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JUNE 2019

Not only is the June issue of Up Here filled with incredible stories and photos from across Canada's North, but it's also a handy mosquito swatter. Just in time for summer. Inside we look back at the history of shrinking Northern connections, find some answers about life and death at a muskrat trapping camp for kids, and serve up a delicious sampling of edible morsels to eat on the perfect Northern road trip.

Researcher Mark Fox-Powell stands at the entrance of the lost hammer spring on Axel Heiberg Island, where he studies potential conditions for life on other panets. Courtesy Gordon Osinski
Researchers are using perennial Arctic springs to study how organisms could grow on other planets.
July 2019
COURTESY PUVIRNITUQ SNOW FESTIVAL/KATHERINE DAPHNE
Why your cell phone is a must-have in any on-the-land camp kit.
July 2019
There's one birdie you don't want at Northern golf courses.
July 2019
PHOTO BY BETH BROWN
How two sister lifeboats from a fated survey vessel found forever homes in Nunavut.
July 2019
Snotty Nose Rez Kids entertain the crowd. PHOTOS BY UP HERE
All the sun, sand, and amazing sounds from our weekend at Folk On The Rocks.
July 2019

What's your favourite Northern festival?

Berger with his polar bear cosplay suit. COURTESY COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
Joel Berger dresses up as a bear to get closer to muskoxen.
July 2019
PHOTOS BY JEREMY WARREN
Taking a tour of Canada’s newest Northern research station.
July 2019
PHOTO BY JESSICA DAVEY-QUANTICK
Just some of the folks on the rocks to check out this weekend at #FOTR2019
July 2019