Saving the Arctic's 'Last Ice Area' Is a Race Against Time

Canada has moved to protect the region, where Arctic wildlife is expected to make its last stand against climate change. Scientists say it's not enough.


Climate Change Is Revealing Arctic Landscapes Not Seen For 40,000 Years

A new study of Baffin Island's glaciers suggests that modern temperatures represent the warmest century in 115,000 years.


What Canada’s Military Looks Like at the Arctic Front

Acclaimed photographer Philip Cheung’s new series looks at what Canadian soldiers are doing post-Afghanistan.


Thunder Bay Takes Regina’s Title of Canada’s Murder Capital

While Canada's murder rate is at a five-decade low, a Stats Can report says Aboriginal people are six times more likely to be murdered than the rest of the population.


Inside Canada's Arctic Prison

Yellowknife photographer Pat Kane had the rare opportunity to visit the North Slave Correctional Centre in the Northwest Territories. Here's what he saw.


This Nunavut Photographer Takes Stunning Photographs of Arctic Life

Clyde River is in the middle of a legal battle over seismic testing in Baffin Bay. These photos will help you understand why it's such a big deal.


Shut Up About the "Fuck PETA" Controversy, Tanya Tagaq Puts on the Best Live Show I've Ever Seen

Modern art met ancient culture, and the result was explosive.


Is Prohibition Helping or Hurting Northern Canada?

We went to Nunavut, the country's youngest territory, to find out.


Prohibition in Northern Canada

Alcohol is strictly regulated and widely prohibited in Canada's youngest territory. We went there to explore the issue of prohibition and whether it's healing or adding to the territory's social crises.


Premiere: Rich Kidd Celebrates Canadian Winter With His Video for "Brick"

When outside is feeling like a brick, come inside and watch this video of Rich Kidd stunting in a yurt.


A 'Dumpcano' in the Canadian Arctic Has Been Burning for Eight Weeks

It’s one of the worst examples of landfill operations in the Americas right now. The city of Iqaluit has been struggling to extinguish a fire in its local dump. The city has finally come up with a $2.2 million plan to extinguish it.


What We Learned About Canadians by Looking at Their Weird Google Searches

Google collects and publishes data on the world's Google searches, so we rolled up our sleeves to find the weirdest, freakiest, darkest provinces and territories in Canada based on their Googlin' habits.