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Jessica Davey-Quantick

Rankin Inlet's downtown inuksuk.
Nunavut's sparkling snow globe.
February 2020
COURTESY DARREN ROBERTS/NWT TOURISM
The rapid river capital of the Northwest Territories.
February 2020
CHARLA JONES/PARKS CANADA
Fat bikes aren’t just a tourist favourite in the North: they’re how many a Northerner makes it out of the house in the coldest months.
January 2020
COURTESY SHAWN BUCKLEY
The weather outside is frightful, but the fishing is still delightful—if you know how to do it properly.
January 2020
 Qaqqaq pictured in Ottawa at her swearing-in ceremeony last October with NDP leader Jagmeet Singh.
Nunavut’s newest Member of Parliament wants to talk about more than her age and what she’s wearing.
January 2020
hannah eden/up here
It’s good to be king. But Yellowknife’s snowking isn’t an absolute monarch. Over the past 25 years he’s built an empire, one snow block at a time.
January 2020
Courtesy NWT Tourism/Dave Brosha
Whatever happened to the NWT legislature’s original polar bear hide?
December 2019
CARMELLA KLENGENBERG WEARS HER GRANDMOTHER’S DRUM-DANCING PARKA, MADE FROM STROUD, WITH WOLVERINE TRIM AND A WOLF SUNBURST PATTERN LINING THE HOOD. THE RED DYE ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE FRINGES WAS BELIEVED TO BRING GOOD LUCK AND IS A DETAIL STILL SEEN ON PARKAS TODAY. PHOTO BY RITA LEISTNER
People around the world are starting to clue in to what Northerners have always known: if you want to stay warm, there’s nothing better than a northern parka.
December 2019
UP HERE/JESSICA DAVEY-QUANTICK
When the weather outside is frightful, the radio station becomes a community hub.
December 2019
Cambridge Bay's muskox. UP HERE/JEREMY WARREN
The North is beautiful, but it’s not just natural splendour. Dotted around the territories are gorgeous pieces of artistic expression that locals pass every day.
November 2019