Reconsidering the Gold Rush: When prospectors stampeded into the Klondike, Chief Isaac guided the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in people through a time of turmoil.
Also in this issue: The Rainmaker: With a mix of chemistry and bravado, a peddler of pluviculture convinced farmers in Alberta that he could coax water from the sky. | Creature Comforters: We salute some famous — and not-so-famous — animals from Canada’s past. | De-naming British Columbia: Canada's westernmost province owes its alias to a colonial power and a murderous American fur trader. It’s time for a conversation about the name British Columbia.
Regular features: Currents, Trading Post, Roots, Destinations, Books, Album.
Plus our Annual Report, including our honour roll of donors.