The Arctic is chock-full of resilient animals. But when it comes to the toughest, who’s at the top?
The Yukon’s Wilderness City lives up to its name by offering visitors both rich northern culture and a buffet of outdoor activities, all within city limits.
PHOTO COURTESY YUKON TOURISM
My journey to a new home meanders like a river.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
Transporting a juvenile humpback whale sculpture made out of salvaged ocean plastics to the Yukon is a delicate operation, even without a global pandemic going on.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY KANINA HOLMES
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]
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
As the world’s largest uninhabited island, Devon Island’s unique landscape offers insight into life on other planets.
PHOTO COURTESY OF HOUGHTON-MARS STATION