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Iqaluit: A night at the Storehouse. Photo courtesy of Toronto Star Rene Johnston.
Booze isn't widely available in Nunavut, but you can crack a cold one in a few places
February 2018
Bingo in Pang: Pack your dauber and tune in to radio bingo. Photo courtesy of Sarah on the Road.
So, you’ve finished hiking the Akshayuk Pass and your adrenaline’s still pumping
February 2018
Quest's Best: You can help hoist the winner of the Nunavut Quest into the air in Pond Inlet in late-April. Photo by Clare Kines.
Pond Inlet has more going on than jaw-dropping natural landscapes
February 2018
An innovative program lets students stay in their community while earning a Bachelor’s degree
January 2018
Stay Warm: Tourists view the aurora from a heated pod. Photo courtesy of Aurora Village.
Guests at Aurora Village, the resort just outside Yellowknife, make the most of the cold
February 2018
Photo by Adobe Stock.
You don’t have much to choose from in the Sahtu’s largest community. but A lack of options in Norman Wells isn’t a lack of quality
February 2018
FLIGHT-SEE: See the East Arm from the sky. Photo by Pat Kane
Three ways to get out to the East Arm
February 2018
THE FISH PIC: Everyone comes home from the NWT with one. Photo by Paul Vecsei/NWTAT.
Don’t let being away from home keep you from a home-cooked meal in Yellowknife
February 2018
Dip In: Kayakers converge in Fort Smith every August long weekend for Paddlefest. Photo by Darren Roberts/ NWTAT.
Take a drive through one of the only regions in the NWT where roadtrips are possible year-round
February 2018
Photo by Hannah Eden/ Up Here.
Where to dine if you want to sample Nunavut cuisine
February 2018