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Elaine Anselmi

Tunnganarniq by Embassy of Imagination artists. Photo courtesy Embassy of Imagination.
What do the four walls of Cape Dorset’s community hall and a 60-foot-tall brick face in downtown Toronto have in common? Both were painted by burgeoning artists from the Nunavut community.
October 2017
Photos courtesy Sho Sho Esquiro/ (L)Peter Jensen/(R) Tomas Karmelo Amaya
Sho Sho Esquiro's haute couture from the Yukon
October 2017
Illustration by Beth Covvey
Finds amid the flurry of the Pond Inlet flea market
October 2017
Billy Kuksuk of Arviat,  Nunavut carves a wolf outside his house in a -30 C windchill for an executive from Agnico Eagle's Meadowbank Mine. Photo by Paul Aningat
The Inuit carving market has seen better days, but business is still booming for the master carvers.
October 2017
Long haul: It's 7 p.m. at the icy shore of Pond Inlet, Nunavut. Photo by Elaine Anselmi
Subsistence hunting in the Eastern Arctic hangs on one area of open water in North Baffin Bay. And Inuit at its edge are making sure their way of life is protected.
September 2017
Illustration by Beth Covvey
What happens when a small Northern community takes on an empire
August 2017
Permanent wood piles replace a temporary pontoon bridge on the Alaska Highway. Photo courtesy of Yukon Archives, R.A. Cartter fonds #1498
How southern reactions to international conflicts are responsible for the look of much of the present-day North
August 2017
Slave River Paddlefest. Photo by Patrick Kane
In the North with no plans for the next three days? We’ve got you covered
August 2017
Photo by Hannah Eden
Fred Sangris talks about Yellowknife past and present
July 2017
Crowd at Folk on the Rocks 2016. Photo by Hannah Eden
Insights from a festival-goer who nearly hit them all last year
June 2017