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Or, grocery stores and the death of story
June 2016
Labrador tea, steeped, is high in vitamin C and a good relaxant.
17 nutritional and medicinal plants that crop up in the North's summertime
June 2016
Shred the sweet Swedish powder. Henrik Trygg/imagebank.sweden.se
Though the polar nations have much in common, each have their unique outdoors attractions. Here are some of our favourites.
May 2016
Alaska Highway, 1942. The first vehicle to traverse the Alaska Highway was a U.S. Army jeep. Library Oof Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSH/OWI Collection, LC-USW 33-000941-ZC
Caught between global powers, Canada's North in wartime was a place of incredible feats, ravaging disease and irreversible change.
May 2016
Photo illustration by Beth Covvey
As the disparity in access to fresh water grows across the globe, it won’t be long before the Canadian North is confronted with an awkward proposition.
April 2016
The water levels were likely higher when dinosaurs swam in this sea, as is evidenced by the rock hanging precariously above our travellers. Photos by Eric Binion and Bob Saunders
A 1,700-kilometre trek across ice, sea and tundra in the heart of Nunavut
April 2016
Photo by Geoff Foster
Wind and wildlife on the NWT's Emile River
April 2016
The aurora shimmer over Pangnirtung, Nunavut in winter. www.michaelhdavies.com
Some say the shimmering Northern Lights dance through the sky. The Inuit say they play ball.
March 2016
The Takhini Hot Springs. Photo by Takhini Hot Pools
How to find peace in the great outdoors
March 2016
Pingos dot the landscape along the road winding south out of Tuktoyaktuk. Ryan Yakeleya, an E. Gruben's employee, drives a grader toward the Tuk-Inuvik highway worksite. Photo by Angela Gzowski
There's a highway being built to the Arctic Ocean. Finally, the national dream of 'coast to coast to coast' is coming true. The people making it happen? They're our Northerners of the Year.
December 2013