Wednesday, July 17, 2019

— FEATURES —

In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors

Filming the heartbeat of the Canol Trail "Our history starts on the land," says Norman Yakeleya, our soaked but...

Underwater Exploration

Polar regions teem with life Devon Bayly-Jones believes those who enjoy seeing marine creatures in their natural environments will...

Underwater monuments: Ice diving around Baffin Island

“You are crazy!” “Is it really worth it?” “What do you see under the ice?” These are...

Celebrating Nunavut's 20th

Our Life in Stone

In 1999 the Government of Nunavut sponsored a ‘large carving project’ in downtown Iqaluit. Artists from all over Canada participated in Nunavut’s...

Nunavut’s Qikiqtani Communities

Traditionally Inuit lived in small migratory family groups but from the 1950s on, Ottawa began to build permanent communities in what is...

Kugaaruk

The Hamlet of Kugaaruk is located on Simpson Peninsula south of the Gulf of Boothia on the east coast of Pelly Bay...

Effective Climate Action Begins with a Plan

Our lives are already impacted by the uncertainties of a rapidly accelerating global climate crisis. New dangers threaten daily activities in Inuit...

Living Above & Beyond

New coin for 20th

The Royal Canadian Mint has created a coin made entirely of gold mined in Nunavut for the territory’s 20th anniversary this year.

Permafrost mapping

Navigating a changing landscape “Elders in the community are concerned about what they see happening in the environment,” ...

Recreation North Training Program

As an Arctic Inspiration Prize laureate, Recreation North believes that recreation has the power to help people grow and be healthy and...

Toonik Tyme

Celebrating Inuit traditions and a return to Spring Toonik Tyme in Nunavut takes place in April, an annual festival...

From Water to Web

Connecting freshwater data across Canada’s largest watershed The Mackenzie River — also known as the Deh Cho, meaning “Big...

Bookshelf

Canada C3 Connecting Canadians: Coast to Coast to Coast

This Coffee Table Book is a commemorative look at the historic 150-day, 25,000 km Northwest Passage journey that connected Canada and Canadians...

The Qaggiq Model: Toward a Theory of Inuktut Knowledge Renewal

A qaggiq, or large com­munal iglu, is a place of community renewal and celebration. The Qaggiq process has always been used to...
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