Arctic
Highway

Arctic
Highway

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Maintenance Camp #2, 1999Moon over Richardson Mountains, 1999Aurora Borealis over Cemetery, 1999Pingo, 1999Trapper Warming by Fire, 1999Sleddog Race Finish Line, 1999Backyard, Tsiigehtchic, 1999New Year's Day Morning, 1999Woman Preparing Caribou Dinner, 1999Inuit Shack, 1999Skinning, 1999Dempster Highway and Richardson Mountains, 1999Glowing Sky Over Inuvik, 1999Passing Truck, 1999Sleddog, 1999Trapper on Snowmobile, 1999Morning Icefog Outside Inuvik, 1999New Year's Eve Fire, Fort McPherson, 1999Jimmy, 1999

Following an old dog sled route, the Dempster Highway is a new road in far northern Canada built by oil companies. It traverses through untouched pristine ancient lands and villages which have been separated by modern society for thousands of years. Was this road beneficial only to the oil companies or has it improved the lives of the indigenous Inuit who live here?