Yellowknife

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
Photos

A Portrait of Life in Canada's Yellowknife Shack Community

Photographer Pat Kane’s ‘Offgrid’ series about shack-dwellers and houseboaters needs to be seen.
Pat Kane
12.21.18
Mysteries

Poop is Raining From the Sky in Canada, and the Government Says It's Not Planes

Is this the crappiest government cover-up ever?
Jordan Pearson
6.29.18
clean energy

The Quest to Turn the Arctic Into a Clean Energy Outpost Has Begun

"A lot of the remote communities are dependent on diesel."
Farnia Fekri
3.23.17
aurora

Amateur Astronomers Are Sharing the Brilliant Arctic Aurora With the World

Why Canada's Arctic has the world's best Northern Lights
Melanie Windridge
4.8.16
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
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
News

The City of Yellowknife, Canada, Is Sitting on Enough Arsenic to Kill Every Human on Earth

Yellowknife is currently sitting on 237,000 tons of arsenic. It has been collecting dust in an underground chamber built to house it for some time now, and the Canadian government has a new permanent solution to its storage problem—but years of...
Meghan Pearson
4.16.14