Until this past spring it had been many generations since a qaggiq (or giant iglu) was built in Iqaluit. These master builders put one together in four days.
Photo courtesy Qaggiq Festival/Shawn Innuksuk
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
Scientists flock to the territories each year to study climate change. But the way they conduct that research also holds its own important lesson about reconnecting to the land.
PHOTO COURTESY YUKONU/NINA VOGT
Several projects that are by-the-North and for-the-North are among three winning groups.
Photo courtesy of Arctic Inspiration Prize/APTN
My experience on a blockade and why the fight to protect our homelands connects all Indigenous peoples.
Photo by Mike Graeme
Papatsi Anrango Kotierk learned how to make parkas by trial and error as a young child. Today, she’s still taking on projects and learning as she goes.
Photo by Pat Kane
Out on the icy snowy plains of Taloyoak, it’s always a good day for hunting with friends and family.
Illo by Beth Covvey