From the Editor: The Statistics of Sharing
Contaminated Water! Yet Another
Long-standing Debacle in Iqaluit
Searching for the Shelters of Stone
How to Loose a Husky Team
A New Home for the BAS Husky Memorial Bronze Statue
Historical and Climatic Prerequisites of the
Appearance of the Population of Sled Dogs of the
Shoreline of the Chukotka Peninsula
The Sledge Patrol documentary update
Major Virus Issues in Canada’s North and
Canine Parvovirus Infects Inuit Dogs in
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, 1978
A Decade of Service: The Chinook Project’s
2015 Labrador Animal Wellness Clinic
Inuk’s release in North America!
Book Review: Games of Survival: Traditional
Inuit Games for Elementary Students
IMHO: The Presumption of Good Faith
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Index: Volume 17, The Fan Hitch
N2: Retracing Twenty-Five Year-Old Foot and Paw Steps
N3: Pangaggujjniq Nunavut Quest 2015
N4: Searching for Shelters of Stone
Cooking and Crafts
N2: Bannock – On the Frozen Sea, in the Woods or at Home
N3: Bannock – The Movie!
N1: Heading Out and Coming Home
N2: Fed Up!
N3: The Next Hill...
N4: The Statistics of Sharing
N3: Former musher now aboriginal dog owner writes
N4: Norwegian GISD owner adds an “historical P.S.” to June’s “Making of The Savage Innocents”
N1: Far Fur Country Documentary Projects Come to Fruition!
Okpik’s Dream en Route to Completion
Puvirnituq Snow Festival
N2: IsumaTV’s First Annual Online Film Festival
Paving Over Cultural Identity
Okpik’s Dream Update
N3: In Memory of Lyudmilla Bogoslovskaya
Paving over cultural identity: Update
N4: The Sledge Patrol documentary update
A new Home for the BAS Husky Memorial Bronze Statue
Inuk’s Release in North America
Health, Science and Ethology
N1: The Epidemiology of Rabies in the Canadian North
N3: Inuit Dogs’ Indigenous Heritage Confirmed!
N4: Contaminated Water! Yet Another Long Standing Debacle in Iqaluit
A Decade of Service: The Chinook Project’s 2015 Labrador Animal Wellness Clinic
Major Virus Issues in Canada’s North and Canine Parvovirus Infects Inuit Dogs in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, 1978
N3: British Explorers Dogged By Myths
Making of The Savage Innocents
N4: How to Lose a Husky Team
Historical and Climatic Prerequisites of the Appearance of the Population of Sled Dogs of the Shoreline of the Chukotka Peninsula
In My Humble Opinion
N1: The Best Laid Plans
N2: Truth, History and Dogs
N3: It Ain’t Easy
N4: The Presumption of Good Faith
In the News
N3: Atanarjuat: Canada’s Best Film Ever!; Ancient Wolf Genome Pushes Back Dawn of the Dog; New Rabies in the North
N1: How to Build an Iglu and a Qamutiik (book)
N2: The Romance of the Far Fur Country (documentary)
On the Trail of the Far Fur Country (documentary)
N3: Never Alone (computer game)
N4: Games of Survival: Traditional Inuit Games for Elementary Students (book)