Friday, October 19, 2018

Cold Rush

Let’s Move On

Born to Ice

Cutting Ice

Inuit Worldviews

Reawakening Our Ancestors’ Lines

Revitalizing Inuit Traditional Tattooing Gathered and compiled by Angela Hovak Johnston Photography by Cora DeVos and Meta Antolin Inhabit Media, November 2017 For thousands of years, Inuit women...

Studying Arctic Fields

In recent years the circumpolar region has emerged as the key to understanding global climate change. The plight of the polar bear, resource extraction...

Marine Fishes of Arctic Canada

With the dramatic pace of change in the climate and ecosystems of the Arctic, comes the critical need for science that documents the state...

Minik – The New York Eskimo

Minik: The New York Eskimo is an updated, rewritten version of a book author Kenn Harper first published in 1986. It is a true...

Polar Bears on the Edge

If ever there was an animal that solicited and generated strong emotions, thoughts and opinions, it’s the iconic polar bear. Arguably, the polar bear...

Arctica: The Vanishing North

The untamed and largely pristine nature of the Arctic is the topic of this comprehensive visual record of the North Pole. Written by Sebastian Copeland,...

Keeping Promises

Marking the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation of 1763, issued by King George III of Great Britain, Keeping Promises shows how such treaties...

Night Moves

Van Camp’s fourth volume of short stories, Night Moves, is a mix of 11 stories that cover the themes of medicine and the supernatural,...

Ukkusiksalik: The People’s Story

Ukkusiksalik (Wager Bay) in Nunavut is a national park, established to preserve a beautiful and historic piece of wilderness. In earlier times, it was...

Le Nord m’inspire – Preserving Nunavik’s natural and cultural heritage

“Le Nord m’inspire” is an illustrated collection of inspiring poetry and images from Quebecers and Nunavimmiut demonstrating the importance of preserving and respecting Nunavik’s...