In a land where temperatures regularly drop to 40-below, real fur products continue to keep Northerners from shivering in the cold.
PHOTOS COURTESY BRENDA DRAGON
Joe Kitekudlak on his hand at building a big part of Ulukhaktok, NWT
Photo by KAREN KITEKDULAK
Over the last two decades, thousands of tiny houses have popped up across North America, creating a new lifestyle trend and a slew of first-time home buyers. But why is this movement at a standstill in the North?
Photo by Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs
Back in the 1940s, most northerners received food supplies once a year. A pantry favourite then was canned meat. Today fresh food from across the country arrives almost daily, but many northerners still want the security of a can or two
of Klik in the cupboard.
PHOTOS: (LEFT) JOLLY TIME GIANT YELLOW CORN, (CENTRE) COURTESY PWNHC/2015.13.5J, (RIGHT) ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
On the 100th anniversary of Treaty 11, there’s little enthusiasm for a celebration. A descendant of two chiefs who signed the Treaty wonders if this was truly a Treaty, or just legalized thievery.
Zaul Blondin - National Museums of Canada photo
Magpies are smart, curious, and now year-round residents of the far North.
Photo by Ron Dudley
What they see around them…and in the movies…is what young people are introducing into beading patterns, while maintaining the traditional craft.
Photo by Pat Braden