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2017 Media Kit
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.
From A Different Mould
In the early sixties, the federal government brought ceramics to Rankin Inlet to build a traditional arts economy. They didn’t count on the artists actually getting creative.
If Any Living Inuk Knew
Louie Kamookak has been on a 40-year quest to solve the Franklin mystery—for himself and for his people.
How the Trumps Struck Klondike Gold
Long before 'the Donald,' his stampeder grandpa's seedy restaurant gave birth to a glittering dynasty
A Hudson's Bay Boy Shacks Up
To please his Scottish bride, a Wrigley fur trader learns to stitch and sew
Between the Lines
Tracing the controversial history and recent revival of Inuit facial tattoos
It's Changing as we Speak - Part Three
In part three of our Inuktitut series, Tim Edwards spends a year learning the language, and ends up discovering more about the place he lives
It's Changing as we Speak - Part Two
In part two of our Inuktitut series, Samia Madwar looks across the Bering Strait, where the language originates
It's Changing as we Speak - Part One
Some say Inuktitut is doomed to disappear. Others have hope. In the face of a transforming Arctic, what needs to happen for the Inuit language to survive?
A by-the-numbers look at Nunavut's favourite holiday