Through social media, Northerners are finding unique ways to offer a snapshot into the colourful lives they lead.
Photo by Natalie Maerzluft
When Alyssa Ross first picked up beading as a way to destress, she didn’t expect to make a business out of it.
Photo courtesy Alyssa Ross
Elder Sharon Vittrekwa has honed her social media skills to show off her craft to others across the globe.
Photo courtesy Sharon Vittrekwa
From an attic in the Netherlands to Baker Lake in the ’60s—there’s a story behind each one of Gabriel Gély’s Inuit portraits.
PHOTO Courtesy Lambert van gils
Teenagers Mataya Gillis and Cassidy Lennie-Ipana are speaking out with their Inuvialuit magazine for and by youth.
PHOTO COURTESY INUVIALUIT LIVING HISTORY PROJECT/LISA HODGETTS
As sea ice around the Arctic continues to recede, one company is combining traditional knowledge with cutting-edge technology to track its changes.
Photo by Michael Schmidt/Courtesy of SmartICE
The stories of early Yellowknife’s red-light district are far grittier—and far less celebrated—than those of the infamous Klondike Days in the Yukon. But its place in history is worth remembering.
Illustration by Beth Covey