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HOTY2017
HOTY2017

These Greenhouse Designers Are Bringing Fresh Food to Arctic Communities

Stefany Nieto and Ben Canning are providing affordable, healthy food to remote communities, and involving locals in the process.
Jacob Dubé
12.13.17
National Aboriginal Day
National Aboriginal Day

Google Maps Will Now Display More Than 3,000 Indigenous Lands in Canada

The announcement comes on National Aboriginal Day.
Bryson Masse
6.21.17
arctic greening
arctic greening

The Arctic Is Getting Greener But Its Caribou Are Dying

Some Indigenous communities rely on the caribou hunt.
Lisa Cumming
4.26.17
Canada
Canada

What It’s Like to Travel By Sailboat Through the Arctic

In 2016, a family of seven—including a baby—sailed through the Northwest Passage on a 50-foot boat to document climate change.
Francis Flisiuk
1.1.17
Canada
Canada

Inuit Are Embedding Sensors in the Ice Because It's Getting Dangerously Thin

The SmartICE project combines traditional knowledge and new technology.
Kate Lunau
9.2.16
News
News

A Canadian Energy Company Is About to Expose an Inuit Community to Toxic Mercury

Children could be born with lower IQs for generations, scientists say.
Jordan Pearson
4.20.16
Music
Music

How an Inuit Filmmaker Is Using Virtual Reality to Tell Her Culture's Stories

Nyla Innuksuk is trying to break free from stereotypes while using new media to tell traditional and modern narratives.
Anubha Momin
9.16.15
Canada
Canada

Canada's Newest National Park Is Cloaked In Near-Perpetual Darkness

For several months each year, Bathurst Island is cloaked in perpetual darkness.
Matthew Braga
6.25.15
Canada
Canada

The Arctic's Internet Is So Expensive That People Mail the Web on USB Drives

In the Canadian Arctic, you get used to getting off on shitty JPEGs.
Jordan Pearson
6.1.15
Canada
Canada

The Great Arctic Thaw Is Seriously Worrying Archaeologists

​In a century some of the world's most important Inuit historical sites will be swallowed by the sea.
Monica Blaylock
4.28.15