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January/February 2019

New year, new adventures—that's what was on our minds as we put together the January/February travel issue. This issue showcases some of our most breathtaking landscapes that will no doubt inspire your own adventures. Also, this issue includes a profile of the curling stars of the Koe family and a month-by-month guide to unique events across the North in 2019.

In This Issue

Donuts by Beth Covvey

Making A True Iqaluit Donut

And convincing the bosses at national headquarters to get on board

By Elaine Anselmi
Jan 24
2019
In Hopedale, Labrador, van Koeverden paddles a qajaq for the first time. Photo courtesy Students on Ice Foundation/ Garry Tutte

DIFFERENT STROKES

Olympic kayaker Adam Van Koeverden gets in a qajaq for the first time

By Elaine Anselmi
Jan 22
2019
Illustration Beth Covvey

A Lot To Mourn

Whitehorse loses a popular and peculiar camping spot

By Rhiannon Russell
Jan 22
2019
ILLUSTRATION AMANDA SANDLAND, DANNY CHRISTOPHER/INHABIT MEDIA

Building A Bridge

SONGWRITER SUSAN AGLUKARK ON WRITING HER FIRST CHILDREN’S BOOK

By Jessica Davey-Quantick
Jan 22
2019
Kevin Koe, left, and Jamie Koe, right, pose with their father Fred at the Brier in Saskatoon in 2012, when the two brothers faced off in the playoffs. Courtesy of CURLING CANADA/MICHAEL BURNS

Full House

How the Koes became the North’s curling powerhouse

By Jeremy Warren
Jan 22
2019
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