Saturday, July 22, 2017

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At the Floe Edge – In Search of the Unicorn of the Sea

The sun is up, slowly circling the landscape, a gentle dip towards the mountains around 3am. It hasn’t set for six weeks and darkness...

Tossing Tea on the Tundra

Imagine sitting in the middle of the Arctic aurora deafening silence and all you have is your camera and some warm tea. Subzero temperatures...

Project North – Realizing goals and dreams for kids

Just as the snow starts to melt and icicles appear on almost everything, kids (young and old) throughout the North, bemoan the fact that...

A Giant amongst Quebec’s National Parks

On the eastern coast of the mighty Hudson Bay, through a narrow channel etched in spectacular cuestas, concealed beyond the Northern village of Umiujaq,...

Circumpolar Artists – Portraying life through art

There is something powerful about gathering a group of artists from across the circumpolar regions — not just for those who get to witness,...

Art in the Kivalliq

In the Spring of 1979, I found myself stepping out of a Transair DC-3 and making my way across a tarmac of hardened earth...

UKKUSIKSALIK The People’s Story

A Legacy Ukkusiksalik remains a special place in the hearts of the families in the Kivalliq region, on the west side of Hudson Bay, whose ancestors...

Pootoogook Qiatsuk – Virtuosic artist

The goose’s long neck is twisted at an almost impossible angle with its head upside down, looking at its breast. The impressive thing is...

Magical Passages – Sailing Greenland’s Challenging Waters

Travelling by boat is my favourite way to experience Greenland, a place where the highway is the water. Just getting there is an adventure...

Weekend Getaway – Venturing outside Nunavik’s hub on all fours

The largest Inuit community of Nunavik and also the only one in this northern region of Quebec to be connected to First Air’s network,...