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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 Whitehorse Dam. Its construction drowned the capital's namesake White Horse Rapids, which now lie beneath Lake Schwatka. Photo courtesy Archbould Photography/Yukon Energy
Hydro electricity is often seen as the panacea to the North’s energy woes—and for good reason. It’s cleaner than diesel, it’s worked up here for more than a century, and the natural potential is boundless. But remember, nothing’s perfect.
April 2016
On the waters outside of Plummer's Lodge on Great Slave Lake. Hannah Eden/Up Here
A downturn in Northern sport fishing could spell disaster for lodge owners. But some are adapting.
April 2016
The most affordable way to get a car to Nunavut. Photo - NNSI
All you need to know about purchasing a new vehicle in Nunavut
May 2015
Photo by Angela Gzowski
Northern newspapers are surviving and even thriving in the Internet age
July 2013
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
Why Husky Oil left the shores of Great Slave Lake with its tail between its legs
November 2015
The Farmer's Market in Yellowknife. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Here's how start-ups are born
February 2016
Dennis Patterson, Madeleine Redfern, Peter Taptuna.
...with Peter Taptuna, Madeleine Redfern and Dennis Patterson
February 2016
Darrell Pasloski, Joe Sparling, Stefan Voswinkel.
...with Darrell Pasloski, Joe Sparling and Stefan Voswinkel
February 2016