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Herb Mathisen

Photo courtesy of YKDFN archives
Some of the North’s biggest “discoveries” weren’t discoveries at all
November 2016
Photo courtesy Scott Lough
The Robertson headframe, the tallest building in Canada's North, is set for demolition Saturday, October 29 at 4:30 p.m. One Yellowknifer's nostalgic look back on an iconic structure that's been there his whole life.
October 2016
Grandin College yearbook photos from 1967
A bishop with a vision, a residential school without abuse and a class of teenagers who would lead the North
September 2016
Atlin, B.C. Photo by Jerrye & Roy Klotz/Wikimedia Commons
Atlin's brief reign as Yukon's music mecca
September 2016
Erin Freeland Ballantyne
Erin Freeland Ballantyne and the Northern take on university
September 2016
Chris Hadfield speaks in Budapest in May 2016—the celebrated astronaut was at one time a CF-18 pilot, testing the boundaries of the Canadian Arctic. Photo by Elekes Andor
Giving foreign borders a buzz was a routine practice of former CF-18 pilot, turned rock start astronaut Chris Hadfield
September 2016
A professor, elder professor and alumnus share their thoughts on the groundbreaking school.
September 2016
The 1928 Arctic pilot edition
September 2016
The original clubhouse of the Yellowknife Golf Club: the fuselage of a downed DC-3. Derek Bodington/Outcrop.
The Yellowknife Golf Club’s strange relationship with airplanes
August 2016
Buffalo Joe at the best seat in the house, er, DC-3. Photo: Hannah Eden
For Buffalo Joe, it’s not about money or fame—flying’s a way to escape all that
August 2016