The Plan to Protect Indigenous Elders Living Under the Northern Lights
By Peter Kujawinski, Photos and video by Pat Kane,
It takes hours of flying across Canada’s vast, trackless north to reach Yellowknife, a small city on the northern shore of Great Slave Lake — one of the deepest and largest lakes in the world. The region is as remote as it is pristine. But travelers are drawn here from around the world to witness the splendor of the aurora borealis, otherwise known as the Northern Lights.