The COVID-19 pandemic landed hard on the mineral exploration community in March. It left carefully laid plans for 2020 in tatters and a sense of the future entirely uncertain. Will junior miners make it to the other side intact? They just might.
PHOTO BY CATHIE ARCHBOULD
Long after we’re gone our art will remain.
From storytelling and music to film and painting, these will be the remnants of our collective experience that will allow future generations to learn about us and our time. And these are unprecedented times.
PHOTO BY TONY DEVLIN
Lockdowns. Closures. Lost sales. Lost production. The North may have skirted the worst health impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. The economy is another story.
PHOTO COURTESY OF ANGICO EAGLE MINES LTD
How a storyteller and an astronomer named five of the ringed planet’s satellites after Inuit legends.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
Fifty years ago, we watched the birth of the Dene Nation. We were a scrappy bunch of rebels trying to protect what was ours. This is the story of how a great northern people took control of its destiny.
PHOTO BY TESSA MACINTOSH