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Explorer’s Journal: Crossing that bridge

Dennis Sinnok scans for wolverine.

The Bering Land Bridge National Preserve represents a much larger story of relationships between different Arctic people and how the north was settled. Though the landscape looks much different now than during the last…

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Transportation, not tourism, in Arctic Iceland

A fish processing plant in Þórshöfn, Iceland.

As shipping patterns change, one town plans to join the emerging supply chain. “Meet the North,” a series that ventures into the lives of some of the 4 million people who call the Arctic home, explores an industrial future in a quiet corner of Iceland…

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Explorer’s Journal: Hockey love in Arctic style

Nina Kautuq goes everywhere with her sealskin Oiler’s bag.

Hockey is popular all over this country, but places like Pond Inlet, at the northern tip of Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic, are most often associated—for a southern audience at least—with hunting, snowmobiles, and seal meat. Not with the…

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Stronger together

On June 16, 2017 the ICC turned 40.

The Inuit Circumpolar Council turns 40 today! “ICC was initially envisioned by the respected Inupiat leader, Eben Hopson, to protect […]

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Suffer less

A window in Iceland.

“You listen with only one purpose, to help him empty his heart. . . You remember that you are helping […]

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Beach party

Ice chunks dot the beach in Iceland.

All roads lead to the ocean, north and south. Happy #worldoceansday . #meetthenorth #lindbladexpeditions#iceland #southcoast #iceberg #ice#photooftheday #instaiceland#mystopover #icelandtravel #beach#beachparty Photo by Eric Guth

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Take a drive

Sledding on a snowmobile in Nunavut.

Come and take a ride with me. Seriously, I’m a pretty good driver! (Except for that time I almost flipped […]

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