Across much of the North, bridges are the only structures connecting entire regions with the rest of the country year-round.
Government of Yukon
From pleasing the Budweiser crowd to craft brew lovers who crave the newest and punchiest beers, Northern brewers face the tall task of making everyone happy.
Photo courtesy Nunavut Brewing
Across the globe, veganism is seen as an ethical choice aligned with saving the environment. But in the North, bringing up fresh vegetables and niche items createsa large carbon footprint, while hunting and fishing provides locally harvested game for food insecure communities. Is veganism the right choice for the planet in the North? It depends.
Photo courtesy Farmers Market/Hannah Eden
For more than 140 years, Canada has watched over its claim to the Arctic with sporadic attention. However, when potential threats—whether real or imagined—crop up, the government has gone to great lengths to assert its dominion over the land. And more often than not, those actions have caused great harm to the people who actually live there.
Photo courtesy Adventure Canada/Scott Forsyth
With glimmering paint and her artist’s eye, Cora DeVos reminds Inuit women of their beauty and resiliency.
Photo by Cora DeVos
Cabins in the woods. Waterfront stops. Former houses of disrepute. When it comes to dining out in the North, one thing is for sure—it’s never boring.
Photo Courtesy of Angela Gzowski
Where publishing options are limited, writers take matters into their own hands and get resourceful when it comes to sharing their stories.
Photo Courtesy of Inhabit Media
Churches as galleries and school gyms as concert halls—art spaces and performance venues are hard to come by in the North. But art-lovers in each territory make do with what they have.
PHOTO COURTESY OF LINDSAY REID
In a land where temperatures regularly drop to 40-below, real fur products continue to keep Northerners from shivering in the cold.
PHOTOS COURTESY BRENDA DRAGON