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July/August

As Canada rings in its 150th birthday, we look back at some major turning points that have changed the North—and its relationship with Canada—over the last 150 years. It’s a story of colonization, of imposed institutions, of resilient people.

Also, we profile seven entrepreneurs across the three territories creating in-demand products inspired by the land and waters around them. And we get a peek inside the clay-covered creative world of Yellowknife’s Guild of Arts and Crafts.

In This Issue

Crowd at Folk on the Rocks 2016. Photo by Hannah Eden

A Guide To The North’s Music Festivals

Insights from a festival-goer who nearly hit them all last year

By Elaine Anselmi
Jun 30
2017
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