Midnight over Arctic Bay

Photograph by Edward Qaqqasiq For nearly 5,000 years the Arctic Bay area in what is now Nunavut, Canada's newest territory, has been occupied by Inuit nomads migrating from the west. In 1872, the Arc...
Canoeing Canada's Barren Lands - Bear

Canoeing Canada’s Barren Lands

West of Hudson Bay in Canada's Arctic, an enormous triangle of roadless tundra, twice the size of Alberta or Texas, stretches north to the polar sea and forms the largest single wilderness remaining in North Am...

Wishes to the Wind

Photograph by Edward Qaqqasiq An Inuit woman from Canada's isolated High Arctic on Baffin Island blows her wishes to the wind with Arctic Cottongrass. The most widespread flowering plant in the no...

Golden Ocean

Photograph by Edward Qaqqasiq Two young men head out into the fresh air of the sea on a beautiful cold day in late fall as the ice begins to form and thicken.  ...

Iceberg of Admiralty Inlet

Photograph by Edward Qaqqasiq A 500 foot high iceberg sits trapped in sea ice in Admiralty Inlet, a body of water in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut. The small hamlet of Arctic Bay is located on th...

High Arctic Girl

Photograph by Edward Qaqqasiq A little girl playing in the evening light of Arctic Bay, an Inuit hamlet in the northern part of Baffin Island's Borden Peninsula in Nunavut, Canada's Qikiqtaaluk Regio...