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Jan/Feb 2018

We're ringing in the new year with our annual travel issue.

Learn everything you need to know before taking a trip to the North—from those who live here. From an insider's guide to pan-territorial travel, to an upclose look at the North's newest roadtrip—Dawson City, Yukon to Tuktoyaktuk, NWT—this is the authentic Northern travel guide.

Also in this issue, we land on a remote island in the Arctic Archipelago to learn how the story of the Franklin Expedition is being unravelled by Inuit historians and underwater archaeologists. And we get a first-hand account of paddling from Yellowknife to Baker Lake, Nunavut, and find out that misadventure isn't the only way to get a good story out of a trip.

Happy New Year, and happy reading!

In This Issue

Illustration by Beth Covvey

Walking The Line

How the value of a beer in the fridge changed overnight in Iqaluit

By Herb Mathisen
Jan 15
2018
Liza Mantla. Photo by Pat Kane

Flash Photography

A portrait of Liza Mantla, Gamètì’s centenarian

By Pat Kane
Jan 10
2018
Illustration by Beth Covvey

All-American Arctic?

How a U.S. politician sought to buy Greenland and Iceland to get at Canada

By Herb Mathisen
Jan 08
2018

The Unsung Hero

Ubiquitous across the North, these blue containers can be real life-savers

By Herb Mathisen
Jan 03
2018
Photo by Pierre Dunnigan/Makivik

Arctic Moment: Jump Start

The race is on in Majuriarvik, Nunavik

By Pierre Dunnigan
Jan 02
2018
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