From the Issue
Seven reasons to kickstart (or revive) your career in the North
By TIM EDWARDS
Gateway to Canada
Companies in the south have come under fire for abusing our temporary foreign worker program. Are businesses in the North playing fair? Not always – but the program isn’t either.
By ASHLEIGH GAUL
Fly-in, fly-out and fed up
Northern miners have lost the hard-fought battle of local recruitment. Are they about to lose the war?
By GUY QUENNEVILLE
Taima (that's all)
After five years in the premier’s office, Nunavut’s Eva Aariak is moving out of the top seat.
By CHRIS WINDEYER
The North is one of the last places in Canada where a flight comes with a hot dinner. But for the man behind the meals, that’s not enough: the food has to be delectable, too.
By ASHLEIGH GAUL
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Storage Wars, Northern edition
In Whitehorse, purveyors of empty space are enjoying a seller’s market
Liquored up – or getting licked?
The debate rages about Norman Wells’ bustling (some say bruising) alcohol business
Buy low, sell high
Denendeh Investments-backed DEMCo looks to break in to the mining game
Should Nunavut follow Greenland's lead on energy savings?
Welcomed with open arms (and wallets)
With devolution looming, the GNWT looks to recruit more than a few good men and women
All the offshore’s a stage!
It’s showtime, folks. The actors are lining up for their latest play in the Beaufort Sea theatre and the tickets are going fast.
HASSELBACK/Come back, prospectors, come back!
The Supreme Court of Canada has decided not to hear a case that could have made some important mining law.
HALLIDAY/The true cost of turnover
THIS IS NO PICNIC! Working and living conditions on this job are as difficult as those encountered on any construction job ever done in the United States or foreign territory.
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