Also in this issue, the story of the Dene Nation’s birth in the radical ’60s is one of of resiliency against colonial oppression. Now, 50 years later, we present a look back at what this landmark Indigenous organization achieved, as told by two of the scrappy young rebels who were there at the beginning. Plus, trek through the stars to discover northern connections with the cosmos, learn how artists in the North are surviving—even thriving—in a pandemic, listen to some morel outrage in the Yukon’s mushroom burns, and hear how one man helped name a generation of Inuit.