Ambitious adventurers tell us about their wildest, most wonderful northern experiences—and share the one thing they’d probably do a little differently now that they think about it.
Photo Courtesy of Jenny Wong
Cabins in the woods. Waterfront stops. Former houses of disrepute. When it comes to dining out in the North, one thing is for sure—it’s never boring.
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Find out where everyone from the royals to prime ministers to Martha Stewart stay when they travel to Canada’s North.
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Where smaller mammals spend the winter.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
Where publishing options are limited, writers take matters into their own hands and get resourceful when it comes to sharing their stories.
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Kaitlyn White-Keyes spends her days making caramels and lollies to satisfy Yellowknife’s sweet tooth. But her new company isn’t just a confectionary: it’s a way to give back to her community, one candy at a time.
Photo by Bill Braden
Travis Pryor spends a large percentage of his time running a full-service auto shop in Whitehorse. The highlight in many of his weeks, however, comes when he puts down his toolkit and picks up a microphone.
Photo by Crystal Schick