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Milky Way Spiral Galaxy (detail) Beadwork on velvet, 23x25.5 in, by Margaret Nazon. Courtesy PWNHC
Margaret Nazon and her out-of-this-world beading
September 2018
Arctic char prepared by Yellowknife chef Robin Wasicuna. Courtesy Edible Canada
With voracious foodies and some of Canada’s top chefs taking an interest in the North, local chefs are whetting their appetites with menus that tell our stories through food.
September 2018
Taylor Beck. Photo by Herb Mathisen
The perks of belonging to the NWT’s first family of competitive dog mushing
August 2018
The reasons why only a few Nunavummiut own their property
August 2018
Northern Pike. Photo and illustrations by Paul Vecsei
Everything you need to know about fishing North of 60
July 2018
Photo by Patrick Kane
Madeleine Allakariallak's ability to go with the flow puts Nunavut's first language first
June 2018
Eider-wild: Students pluck and prepare eider duck, a staple of Sanikiluaq. Photos courtesy Paatsaali School
Paatsaali School helps prepare students for life. And the proof is in the parkas
June 2018
Joe Hess, owner of Nunavut Country Food. Photo by Herb Mathisen
Joe Hess and Iqaluit’s one-stop country food shop
April 2018
Nunavut Lifeline: Medics rush a patient in Arviat onto a King Air 200 for a medevac to Manitoba before a winter storm hits. Photo by Paul Aningat.
Illustration by Monika Melnychuk
Ever notice how a word starts losing its meaning when you say it too often? Now, try hitting it with an “evil poison bullet"
December 2014