Million-dollar views. Wilderness at the doorstep. Big communal spaces to gather in. Here’s what Northerners want from their dream homes.
PHOTOS COURTESY ANDREW LATREILLE/KOBAYASHI + ZEDDA
In the North’s smallest and most remote communities, educators must be willing to learn as much as they teach.
Photo courtesy Heidi Warren
Until widespread COVID immunity builds up, the northern economies will simply have to find ways to cope. The big question is: How do we recover our confidence?
Illo by John Fraser
Increasingly, northern places are being renamed to use their traditional Indigenous designations. But this is not about rewriting a map. It’s reclaiming a history.
Maybe by missing one of its biggest attractions, you can learn to appreciate the North’s smaller wonders.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
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
In Siberia, climate change is causing the ice-cored hills to explode, leaving massive craters behind. Are the landmarks in Tuktoyaktuk next?
PHOTO BY ANGELA GZOWSKI