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Our North

Photo by Ingrid Wilcox
Losing track of time and gaining superhuman powers under the midnight sun
June 2017
A museum exhibit on the Arctic for Canada's 150th birthday could change the way Canadians view the North, by showing how the North views itself
May 2017
Photo by Robert Postma
Dene youth walk their ancestral grounds on the Canol Trail
May 2017
Photo by Tawna Brown
Escape, invasion, industry and affordability—a road means many things in the North, but mostly it means change
April 2017
Pangnirtung, Nunavut, a runway runs through it. Photo by Michael H. Davies
From their stations at Northern community airports, observers have their eyes on the sky
April 2017
Photo courtesy Leo Karetak
The view from aboard a resupply ship
April 2017
Eider duck
Arts, crafts, birds and a quick history lesson on the Eastern Arctic.
March 2017
Photo by Nansen Weber
A hunch that led to the discovery of the Northwest Passage and the Canada-U.S. border dispute you likely haven't heard of—welcome to the land and water of the western Arctic.
March 2017
Grise Fiord, Nunavut. Photo by Ronald Campbell
Mutiny, the magnetic North, and the search for natural resources in the northern third of Canada's Arctic islands
March 2017
Illustration by Beth Covvey
How the North really is a small town
March 2017