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Snow goggles were designed to reduce the amount of sunlight reflecting off the snow, preventing snow blindness when outdoors.
The Inuit of southeastern Hudson Bay have been harvesting eiderdown for generations.
Chilkat blankets are intended to be worn over the shoulders for ceremonies and dances.
Gut-skin raincoats are one of many examples of how indigenous peoples used all parts of the animals they hunted.
These saddles were made by women, and Métis women have been credited with exceptional expertise in their creation.
Dog blankets, sometimes called tuppies, were intended for show, not for warmth or protection.
How a chance encounter with The Beaver’s editor launched the author’s decades-long writing career.
Its exceptional quality is a reflection of the expert eye and skills of Lydia Catherine Christie.
Carrioles allowed trappers to transport supplies and furs throughout the winter. Pulled by dogs, they were sometimes used to transport high-profile people.
Rankin Inlet is an Arctic ghost town that refuses to die. The mine is shut and its cluster of buildings stands abandoned. The nickel production has burst, as indeed it was known it would, once the deposits of high-grade ore were depleted.
Dec 08, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Viola Desmond to be on Canada’s new $10 bill
Dec 06, 2016
The Canadian Press: Lasers on a thumbnail reveal Franklin expedition diet, cause of death
Dec 04, 2016
CBC News: Britain to get first major exhibition of Canada’s Franklin artifacts
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