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2018 Media Kit
Sally Manning Writing Award
Stranger In A Strange Kitchen
A white explorer dives into the all-meat diet, 100 years before the 'Paleo' diet was a thing
The Frozen Food Aisle
How the Inuit inspired the freezer, and a new era of food preservation
Tastes Of The Tłįchǫ
Chewing the fat with Dene elder, raconteur and renaissance man, Joe Mackenzie
The German Connection
How brushing up on your deutsch lessons might help you get by in Northern Labrador
The Long Way Home
Canada's post-WWII military drives across its Arctic. It probably won't try that again.
"It was a time and a place I’ll never forget."
A hockey player reflects on his short—but triumphant—stint with one of Yellowknife's old mining company teams
Paths Of Glory
Caught between global powers, Canada's North in wartime was a place of incredible feats, ravaging disease and irreversible change.
Pulled From The Brink
Without luck, determination and Darrel Nasogaluak, the Mackenzie Delta Inuvialuit may have lost their qajaq forever.
King Of The River
She hauled radioactive ore, nearly blew up on Great Slave Lake, and changed shipping in the North forever.
Some say the shimmering Northern Lights dance through the sky. The Inuit say they play ball.