How do we sustain our traditions?
How can we learn today what used to be passed down to us from previous generations? How can we combine ancestral and contemporary knowledge to forge newly shared rituals? With traditions seemingly disappearing faster than ever, Issue 06 seeks to put into perspective the roles that traditional forms of knowing and doing play in contemporary life.
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Stories / Visual Essay
Watchers on the Land
In 1998 a young soldier named Philip Cheung travelled to Nunavut to learn survival skills from the Canadian Rangers, a unique paramilitary organization in the North. Sixteen years later, Cheung—now a seasoned combat photojournalist—returned to the Arctic to document the role of the Rangers in the contested and rapidly changing region.
Atelier / Miniguide
A Heiltsuk Guide to Authentic Wellness
When the Heiltsuk people had the opportunity to build a wellness centre in their territory, they turned to their own people and their own culture to define what the word means for them. Launched this summer, the Kunsoot Wellness Centre offers a lesson in how to take a more rooted and honest approach to well-being.