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Henry Hudson, the English explorer, is remembered by the gigantic bay that goes by his name. Small consolation for having been mutinied by his crew in 1611, set adrift and left to die on the shores of James Bay.

The Strangers On The Map

A history of Western imperialism as seen through the Arctic Archipelago’s...

NWT Archives/Curtis Merrill

The Town That Wouldn't Die

How Aklavik, NWT defied a flooding river, a skittish government and the...

Illustration by Beth Covvey

Logging On In Gjoa Haven

A small town, a small boost in population, and an even smaller amount of...

Photo courtesy Iqqaumavara

The High Arctic Lobbyist

Despite it all, Grise Fiord’s Larry Audlaluk still flies the flag for...

Videos

How To Build a Fire

Up Here Editor Samia Madwar and Videographer Hannah Eden head out into the bush to get some much needed fire-building advice from 1 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group. For more, check out: How To Build a Fire

The Tension and the Break

To tell the story of the North's ice cycles, Yellowknife composer Carmen Braden translates nature into music.

For more on Carmen Braden visit, uphere.ca/articles/tension-and-break

Bruce Davidson - NWT Park Warden

They're more than just places to spend the night: it's the people of NWT Parks who make our campgrounds truly memorable. Like Bruce Davidson, a singular human and keeper of Prelude Lake Territorial Campground.

Check out Bruce's original tune about life at the gatehouse, and follow this link for more parks and conversations:

uphere.ca/articles/parks-and-conversation

How To Make: WILD CRANBERRY BLUSH

Direct from the UP HERE studio, we bring you a recipe for beauty taken from the best day-spa around - Canada's Northern landscape.

The Northern Golf Tour

Our 'Up Here' editorial team try their hand at midnight golf in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories.

For the full story: The Northern Golf Tour

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