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Photo courtesy of Harold Grinde
How–and why–people still hunt on horseback in the Mackenzie Mountains
February 2017
Illustration by Beth Covvey
Searching for no one in the middle of the night on a frozen bay
March 2017
Photo by Mike Rudyk
A traditional First Nations ‘men’s game’ is being played by women in the North.
January 2017
Photo by Thorsten Gohl
In a small town on the banks of the Mackenzie River, Ping Pong is more than just a game
December 2016
From battling Arctic hares and a hand games tourney to ice fishing on a midsummer night, this year’s winners have captured what it means to live and love in the far north. Photo: Fred Lemire
Up Here's annual readers’ photo contest winners and honourable mentions from 2015
January 2016
Great Slave baristas make do when the coffeemaker goes for a dip
November 2016
Robert "Yogi Bear" Chenard and Brenda "Boo Boo" Penney run the Louise Falls day-use campground off the Mackenzie Highway, near the Alberta/NWT border. Photo Hannah Eden
Meet the people who make Northern campgrounds funnier, friendlier, and just a bit weirder.
August 2015
It’s not easy, but there’s lots to love about bringing the kids along on the moose hunt
October 2016
A night of unsolved mysteries on the shores of Great Bear Lake
July 2016
The massive Antonov An-124 drew a crowd of admirers during its brief stay in Iqaluit last April. Photo by Frank Reardon
What drives some spirited photographers to brave the cold for hours outside Iqaluit’s airport?
August 2016