SPECIAL 100TH-ANNIVERSARY ISSUE!
A CENTURY OF THE BEAVER
The Names and Knowledge Initiative: Discovering Indigenous peoples, places, and understandings in the Hudson's Bay Company Archives. | Life on the Land: For decades, The Beaver depicted Indigenous societies as primitive peoples in need of "civilization". In actuality, the magazine's images reveal vibrant cultures, resilient communities, and crucial new perspectives on the North. | Tamed and Untamed: In The Beaver, wildlife was something to be simultaneously admired and exploited. | Weaving Shared Histories: The Hudson's Bay Company's story is intertwined with the lives of Indigenous peoples. | On the Move: How changes in transportation technology transformed both Indigenous and non-Indigenous societies in the North.
Regular features: Currents, Destinations, Album, Books, History Matters.