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Herb Mathisen

A few familiar faces in the crowd at the inaugural Arctic Winter Games. NWT ARCHIVES/N-1979-052:1234/Sport North Federation
That time the Prime Minister of Canada disappeared en route to Yellowknife
March 2018
The time the party overshadowed the Arctic Winter Games
March 2018
Steve Ducharme/Nunatsiaq News
New premier Paul Quassa wants to get back to the original intent of Nunavut’s creation
March 2018
Photo by Angela Gzowski
Tuktoyaktuk nears the end of a long road back to prosperity
February 2018
Biathlete Brendan Green. All photos courtesy International Olympic Committee
Canada’s North is well represented in Pyeongchang
February 2018
Illustration by Beth Covvey
How the value of a beer in the fridge changed overnight in Iqaluit
January 2018
Illustration by Beth Covvey
How a U.S. politician sought to buy Greenland and Iceland to get at Canada
January 2018
Ubiquitous across the North, these blue containers can be real life-savers
January 2018
SNOW WONDER:  Sitting in the jaws of a  larger-than-life snow monster at the  SnowKing castle on Yellowknife Bay. Photo by Fran Hurcomb
It makes up our walls and our livelihood. It can be a muse or even our saviour. The many ways in which snow is friend not foe.
December 2017
Our trove of Arctic lore is looking for a good home.
The rationale for saving storied Northern documents from the historical scrap heap
December 2017