Publishing and Broadcasts:
- Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
Reflections Shades and Shadows Collected Papers on the Human History of the Northwest Territories occasional Paper #1, 1985
- Arctic Institute of North America
"Takurluk; Observing unusual things
An essay containing traditional Inuit knowledge and observations. Sept. 1995
- Equinox Magazine
"The Silent Messengers". A feature story on the meaning of Inuksuit and other related objects upon the arctic landscape. Equinox Magazine, Jan-Feb. 1996.
- "The last Traditional Inuit Trial"
A feature story describing the existence of a traditional justice system once exercised by the Inuit in southwest Baffin. Published in the special commemorative issue of Equinox Magazine, Sept. 98.
- Canadian Geographic Magazine
"Places of Power". A feature story on places of power and objects upon the landscape revered by the Inuit who lived in traditional times. Canadian Geographic March/April 1997.
Inuksuit in the Canadian Arctic Television series, Geographic Journal
- Above & Beyond Magazine
"A Mystical Landscape". A feature story describing places and objects in the Arctic 1999.
"Transformations". A feature on the traditional concepts of transformations. Jan/Feb. 2001
"A Circle of Friends". A brief outline of the founding of the Arctic Circle Club Jul./Aug. 2001
"A good Day's Work". A day in the field of with the Geological Survey of Canada Nov./Dec. 2001
- Douglas & McIntyre - Canada
"Inuksuit: Silent Messengers of the Arctic". The first comprehensive book about the Arctic's mysterious stone figures called inuksuit, as told by Inuit elders to Norman Hallendy April 2000. Also published by the he University of Washington Press - United States and The British Museum Press - United Kingdom
- Explorers Club Journal
Navigating a Sacred Landscape: Ancient Wonders of the Arctic Winter 2002/03
- CBC Northern Service Broadcast Series, 1992/93
Interviewed on the following subjects which were subsequently broadcast throughout the Northern Network:
i) Sacred Sites in the Canadian Arctic
ii) Inuksuit: their presence and meaning
iii) Reflections, Shades and Shadows: glimpses of a traditional way of life.
iv) Qallunaat Elders: a tribute tthe men and women whworked in the Eastern Arctic. (The Elders honoured at the Harpfest Ceremony in Dartmouth, New Hampshire, 1993)
v) Hypothermia: the danger of dying during fair weather
- Canadian Artic television series: Geographical Journal - A broadcast about Inuksuit
Paper with flaps • 128 pages
10 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches
Did you know?
Canada's Arctic comprises 1/3 of Canada, aprox. 6.85 million sq km