Wednesday, February 26, 2020

— FEATURES —

Constable Taggart and the Longest Patrol

1929 High Arctic surveillance by dog team and qamutiq The day after Cst. Reginald Taggart was dropped...

Moosemeat & Marmalade

Journeys to the North Country It’s minus 45 with the windchill as two chefs ride in the back of...

Qaggiavuut

Using new technology to teach traditional songs Arctic Song is a music production formed in 2019...

Qajartalik

The most northern rock art site on the continent To the watchful eye, the exposed rocks of Nunavik tell...

Ottawa

Ottawa, Canada’s Capital, is a city like no other. Situated along the Ottawa River on the border between Ontario and Québec, Ottawa...

The stories we want all Canadians to know

There is a billboard on Sparks Street in Ottawa, Ontario, not far from Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami’s office. It is promoting an exhibit...

Living Above & Beyond

Land camp program prepares Northern youth for work

It’s no secret that the Indigenous classroom has always been on the land. So, when Doug Dokis set out to move the...

Art, Gods, and ATVs

Baker Lake’s Jessie Oonark To get there this citified boy would have to learn how to control an All-Terrain...

Ice and sky

Like-no-other landscape The most striking and powerful thing about the North is the immensity of the landscape which seems...

Ice Fishing Trip

Every year for 16 years, with the advice and experience of seven to eight local guides, I took my junior high class...

Profile

Alysa McCall’s Polar bear and Arctic conservation efforts earn award

With a passion for polar bears and Arctic conservation, Yellowknife local Alysa McCall is on a mission to protect these majestic animals...

Test your knowledge!

Arctic Trivia Quiz

Fabulous freshwater lakes and myriad majestic mountains dot the Canadian Arctic region. Test your knowledge of the resplendent northern scenery and natural vistas that are home to a rich tapestry of culture and history with these trivia questions.

Bookshelf

Taaqtumi An Anthology of Arctic Horror Stories

Taaqtumi – An Anthology of Arctic Horror Stories

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Taaqtumi is an Inuktitut word that means “in the dark”—and these spine-tingling horror stories by Northern writers show just how dangerous darkness...

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