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2017 Media Kit
The Long Road
In the North, they call themselves Dene. In the American Southwest, Diné. Same blood, same language – a continent apart. For years, no one could explain it. Now, clue by clue, the mystery is being solved.
The Biggest Little City North of 60
For four centuries, Kuukpak, located in the Western Arctic along the Mackenzie River, was the richest, busiest summer settlement around
The Long Journey Home
More than 130 later, Abraham Ulrikab's remains may finally return to Labrador
The Lost Town of Pine Point
A road runs through the bush in the NWT, and it tells a story of tragedy, hard truths and the circle of life
Where Have All The Mining Towns Gone?
They're toxic and deserted wastelands - but to those who once lived there, the remains of mining communities are worth holding on to.
Never Seen Again
On the Arctic's 'weird and tragic shores,' ships, humans and whole cultures have a way of vanishing, leaving nothing but whispers and haunting questions.
From The Trapline To The Olympics
The miracle that came from the Delta
The Little Guy
Memories of the sudden, dangerous birth of Hunter Tootoo in 1960s Rankin Inlet
The Crash, The Inuit, And The Bomb
When a top-secret U.S. jet went down near Nunavut, it left a mystery: is there a nuke beneath the ice?
The Day The Nazis Came North
During the Second World War, knowing the weather meant winning the fight. That's why German sailors made a top-secret incursion into Canada's Arctic.