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The menu features hits like polenta sticks with jerk dip. Photo by Daren Gallo
Enjoying a bit of the Caribbean, at Antoinette's in Whitehorse
June 2016
Eastbound’s felt at home in Dawson this winter, surrounded by like-minded, hands-on folks: “Everyone up here is just automatically DIY because they were raised that way.” All photos courtesy Cud Eastbound
Dawson City’s Cud Eastbound turns his van into a warm and cozy abode.
April 2015
Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
The cool comforts of ice fishing in Chesterfield Inlet
April 2016
Photo courtesy Old Town Paddle
They stand on them. Race on them. Even fish on them. Take a look at the most conspicuous invasive species in the North's waters: stand-up paddleboards.
April 2016
The high kick target. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
The science behind Arctic sports
March 2016
Melissa Chung, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness and yoga instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Sometimes it’s just too cold to go outside. Here’s how to stretch out that back and bum after a five-hour Netflix binge.
March 2016
Diana Curtis, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Good for: Glutes, quads, abs, arms, and scooping huge cold-water fish into your boat.
March 2016
Kam Hogan, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here
A whole body workout. Also helps when you're building an igloo or giant snow castle.
March 2016
Devin Madsen, Yellowknife Racquet Club fitness instructor. Photos by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Good for: Legs (glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps) and lugging around 40-lb bags of wood pellets.
March 2016
Dana Britton, personal trainer at Turning Point Fitness, Yellowknife. Photo by Hannah Eden/Up Here
Six workouts to get you through a Northern winter.
March 2016