Northwest Territories

Sex

What It’s Like Being in a Sex Club in Canada’s Far North

Welcome to Yellowknife, where everyone knows your kink.
Jessica Davey-Quantick
1.22.19
Drift Currents

This Is Where 1 Million Paddle Strokes Gets a Climate Reporter in a Canoe

Hint: Very, very far north.
MOTHERBOARD STAFF
9.14.16
Drift Currents

Silt Built This Town—And Melting Ice Will Eventually Destroy It

The island upon which Fort Simpson rests has always been in flux, but climate change has tweaked the balanced system.
Brian Castner
9.13.16
Drift Currents

Why I Canoed 1,200 Miles to the Arctic Circle to Report on Climate Change

How did you spend your summer?
Brian Castner
9.12.16
Stuff

Canada Is Losing Its Last Reindeer Herder

As indigenous reindeer herders die out, filling their shoes will be increasingly difficult, putting Canada's Inuit people at risk.
Savannah Scott
5.3.16
Film

Dead North Film Festival Is Home to All Things Gruesome, Eerie, and Weird

The DIY festival has quickly become a place for talented genre filmmakers far removed from towering production cities. It creatively forces them to embrace the harsh weather and environment in which they live.
Darren Susin
3.4.16
Stuff

One Day in a Northwest Territories Court Tells You Everything You Need to Know About Canada's Broken Legal System

The courtrooms of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut offer a glimpse into the complex web of inter-generational violence, mental health issues, and substance abuse in Canada's remote north.
Cody Punter
2.3.16
News

A Cable Company Shamed Customers with Overdue Bills by Posting Their Names on Facebook

The company argues it is both legal and an effective strategy in collecting unpaid money.
Jake Kivanc
12.2.15
The Prison Issue

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.
Patrick Kane
10.13.15
Canada

NASA Is Testing Next-Generation Fire Shelters at a Burn Site In Northern Canada

Not unlike a spacecraft tearing through the atmosphere, NASA’s hope is that its material will be able to weather a wildfire’s blazing heat—saving lives in the process—unlike any emergency shelter before.
Matthew Braga
7.28.15
Canada

MUNCHIES Presents: Cooking Polar Bear Meat and Caribou Head in the North

Inuk resident Angela Hovak Johnston teaches her son how to cook polar bear meat along with other traditional country food dishes such as caribou heart soup and caribou head.
Munchies Staff
6.16.15
News

Canadians Can Now Order Soylent

Soylent will now ship to everywhere in Canada, including the Arctic.
Jordan Pearson
6.15.15
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