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Cold Snaps: Sneaking into the Yukon to steal vaccines. Plus, crypto-mining in Siberia, necrotic walrus penises, and what Arctic ground squirrels can teach astronauts headed to Mars. All in this week’s Up Here newsletter.
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Read previous issues:
Lighting a qulliq for Nunavut
The Great Darkness
Body-shaming polar bears
Everything is fine
Things are getting spooky up North
Distributing a COVID vaccine via dog sled
What does outer space and the North have in common?
Arctic ignorance goes viral on TikTok
Salmon and speeches and sled dogs, oh my!
What's with all the new wildlife residents?
Why don't these people believe narwhals exist?
Salmon are shrinking and bears are getting fatter
The most hated man in the Arctic
A “soft and easy” visit to the North Pole
Princess Leia’s Aurora Experience
This is really really really really really bad
Please don’t feed the foxes
Expanding our social bubble
Emerging wisely for the long weekend
The North is COVID Free
10,000 metres over the Arctic
From the North to the East, with love
Polar bear home invasions
A golden eagle murder mystery
The Arctic is not your COVID life raft
Travels far and wide
December: The makings of a Northerner of the Year
October: See and hear the North
September: Sampling the local fare
August: Take a tour through northern cabin country
July: Art and celebration
June: Entering the worlds of Indigenous languages
May: What elders can teach us about caribou
April: In the Yukon, paddlers carry boats in their bags