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A look back at the North, pulled from our archives.
October 2019
PHOTO BY Ingrid Kern
The winner of our Subscriber Appreciation sweepstakes tells us about the stunning panorama of blues and whites at the edge of Baffin Island.
September 2019
Giant was one of the longest continuous gold mining operations in all of Canadian mining history before it closed in ’99. PHOTO VIA CP IMAGES/ADRIAN WYLD
The end of a mining era, the birth of a territory, and northern stars shine bright.
September 2019
Nancy Dumas (third from left) provided this pic with her letter. She never got bushed herself cooking out in those mining camps. “They had to fight to take me [back] into town”.
Letters from the September/October issue of Up Here.
September 2019
Snotty Nose Rez Kids entertain the crowd. PHOTOS BY UP HERE
All the sun, sand, and amazing sounds from our weekend at Folk On The Rocks.
July 2019
Riding the rails on the White Pass Railway between Skagway and Carcross.
Grit and ingenuity have kept the North connected for more than a century.
June 2019
PHOTO COURTESY OF POLAR EGGS
Kevin Wallington helped launch Hay River’s Polar Egg in 2012. He says Northerners can do more to produce their own food. Is commercial agriculture possible in the NWT?
May 2019
MASAYA KOYANAGI
A proud puppy races alongside his family, the great grey owl’s piercing gaze, a stoic wolf exuding calm—the moments captured by Up Here readers in our annual photo contest speak for themselves.
March 2019
Greenland shark
Wild weather, ancient sharks and work worth recognizing
November 2018
Photo by Paul Aningat
Our spooky October/November Arctic Moment
October 2018