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Illustration by Beth Covvey
Happiness is a glowing oven on a Whitehorse winter day
December 2017
JAMES UNGALAQ, JOHN INOOYA, AND DEREK AQQIARUQ FROM IGLULIK‘S LEGENDARY NORTHERN HAZE. PHOTO BY JESSE KUMAGAI
A soundtrack to Nunavut Music Week
December 2017
Photo courtesy CBC Music/Cathy Irving
The Jerry Cans intend to make their success Nunavut’s success—and that’s why they’re our Northerners of the Year
November 2017
The 2017 Sally Manning Award deadline is fast approaching
November 2017
Photo by Elaine Anselmi
Learning a new craft gave Georgina Pewatooalook something to share
November 2017
All the forest is a stage at Brian Fidler’s Theatre in the Bush. Photo by Gary Bremner
In the cold, dusky Yukon forest, Theatre in the Bush makes the audience a part of the show
October 2017
Caribou Girl: her vest is made from beaver fur trapped locally and bought from the Trading Post in Dawson City. Lichen around the antlers was collected from the Dempster Highway. All photos by Hannah Eden
The Yukon through the eyes of a Dawson doll-maker
October 2017
Tunnganarniq by Embassy of Imagination artists. Photo courtesy Embassy of Imagination.
What do the four walls of Cape Dorset’s community hall and a 60-foot-tall brick face in downtown Toronto have in common? Both were painted by burgeoning artists from the Nunavut community.
October 2017
Photos courtesy Sho Sho Esquiro/ (L)Peter Jensen/(R) Tomas Karmelo Amaya
Sho Sho Esquiro's haute couture from the Yukon
October 2017
Illustration by Beth Covvey/Shutterstock
The Yukon girls' camp that takes over Dawson City's biggest stage
October 2017