On four decades of Northern fishing and (almost) completing my personal grand slam quest.
Photo by Ronne Hemming
Owning an airplane may seem like an expensive toy. But in the North, having your own plane is a way to beat the boredom, help out your neighbours, and connect with family—from the past and in the present.
Photo courtesy John Faulkner
Soft, delicate, and carefully crafted, tufting is a love letter to the places Northern artists call home.
Photo by Bill Braden
On the tedious training, infectious joy, and unexpected rewards of having a four-legged backcountry adventure companion.
Photo by Anna Tupakka
Across the North, passionate mountain bikers, cyclists and bikepackers are blazing and building new trails—and inspiring others to explore and enjoy wild places on two wheels.
Photo by Karl Medig
How we won the Yellowknife canoe lottery...in Hay River.
Illustration by Beth Covvey
A new mask and puppetry show out of Whitehorse gives the Yukon’s aviation history a decidedly whimsical twist.
Photo Courtesy of Open Pit Theatre
With a little courage, a lot of grit, and a taste for simple pleasures, there’s nothing quite like houseboat living.
Photo by Fran Hurcomb
From pleasing the Budweiser crowd to craft brew lovers who crave the newest and punchiest beers, Northern brewers face the tall task of making everyone happy.
Photo courtesy Nunavut Brewing
Across the globe, veganism is seen as an ethical choice aligned with saving the environment. But in the North, bringing up fresh vegetables and niche items creates a large carbon footprint, while hunting and fishing provides locally harvested game for food insecure communities. Is veganism the right choice for the planet in the North? It depends.
Photo courtesy Farmers Market/Hannah Eden