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September/October 2020

It’s known as Tinde’e, Tucho and Tu Nedhé. Settlers named it Great Slave Lake. It’s the deepest lake in North America and the second-largest (after Great Bear Lake) within Canada’s borders. For the people living here these waters are indescribable.

Photo By Pat Kane

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September/October 2020

Abraham Okpik helped give an identity to a generation of Inuit.

PHOTO COURTESY CHARLES GIMPEL/ LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA / R10187-924-2-E ABE OKPIK AT HOME, FROBISHER BAY, NWT, [NOW IQALUIT, NUNAVUT]

September/October 2020

Twenty minutes north of Whitehorse, the close-knit staff of this family-run enterprise is quite literally finding new ways to grow during a period of profound contraction.

PHOTO BY KANINA HOLMES