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December 2018

Our December issue delves into a changing North—from Tuktoyaktuk’s shoreline slowly falling into the ocean to warming Northern air and its effect on weather patterns across the country. And we take a look at the Greenland shark, a species that can live for more than 200 years. If sharks could talk, what would they tell us about the changes they’ve seen.

We also showcase our 2018 Northerners of the Year, the Yellowknife Women’s Society. Read about this group of tireless advocates that has spent 30 years listening to women and getting things done.

Previous Issues

296: September 2013

263: April/May 2010

241: Sept./Oct. 1995

July/August 2013

239: July/August 2006

255: July/August 2008

254: June 2008

January/February 2008

What's the secret behind one of the North's most vibrant communities, Old Crow? Who makes up the next generation of female aboriginal leaders in the territories? And how were the territories forever changed by first contact between whites and aboriginals? All in our First Peoples issue.





Why Old Crow works

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