Your North: Greatest reader photographs for the weeks of April 8, 15, 22



Because the calendar quickly heads in the direction of Might, spring sights are plentiful throughout the territories, highlighted in a few of your unbelievable photographs from the previous few weeks.

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Rejoice! The 20th-annual Nunavut Quest sled canine race ended earlier this month in Arctic Bay, Nunavut. Locals participated within the annual custom of lifting up the sleds of members as they crossed the end line. The 300-kilometre, week-long race started in Pond Inlet. (Submitted by Hannah Kadloo)

Because the calendar quickly heads in the direction of Might, spring sights are plentiful throughout the territories. Check out your finest photographs of the previous few weeks from Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon:

What a second! ‘Caught this cute couple having an argument yesterday night in Sachs Harbour (N.W.T.),’ Cassandre Mason wrote. (Submitted by Cassandre Mason)

Merely beautiful. This sundog shot, taken by Julia Qatsiya exterior of Cape Dorset, Nunavut, acquired over 1,00zero likes on our CBC Nunavut Fb web page. It is simple to see why. (Submitted by Julia Qatsiya)

Chris Kelly shared this 1:30 a.m. sundown with the aurora over the Arctic Ocean from Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. He says on the time, it was a crisp -35 C with the windchill! (Submitted by Chris Kelly)

A spring deal with in Yukon: having fun with the warmth of the sunshine from the coolness of a snow financial institution. Tannis Thompson noticed this lynx close to Jarvis Creek. (Submitted by Tannis Thompson)

Good haul! Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut’s Atamie Innualuk despatched us this shot of a latest fishing journey. (Submitted by Atamie Innualuk)

Good day for making an igloo! Johnny Arnaituk despatched this Northern selfie to our CBC Nunavut Fb web page. (Submitted by Johnny Arnaituk)

How’s that for a picturesque spring shot? Marianna Berko took this shot over Fish Lake, Yukon. (Submitted by Marianna Berko)

It seems just like the mouth of some huge creature, but it surely’s really ice and snow! Myrtle Graham shared this picture of 1 chunk splitting aside throughout the spring soften on the N.W.T.’s Alexandra Falls. (Submitted by Myrtle Graham)

The aurora dance over a beautiful owl mural in Iqaluit, captured on this shot by Invoice Williams. (Submitted by Invoice Williams)

This little man’s prepared for spring! Minnie Clark took this shot of a floor squirrel at Little Atlin Lake, Yukon. (Submitted by Minnie Clark)

Stars and aurora dance over Fort Simpson, N.W.T., on this superb composite shot from Todd Noseworthy. (Submitted by Todd Noseworthy)

‘Tis the season for these little treasures to begin bobbing up! Lara Melnik despatched this seasonal shot to our CBC Yukon Fb web page. (Submitted by Lara Melnik)

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