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Daniel Campbell

The polar bear is getting more attention than ever, but that may be harming the animal more than helping.
July 2016
Pipsi, char traditionally dried (not smoked) in the sun, is rich in protein. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
A white explorer dives into the all-meat diet, 100 years before the 'Paleo' diet was a thing
June 2016
Plans from Clarence Birdseye's 1930 patent for quick-frozen fish. (Public Domain)
How the Inuit inspired the freezer, and a new era of food preservation
June 2016
A Moravian missionary meets with Inuit in the mid-1700s outside of Nain, Labrador. Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1986-35-1
How brushing up on your deutsch lessons might help you get by in Northern Labrador
May 2016
A cabin in Finnish Lapland. Photo by Visit Finland
Call it a rivalry. Northern nations serve up carbon copies of tourism attractions: aurora, unspoiled nature, and unique cultures—all at a high cost. So how does one stand out from the crowd?
May 2016
An "Penguin" snowmobile/tank falls through the ice. NWT Archives/Henry Busse/N-1979-052-2141
Canada's post-WWII military drives across its Arctic. It probably won't try that again.
May 2016
The Yuribey River bridge, at 3.9 kilometres, is the longest above the Arctic Circle. Photo courtesy Gazprom
Russia's built some incredible transportation infrastructure in the Arctic, but we should be wary of following their example.
May 2016
On the waters outside of Plummer's Lodge on Great Slave Lake. Hannah Eden/Up Here
A downturn in Northern sport fishing could spell disaster for lodge owners. But some are adapting.
April 2016
Photo by Nathalie Heiberg-Harrison
Without luck, determination and Darrel Nasogaluak, the Mackenzie Delta Inuvialuit may have lost their qajaq forever.
April 2016
The captain of the Radium King with passengers in Yellowknife in 1954. Credit: NWT Archives, Henry Busse fonds, N-1979-052: 0611
She hauled radioactive ore, nearly blew up on Great Slave Lake, and changed shipping in the North forever.
May 2015