Inuit musicians adapt tradition to the COVID-19 era.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
Feds announce $10 million for territory's only French-language school, while Inuktut education languishes.
Photo by Government of Canada
As Nunavik approaches its first Christmas without the Kuujjuaq Candy Drop, we look back on the northern tradition of air-delivered holiday gifts.
PHOTOS BY LE MESSAGER DU NORD
“Burial” Smith charged passengers two different rates—depending on if they were dead or alive.
Photo via Quesnel Caribou Observer
Abraham Okpik helped give an identity to a generation of Inuit.
PHOTO COURTESY CHARLES GIMPEL/ LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA / R10187-924-2-E ABE OKPIK AT HOME, FROBISHER BAY, NWT, [NOW IQALUIT, NUNAVUT]
Dene constellations show a new way of understanding our relationship with the world.
ILLUSTRATION COURTESY MARECA GUTHRIE
The Dene worldview is embedded in our songs, and it needs to be heard now more than ever.
PHOTO BY JEN SQUIRES, COURTESY LEELA GILDAY