Wally Lemay and Frank Dwyer in front of Etthen Café on Great Slave Lake
Over water, ice, or trails so seldomly hiked they’re better described as routes, gain an appreciation for the subtle—and not-so-subtle—changes on the land when you experience the North’s sensational stretches of Trans Canada Trail.
Photo courtesy Dustin Patar
Scattered throughout the territories, some beaches are well-kept secrets, others are packed all summer, and a few hold fascinating histories buried beneath the sand.
Photo Courtesy Parks Canada
The Yukon and Nunavut are famous at the moment for their gold developments. It’s a great story for both territories. But what about the NWT? Maybe we could be showing the hard-working gold explorers a little more love.
Adobe Stock Photo
A look back—and ahead—at the artists who provide the soundtrack of the North
Photo courtesy Aakuluk Music
Up Here Business's Special Mining Issue
Million-dollar views. Wilderness at the doorstep. Big communal spaces to gather in. Here’s what Northerners want from their dream homes.
PHOTOS COURTESY ANDREW LATREILLE/KOBAYASHI + ZEDDA
Colourful main streets celebrate Yukon’s past.
Photos courtesy Government of Yukon