Since 1984, our Yellowknife-based magazine has chronicled northern travel, culture, nature, and arts from across the territories with award-winning writing and spectacular photography. Below you’ll find our past issues. Click on any to see all the online articles from that particular magazine. If you’d like to subscribe to the print edition click here.
New year, new adventures—that's what was on our minds as we put together the January/February travel issue.
Delving into a changing North, and a look at the Greenland shark, a species that can live for more than 200 years.
This is our arts issue and we catch up with musicians and performers from across the North
In our September issue we look at food grown, foraged and hunted across the North and we search for the meaning of a Northern cuisine.
It's our summer issue, so we head out to cabin country to see what these eclectic and cozy getaways look like in the North.
Racing against time to save disappearing Indigenous languages.
In our April/May issue we talk to the people who make sure Northerners get the care they need. Spoiler alert: it's not easy.
Our March issue includes the Northern Enquirer, with all the news that's strange but true.
We're ringing in the new year with our annual travel issue.
Iqaluit folk-rockers The Jerry Cans, are Up Here's 2017 Northerners of the Year.