The Baffin Correctional Centre refused a VICE News request after a reporter passed “unauthorized material” to an inmate — a print out of an VICE News article about the jail.
"I feel like an animal," said one. But the Nunavut government defends its use of segregation.
A new alcohol store is opening in Iqaluit, Nunavut after years of prohibition.
Iqaluit is a booming Arctic city.
Tampons can cost more than twice as much Canada’s far north.
No ATMs, no flights, no internet.
We spoke to one of the filmmakers behind 'Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things' about Iqaluit's LGBT community and its struggle to define itself.
Nunavut goes to the polls on Monday to determine whether individuals and corporations can purchase and own land, or whether they need to keep leasing it from the government.
To complete the project by 2020, the territory of Nunavut will draw on designs from northern ports around the world to overcome 13-meter tides, massive ice flows, and a sliver of a typical construction season.
Nunavut MLA Pauloosie Keyootak carved his own igloo with a knife to survive the elements after getting lost in a blizzard during a snowmobile trip in Canada's most remote territory.
Access to alcohol has been a longstanding point of contention in Nunavut, a vast northern region that represents one-fifth of Canada's landmass with just 32,000 inhabitants, most of them Inuit.
Iqaluit, located on the eastern coast of Baffin Island in Canada's Arctic, is a city of less than 7,000 people. The temporary pink hue was apparently due to something called light scattering.