Canadian Geographic

 

Inside the fight to protect the Arctic’s “Water Heart”

How the Sahtuto’ine Dene of Déline created the Tsá Tué Biosphere Reserve, the world’s firstsuch UNESCO site managed by an Indigenous community
December 2017

 

In Habitat: Tapping Birch

In Habitat: Tapping Birch

If you could bottle joy, it would taste like fresh birch sap
April 2013

 

An Energy Gem

An Energy Gem

Wind power is fueling the push to green diamond mines in the Northwest Territories
October 2012

 

Arctic Airships

Arctic Airships

These dirigibles might be the solution to transportation challenges in the changing North
April 2012

 

Bigger Fish to Fry

Bigger Fish to Fry

To catch-and-release or not to fish at all, that is the question.
Can Geo Travel, Fall 2011

 

Healing Hay River

Healing Hay River

A small town reels in the aftermath of a shooting of their beloved RCMP officer
February 2008

 

 

One City: Three Venues

One City: Three Venues

‘Colder, farther, darker,’ could be Yellowknife’s winter motto
Can Geo Travel, Winter 2008-2009

 

Caribou in Decline

Caribou in Decline

What’s causing the rapid collapse of caribou herds – humans, climate change or natural cycles?
December 2007 

 

Diamonds Under the Soles of their Hooves

Diamonds Under the Soles of their Hooves

What to do about a gigantic, flat-top mountain of waste rock on the caribou migration route
December 2007