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Red knot are frequent flyers. One has gone almost to the moon-and-back in its lifetime. Photos by Clare Kines

Scenes Of A Summer Nest

Every year, millions of birds from all over the world arrive in Canada's Arctic. Here's...

July 2016 Clare Kines

Lost In The Numbers

The polar bear is getting more attention than ever, but that may be harming the animal more than...

July 2016 Daniel Campbell
A NEW APP, INUKNET, GIVES NUNATSIAVUMMIUT THE CHANCE TO TRACK THE EVERY-DAY EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PEOPLE. PHOTO COURTESY ASHLEE CUNSOLO WILLOX

Research On The Go

A tiny Inuit community is linking climate change with personal health

July 2016 Francis Tessier-Burns
Photo by Doug Allan/Minden Pictures

Breaking The Silence

For centuries, newcomers to the Arctic have marvelled at its powerful stillness. But as the ice...

July 2016 Samia Madwar
Photo by Wayne Lynch

The Muskox Resurgence

Mainland muskoxen are back from the brink and they're winding up in the most curious of places...

July 2016 Tim Edwards

Raindrops On Ice

What happens in the North when the sky starts falling.

April 2016 Beth Covvey, Samia Madwar
Photo by Darren Roberts

The Middle of Everywhere

Most official maps today show the North to be a vast, empty land, with scattered communities and...

February 2016 Samia Madwar
Ian Stirling. Photo by Émilie Smith

He Speaks for the Polar Bears

No fear-mongering. No exaggeration. For Ian Stirling, it's purely about the science.

February 2016 Samia Madwar
Paleontologist Elizabeth Hall stands on an exposure of permafrost at a placer mine, where Ice Age mammal bones are typically found. Photo courtesy of Government of Yukon

Fossil Gold Mines

Placer miners in the Yukon are churning out ice age bones at an industrial rate

November 2015 Daniel Campbell
COURTESY CANADA'S ECOFISCAL COMMISSION

Sheila's Wisdom

She fights for nature and for human rights. Now she's showing others how to keep fighting

July 2015 Samia Madwar