When you've been telling northern stories for 35 years, eventually some trends start to emerge.
The end of a mining era, the birth of a territory, and northern stars shine bright.
Letters from the September/October issue of Up Here.
Land claims were negotiated, Giant Mine exploded, and the world looked north.
A photo exhibit illustrates the militarization of the North and its unknown target.
In the classroom and out on the land, hobbyist prospectors learn how to stake their claim.
Researchers study the public reaction when Yellowknife’s favourite fried chicken flew the coop.
Check out these photos from the celebration in Iqaluit.
Indigenous scholar Norma Kassi on a new era of research in the North.
When you come back to the North after decades abroad, one thing you don't miss? Scorpions in...