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March/April 2021

Chicken standing in pen.

These hearty chickens could be the key to providing farm-fresh food in the Beaufort Delta. But first they’ll need to survive a northern winter. 

Phhoto by Up here/jacob boon

Mataya Gillis and Cassidy Lennie-Ipana talking on the shore.

Teenagers Mataya Gillis and Cassidy Lennie-Ipana are speaking out with their Inuvialuit magazine for and by youth.

PHOTO COURTESY INUVIALUIT LIVING HISTORY PROJECT/LISA HODGETTS

March/April 2021

Students learning at Yukon University

Northerners have more post-secondary schooling options than ever before, but can a university system in the territories deliver on its promises?

PHOTO COURTESY YUKON UNIVERSITY/GBP Creative

March/April 2021

James Raffin poses outside

James Raffan’s latest book, the story of a polar bear and her cubs on a journey around Hudson Bay, is a call to action to reverse an ecological crisis. The scientist and storyteller has been exploring the Arctic for over four decades and has seen firsthand the devastation of climate change. Here’s why he hasn’t given up hope.

Photo: JASON VAN BRUGGEN

March/April 2021

SmartICE team pulling a sensor across the ice

As sea ice around the Arctic continues to recede, one company is combining traditional knowledge with cutting-edge technology to track its changes.

Photo by Michael Schmidt/Courtesy of SmartICE