Friday, June 22, 2018

Arctic Research Our Way

Learning from one another Igor Kolesov, an Evenki reindeer herder from Siberia, demonstrates his lasso techniques and learns how to scrape a sealskin. Mirva Haataja,...

Auyuittuq National Park

Auyuittuq means “the land that never melts” in Inuktitut, which couldn’t be more true. The Park is 19,089 square kilometres and is accessible by outfitters...

The Alianait Warmth of the North

At the age of 10, a business associate of my father brought me back a bow whip from his trip to the Arctic so...

The Making of Three Feathers — the Movie

With hand warmers in our mittens and shouts of “Action” hanging in the sharp -30C air, the cameras begin rolling on what is likely...

Bear Witness Arctic Expedition

For anyone visiting the North Baffin community of Pond Inlet, given fair weather, the first thing that strikes you looking North is the formidable...

Bridging Cultures

Inuit have always had to adapt to survive but since the end of the Second World War have found themselves confronted with a very...

The Power of Memories

Millennial Travel Program There are experiences in each of our lives that leave an imprint forever. Feelings evoked by sounds, adventures, and sights. For the...

Get to know our Indigenous Canadians

Canada’s 150th is cause for celebration. In this issue, above&beyond Magazine celebrates Canada’s sesquicentennial with a glimpse of some of the projects Canada’s northerners...

Picturing Arctic Modernity

The North Baffin Drawing Collection The transformations that gripped the lives of Inuit during the mid 1960s live on in the memories of northerners today....

Nunavik Parks

A sustainable tourism network Since the early 1990s, large areas of unspoiled landscapes in northern Québec have been protected to acknowledge the importance of nature...