut’s sustainable harvest - one that continues to make a positive economic contribution to the community and preserves traditional activities that are the essence of their culture. Fur Harvesters Auction Inc. is the exclusive auction house for Nunavut’s high quality Ringed Seal, Polar Bear, Arctic Wolf and Arctic Fox sold under the Nunavut Fine Furs brand.
To provide trappers and other fur shippers with a financially sound, professionally managed fur auction house that is a highly competitive alternative to other fur marketing operations.
To provide staff with a safe, clean work place with meaningful work, fair pay, and opportunities for training and development.
To provide the fur industry including fur manufacturers, fur buyers, fur brokers, skin dealers, and retailers, with an opportunity to purchase high quality fur skins and products.
To promote the fur industry, the use of fur products and the conservation and proper management of our renewable furbearer resource.
To liaise with government and other agencies and organizations to effectively and efficiently market fur.
Each face represents the traditional image of the Native and Non-native Fur Harvester. The Beaver is the hardest and most persistent worker in the world. The Beaver has also been traditionally the backbone of the fur industry. The maple leaf reflects the Canadian heritage of this industry. The two circles that surround the inner images represent the creator. He is within you and around you. They are also connected by small lines that represent our own connection with the Creator. The two circles with the connecting lines also represents a skin that is stretched out, an image well known in the fur industry.