Friday, September 20, 2019

Tag: Issue 1 – 2016

Canadian artists showcase at Circum-Arctic Art Show

A group of indigenous artists from across the Arctic travelled to Reykjavik, Iceland, in October to participate in the first annual Circum-Arctic Art Show....

Our political footprints are everywhere

Congratulations to our prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for taking action on his promise to enter into a renewed nation-to-nation relationship with indigenous peoples in...

Team Nunavik

A high-level, biennial, international sport competition and cultural event, the Arctic Winter Games bring together delegations from Nunavik, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, Yukon, northern Alberta,...

Connecting with Arviat’s Ancestors

In the late 1600s and early 1700s, the ancestors of today’s Inuit inhabitants began moving southward from the High Arctic, both along the west...

Active Inuit Wisdom

So for thousands of years, the iglu has been an essential home in the Arctic. In fact, the importance of this skill has been...

Chasing the Aurora Borealis

Northern lights still hold a fascination for a lot of us ordinary mortals. Since the dawn of time, these flamboyant beams painting the Arctic...

Sailing Classroom

This past summer, Students on Ice (SOI) embarked on its 15th annual Arctic Expedition aboard their floating classroom, the Ocean Endeavour, sailing through ice-covered...