From pleasing the Budweiser crowd to craft brew lovers who crave the newest and punchiest beers, Northern brewers face the tall task of making everyone happy.
Photo courtesy Nunavut Brewing
Gail Cyr founded, led and fought for organizations devoted to helping Indigenous Northerners. Recently appointed to the Order of Canada, she has spent her entire professional life in the service of others—and she has no plans to let retirement slow her down.
Photo by Pat Kane
When the tap water in Nunavut’s capital became unsafe to use, community members swung into action to help those in need.
Photo by Mélanie Ritchot
Can adding Dene words to English Scrabble spell out a path to reconciliation?
Up Here Business sits down with the premiers of Nunavut, the NWT, and the Yukon to discuss economic challenges and opportunities. If you’re looking for insight, you’ll find it here.
Photo by Vincent Desrosiers
The Yukon and Nunavut are famous at the moment for their gold developments. It’s a great story for both territories. But what about the NWT? Maybe we could be showing the hard-working gold explorers a little more love.
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Iqaluit caterer Nuka Fennell has two guiding passions: creating food and staging drag performances. Fennell says those passions are two sides of a coin—recipes for self-expression that can make a person feel like a superhero.
PHOTO BY LISA MILOSAVLJEVIC