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March 2016

Devin Madsen, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

Good for: Legs (glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps) and lugging around 40-lb bags of wood pellets.

Devin Madsen, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

March 2016

Kam Hogan, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

A whole body workout. Also helps when you're building an igloo or giant snow castle.

Kam Hogan, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

March 2016

Diana Curtis, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

Good for: Glutes, quads, abs, arms, and scooping huge cold-water fish into your boat.

Diana Curtis, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

March 2016

Melissa Chung, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness and yoga instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

Sometimes it’s just too cold to go outside. Here’s how to stretch out that back and bum after a five-hour Netflix binge.

Melissa Chung, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness and yoga instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here

March 2016

The agony of defeat--shellshocked Molson's players drink bubbly from a gallon pail. Photo courtesy Ron Sulz

A look back at the wildest 20 minutes in Yellowknife hockey history

The agony of defeat--shellshocked Molson's players drink bubbly from a gallon pail. Photo courtesy Ron Sulz

March 2016

The road to Fort Liard. Photo by Samia Madwar

Kids hunt, fish, play soccer and then leave to find opportunity. This NWT town is trying to build permanence as jobs and residents come and go with the wind.

The road to Fort Liard. Photo by Samia Madwar