North Your North: Best reader photos for the weeks of Jan. 1, 8, 15
With the new year in full swing and a nasty cold snap behind us, we're catching up on your best photos from across the North. Check out your best photos from Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Northern Quebec, and Yukon in our super-sized gallery.
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With the new year in full swing and a nasty cold snap behind us, we're catching up on your best photos from across the North.
Check out your best photos from Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Northern Quebec, and Yukon in our super-sized gallery:
Wings? Paul Nuyalia sent us this amazing photo from Iqaluit, where he was 'playing with water and the cold' last weekend. (Submitted by Paul Nuyalia) 'Three figures huddle to watch a sunrise over Houseboat Bay in Yellowknife's Old Town,' says Bill Braden. And it was –37 C! (Submitted by Bill Braden) Sarah-Jean Graham had a wonderful horseback view of 'watching the fog roll in' on a winter ride. She sent this postcard-worthy shot to our CBC Yukon Facebook page. (Submitted by Sarah Jean-Graham) A polar bear snow sculpture sits in the foreground of the Aurora over Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., in this great shot by Chris Kelly. (Submitted by Chris Kelly) Double sundogs! Pierre Garneau caught a rare glimpse of the phenomenon when looking up at the Slims River from Yukon's Kluane Lake Bridge. (Submitted by Pierre Garneau) A mid January hot bath with a cool view! Jeremy Mareschal shared this look at Whitehorse from a 'hippie hot tub with the fire pit under the bath.' (Submitted by Jeremy Mareschal) One-year-old Caitlin Nunalik Goddard surveys her domain in the barren landscape of Iqaluit. Conor Goddard took this awesome shot. (Submitted by Conor Goddard) Candace Paroci sent this icy shot from Inuvik, N.W.T., during the recent cold snap. She said she's taking part in the popular Walk to Tuk challenge, '-37 or not!' (Submitted by Candace Paroci) A dreamy sundog outlines a home in Sanikiluaq, Nunavut. This shot was sent to us by Eva Arragutainaq. (Submitted by Eva Arragutainaq) An iconic Dawson City sunrise: Geneviève Richard shared this beautiful view with us. (Submitted by Geneviève Richard) The Northern Lights, as bright and vivid as ever: Attasie Saunders shared this great photo taken on January 8 from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, taken by Jerry Porebski. (Jerry Porebski/Submitted by Attasie Saunders) That is a lot of ravens! Justin Clarke took this shot in Iqaluit, adding that a group of ravens this big is called a 'story telling.' (Submitted by Justin Clarke) Inuvik, N.W.T. welcomed back the sun after over a month of darkness in early January. Kristian Binder snapped this shot of fireworks celebrating the occasion. (Submitted by Kristian Binder) The amazing fireworks shots just keep coming: Mark Kelly snapped this one on New Years Day, over Whitehorse's Shipyards Park. (Submitted by Mark Kelly) Welcome home: Louisa Kooneeliusie sent us this shot of Johnny Keyootak with his dog team from Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut. (Submitted by Louisa Kooneeliusie) After bitterly cold temperatures, some parts of the North experienced a bit of a heat wave later in the month: '"his is what the sky looks like at +5 C in January in Northern Canada!' said Nicky Lynn Richards, who sent us this great shot from Norman Wells. (Submitted by Nicky Lynn Richards)