2007.11

November 2007


Sovereignty from the North

Sovereignty from the North

An Inuit leader says Canada is asleep at the post in the Arctic
Camels in the Arctic?
Climate change as the Inuit see it: “From the inside out.” NMA nominee: Politics and Public Interest
To Live and Die in Wales, Alaska
A young man tries to make his way in a village still reeling from the flu of 1918
November 2007
Pan Handling
Going for gold the old-fashioned way
On Moving Ice
Surviving the polar summer
World Press Photo Gallery
As a sponsor of the World Press Photo 07 exhibition in Toronto, The Walrus is pleased to present a critical analysis of a selection of the images.
Through Darkness and Light
Exhuming the ghosts of war in England and Greenland
26,130*
Full disclosure of kilometres traveled by Our Writer in the duty of Honest Research.
Review — Arctic Hell-ship: The Voyage of the HMS Enterprise 1850-1855
On Inuit Art
Review — Uqalurait: An Oral History of Nunavut
Portraits of Inuit Artists
God’s Dancing Lessons
Notes on survival in Siberia
Growing Up in Cambridge Bay
Linnaeus Canadensis
Almost 300 years ago, the great Swedish naturalist sent an acolyte to discover Canada’s flora and fauna
The Spinach Armada
How the North gets its groceries
“Scary Dream”
Vivid nightmare vision from Cape Dorset artist
With a Light Steam
Getting sweaty with a Russian hulk
Arctic Facts, Figures and Archives
An excerpt from a miscellany of the Canadian North. The full set appears in the print edition of the November 2007 issue.
Paddling Back in Time
Navigating the icy wake of an Arctic explorer
The Archetypal Walrus
Reflections on robbing the dead. NMA nominee: Best Short Feature
From the Inside Out
Canada & its place in the world. Published by
the non-profit charitable Walrus Foundation
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