A milestone of Whitehorse’s history was once ignored by officials, and reviled by locals.
Photo by Dana Bowen
A year in the Arctic—and a chance meeting on the way home—forever shaped the direction of Maurice Haycock’s life.
Photo courtesy Canadian Heritage Photography Foundation
Looking back to the search for Martin Hartwell 50 years later.
Courtesy Dominique Prinet
On the run from the KGB, a Soviet nuclear physicist takes the only job he can get—teaching junior high science in Canada’s North.
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A traditional hunter, a harvester for his community and an Instagram sensation, 21-year-old Devon Manik of Resolute lives with a foot in two worlds.
Photos by James Raffan
Defined by detailed embroidery, patient stitching, vibrant beading and hand-tanned hides, Indigenous designs in the North have always been couture—and the world is just starting to catch on.
Courtesy Vancouver Fashion Week/Arun Nevader
The revitalization of hide tanning throughout the North is more than the practice itself. It’s a reclamation of land, culture, connection—and it has the power to transform communities.
Photo: Morgan Tsetta/Dechinta Centre for Learning and Research
Brothers Abraham Anghik Ruben and David Ruben Piqtoukun find the soul in stone and bone, bringing epic legends and personal histories to life with brutal honesty and masterful skill.
Courtesy Winnipeg Art Gallery