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July 2015

The Hudson's Bay Company has faded from the Northern landscape. Mining communities commemorate their early history through theatre. As we look back at how the North has changed, we visit photo albums from the 1970s. And looking ahead, we map what it'll take to bring Nunavut online--and offer a cheeky (but educated) glimpse at the North in the year 2100. 

In This Issue

COURTESY CANADA'S ECOFISCAL COMMISSION

Sheila's Wisdom

She fights for nature and for human rights. Now she's showing others how to keep fighting

By Samia Madwar
Jul 02
2015
NARWAL owner Cathy Allooloo steers a Voyageur canoe. NARWAL ADVENTURE TRAINING & TOURS/PICTURE THIS PRODUCTIONS

Paddle-in Theatre

Where the skits are nostalgic and the bannock is fresh and buttered

By Katie Weaver
Jul 02
2015
Ulukhaktok boasts the world's northernmost golf course. Photo courtesy Peggy Jay-IRC

The Northern golf tour

Desert courses, tundra greens and raven hazards—if you thought you couldn't putt North of 60, you were wrong. The sport's just a little more rugged up here.

By Daniel Campbell, Katie Weaver
Jul 02
2015

Video: Midnight golfing

What do you do when you roll into Fort Simpson, NWT, at midnight? Check out their golf course, obviously.

By Up Here
Jul 02
2015

Klondike or Bust! By Bus!

Each summer, thousands of tourists witness the Yukon through the windows of air-conditioned tour buses. What’s the territory like from their side of the tinted glass? We jumped on board for a surprisingly wild ride.

By Eva Holland
Jul 03
2013
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