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🔍Read Full ArticleBeginnings - Editor’s Note

Beginnings - Editor’s Note

👤Matt J. Simmons 🕔Feb 17, 2018

When do things really start?

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🔍Read Full ArticleHunters

Hunters

🕔Feb 17, 2018

The smell of satisfaction is a roast in the oven

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🔍Read Full ArticleReconciliation

Reconciliation

👤Tania Millen 🕔Feb 17, 2018

Searching for the true meaning of Canada's future

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🔍Read Full ArticleUnlocking

Unlocking

👤Jo Boxwell 🕔Feb 17, 2018

A beautiful piece of short fiction by Jo Boxwell

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🔍Read Full ArticleOn Ancient Ice

On Ancient Ice

👤Matt J. Simmons 🕔Feb 17, 2018

Tatshenshini-Alsek Park is iconic Canadian wilderness. It’s rugged, remote, and truly remarkable. Perched on a confluence of borders—BC, Yukon, and Alaska—the park is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest protected natural area in the world.

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🔍Read Full ArticleIn Utero

In Utero

👤Melissa Sawatsky 🕔Feb 17, 2018

Melissa Sawatsky's devastingly honest personal essay

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🔍Read Full ArticleTweedsmuir

Tweedsmuir

🕔Feb 17, 2018

A bird's eye view of North Tweedsmuir Provincial Park

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🔍Read Full ArticleEdge of the World

Edge of the World

👤Dave Quinn 🕔Feb 17, 2018

The beginning of a thing is often not recognized as such until long after, or indeed until an ending appears on the horizon. Such was the case in the fall of 1994, when four dirtbags pooled their limited resources and headed north from Vancouver and the Kootenays to undertake a month-long sea-kayak trip in Gwaii Hanaas National Park Reserve.

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🔍Read Full ArticleThe Crawl

The Crawl

🕔Feb 17, 2018

Patrick Williston lives in Smithers in a mountainside home with a dark and spidery crawl space. When days are longer, you will find him and his family gunkholing around the Chatham Sea in an old sailboat. This is his first piece of fiction for Northword.

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🔍Read Full ArticleLemur

Lemur

👤Matt J. Simmons 🕔Feb 17, 2018

I dreamt you were a lemur...

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