July/August 2023 | Muskox
Alberta's last river ferries are enduring meeting places, shuttling people and property across this ancient landscape
By Marcello Di Cintio
Photography by Guillaume Nolet
Muskoxen have roamed the tundra for millennia, but today these wooly beasts are facing a number of very modern threats to their existence
By Alanna Mitchell
ON THIN ICE
As the climate heats up, so do talks over who "owns" the Arctic. What does Canadian Arctic sovereignty look like as the ice melts?
By Stephen Smith
WINDS OF CHANGE
Tracking Canada's extreme weather events to answer the question: are storms getting worse?
By Alexandra Pope