How two Whitehorse health-care workers became world leaders on treating frostbite.
A South African couple adds the far north in winter to their extensive “overlanding” adventures.
Photo By: James Raffan
Avens: A community for seniors was prepared for just about any emergency. But no one could have imagined the one that arrived in the summer of 2023.
Photo courtesy Canadian Armed Forces
Born and raised in Fort Smith, Terry Freund stayed to battle the wildfires, and watched the lands around him go up in smoke.
Photo By: Pierre Challon
When Northerners needed information about the wildfires, Mike Westwick rose to the occasion.
Photo courtesy of NWT Government
Kiah Vail never dreamt of being a firefighter. Now, she wrangles infernos in the NWT.
Photo Courtesy: Parks Canada
The evacuation order for Hay River came down on Aug. 13. Only a day earlier, the town had been taking in evacuees from Fort Smith. Now everyone was pulling up stakes again—if the highway could stay open.
Photo By: Rose Wallington
The emotions that follow being evacuated from your home and community are complex. Worry. Frustration. Anger. But we must not let dread and fatalistic thinking take hold.
We have a duty to posterity.
Photo Courtesy: Sailor 1st Class Patrice Harvey, CAF
In parts of the North, food insecurity is a national health crisis and finding solutions has been a slow process. Northerners are filling in the gaps, but they can’t do it alone.
Photo courtesy Inuvik Community Greenhouse
Can roads up here be built better? We did a deep dive to find out.
Courtesy George Fisher/NWTTOURISM