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CAN-DO ATTITUDE: Dawson City filmmaker Suzanne Crocker with the fruits—and veggies, and jams, and sauces—of her labour. On July 31, 2017, Crocker began an ambitious project to go one year eating only what could be found or foraged around the Yukon town. Cathie Archbould

Extreme Measures: The All-Local Dawson City Diet

Dawson City filmmaker Suzanne Crocker committed to eating only what could be grown, foraged, hunted...

September 2018 Michele Genest
Arctic char prepared by Yellowknife chef Robin Wasicuna. Courtesy Edible Canada

Searching for the Northern Cuisine

With voracious foodies and some of Canada’s top chefs taking an interest in the North, local chefs...

September 2018 Herb Mathisen

Berry treasures

What do you do with that fall berry bounty from your backyard?

September 2018 Jessica Davey-Quantick
Illustration by Beth Covvey

A Hell Of A Fight

The fisherman who saved us from ourselves

August 2018 Katharine Sandiford
Taylor Beck. Photo by Herb Mathisen

When You're A Beck

The perks of belonging to the NWT’s first family of competitive dog mushing

August 2018 Herb Mathisen
Anna Lambe. Photo by Marc Fawcett-Atkinson

Eat Well, Live Well

An Iqaluit student is planning more than a lunch menu

August 2018 Marc Fawcett-Atkinson
Meagan Wohlberg edited the Northern Journal for four years. Photo by Stephanie Hansen

Life After The Paper

What is lost when the local newspaper shuts down

August 2018 Sarah Pruys
From left, Paula Ikuutaq Rumbolt, Keenan “Nooks” Lindell and Emma Kreuger. Courtesy Hinaani Design

Cultural Threads

Arviat’s Hinaani Design is on the cusp of something big

August 2018 Marc Fawcett-Atkinson
Photo by Angela Gzowski

Welcome To Cabin Country

It is a refuge, a base for a hunt, the family home away from home. From Arviat to Dawson City, take...

August 2018 Up Here
Illustration by Beth Covvey

Flying Tuktu

Deciding what has to go overboard in a sinking boat

July 2018 Peter Autut