Sunday, December 15, 2019

Tuinnaq Kanayuk Bruce, 1925-2012

The Kivalliq has lost a treasure. But her legacy will be cherished forever.

Pablo Saravanja: Arts Mentor of the NWT

One of the most recognizable and beloved Yellowknifers.

Place of Frozen Waterfalls: Skiing Nunavut’s Katannilik Territorial Park

By Karen McColl Moments after awkwardly dragging my plastic orange “expedition” sled through the maze of jumbled pack ice and onto shore at the Itijjagiaq...

The challenge of abundance

The snow goose population is showing few meaningful signs of slowing down.

Nunavut Day: The Nation Tunes In

Text and Photos by Lee Narraway In 1999, the largest land claim agreement negotiation in Canadian history was finally signed, sealed and delivered. Nunavut officially...

Return of the Far Fur Country

by Josh Pearlman In 1919, the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) commissioned two intrepid filmmakers to capture silent film footage of Canada’s North and life around...

A season of cloudberries with Reneltta Arluk

Turning her life into art-making and her art-making back into life.

My conversation with Ezra

Levant championed the freedom to hunt, crying, “Fight them with facts!”

Operation Northern Reach trains in the NWT

Royal Canadian Air Force took to the skies over the Western Arctic.

Species at Risk

Grizzlies move into Polar bear territory July/August 2012 by Rebecca Deatsman On June 15, 1996, three biologists flew over the newly established Wapusk National Park in...