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2019 Media Kit
2019 Arctic Adventure Sweepstake
The Timber Queen
How one woman built the perfect place to live, and love followed.
In His Prime
Old Crow's Allan Benjamin isn't slowing down any time soon
Meeting The City Where It Is
The founders of the Yellowknife Women’s Society listened to what women needed and then they got to work. Nearly 30 years later, its network of staff and volunteers continues to do just that.
So much to say
The Trade-Offs front-man Josh Qaumariaq on starting a tough conversation
'You've got to love the music'
Leela Gilday proves coming home can take you to new places
Quantum Tangle’s new sound
On gaining a Juno Award and a new member
The Vicarious Captain
Meet the retiree who, for the last decade, has guided vessels through the icy narrows of the Northwest Passage—from his Mississauga basement.
Your July Guide
Take a trip through the North with a different festival every weekend
Just For Fungi
Wisdom and warnings on mushroom picking in the North
Finding The Words
Indigenous languages are in decline. Every single one. But across the North, teachers and learners are dead set on keeping them alive because when a language is lost, we lose more than just a way of speaking.