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Carver Jerry Ell breaks out blocks of limestone on Bear Island, near Coral Harbour, Nunavut. Photo courtesy Government of Nunavut
Here's how that beautiful soapstone carving got to your display case
November 2015
Gold production at Meadowbank, outside of Baker Lake, Nunavut. Photo by Angela Gzowski/Up Here
Life or death decisions at Ekati and Meadowbank
November 2015
Expanding horizons: Capstone Mining's Minto copper mine is getting bigger. Photo courtesy of Capstone Mining
It's been a rough year for Yukon's producing mines
November 2015
How they've always done it: Though the technology has advanced, placer mining hasn't changed a whole lot since the days of the Klondike gold rush. Photo provided by the Glenbow Archives, NA-4033-1
Nearly 120 years after the Klondike Gold Rush, the Yukon's placer miners are still going strong
November 2015
Nunavut's only inland community. Photo by Hannah Eden
Nunavut's thriving mining town (that doesn't look like a mining town at all)
November 2015
Curtis Overholt takes a break at the TerraX Minerals exploration site about 20 kilometres outside of Yellowknife. Photo by Hannah Eden
Keep an eye on these junior exploration companies. PLUS: Holding pattern: Tough markets slow down advanced projects
November 2015
Jean Marie River, population 60, is nestled along the shore of the Mackenzie River, in the Dehcho region of the NWT. Photo by Herb Mathisen
The NWT weighs conservation versus development. And a park near Jean Marie River might prove its test case.
November 2015
Hope Bay is eternal: More than 25 years after drills first started turning on the Kitikmeot tundra, Hope Bay is close to realizing its golden potential. Photo courtesy TMAC Resources
The Kitikmeot's on-again, off-again gold project is very much on
November 2015
The Northern fibre loop. Courtesy Northwestel
The odd timing of the Yukon's fibre line announcement
October 2015
Sweetest Kulu, a tender poem written by Iqaluit's Celina Kalluk, is a top-seller. Artwork courtesy of Inhabit Media
A small Iqaluit publisher is learning how to tell Inuit stories
October 2015