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October 2016

Get a look at the latest fashions North of 60. Designers are combining their traditional craft with new looks to create something completely different. And with a focus on education, this issue takes a look at Dechinta Bush University's innovative approach to teaching and one residential school that left a legacy like no other.

In This Issue

Behind The Look: Part 2


By Hannah Eden, Katie Weaver
Oct 13

Behind The Look: Part 1

Six Red Beads and Dan Wade Jewellery

By Hannah Eden, Katie Weaver
Oct 12

Behind The Cover

The 2016 Moosehide Gathering in pictures and video

By Hannah Eden
Oct 11


It’s not easy, but there’s lots to love about bringing the kids along on the moose hunt

By Katharine Sandiford
Oct 06
Grandin College yearbook photos from 1967

The Chosen Ones

A bishop with a vision, a residential school without abuse and a class of teenagers who would lead the North

By Herb Mathisen
Sep 29
Atlin, B.C. Photo by Jerrye & Roy Klotz/Wikimedia Commons

The new boom

Atlin's brief reign as Yukon's music mecca

By Herb Mathisen
Sep 27
The Sun at Midnight:  Devery Jacobs, left, and Duane Howard, right, star in the feature film directed by Kirsten Carthew. Photo courtesy Pierre Cruz

See The North On The Big Screen

The film industry in the North continues to grow and capture audiences across the territories and the south

By Tim Edwards
Sep 27
Erin Freeland Ballantyne

The Catalyst

Erin Freeland Ballantyne and the Northern take on university

By Herb Mathisen
Sep 26
Famed Cape Dorset Artist Kenojuak Ashevak. Photo by Martin Lipman.

The North Gets Its Minute Of Fame

Nunavut’s most famous artist takes her place among Canada’s most well-known TV spots

By Daniel Campbell
Sep 23
Illustration by Beth Covvey

Counterfeit Northerners

Or why i feel guilty for having a toilet that flushes

By Katie Weaver
Dec 28