Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Glaciers, Grads, and Geezers

Climate change you can see and touch SIX TEENAGERS ARE at the rail of a ship. Though it’s...

Recording Inuit Names

Genealogy of Nunavut Genealogy, also known as family history, is the study of families and tracing their history....

Tuktoyaktuk

The Holy Grail of Biking Destinations Having treated my BMW 700 GS motorcycle to some aggressive new tires and...

Traditional Inuit clothing

A means of survival One of the critical skills that enabled pre-contact Inuit to survive in a harsh environment...

Remembering Yellowknife

The people you meet It was the summer of 1993 and my father, a prominent Winnipeg psychiatrist, received a...

Sailing Expedition

From Chisasibi to Umiujaq Hudson Bay remains today an almost forgotten sea in the nautical world. There, are...

Mountain Biking on Axel Heiberg Island

Embracing the Unexpected: A Behind the Scenes Look at the Filming of North of Nightfall, an Epic Mountain Biking Expedition on Axel Heiberg Island After...

Padley Post – An HBC Trading Post

Today Padley Post is abandoned; a lonely outpost at the junction of the Maguse River and Kinga (Kingajualik) Lake surrounded by mile upon mile of tundra & boreal forest.

Paddling on the Floe Edge

It isn’t my usual inflight experience having my finger chewed by a fluffy Husky puppy with the sharpest milk teeth whilst listening to announcements...

Inuit Games & String Games

Traditional Arctic peoples’ existence was by no means a purely survival way of life. They had their own justice system, dances, music, spiritual beliefs...