Cold Edge Of Heaven

Set in 1924, Cold Edge of Heaven is a story of murder, mystery, and love—intensified by a clash of cultures between RCMP officers and the Inuit guides who live and work alongside them. It is a uniquely Canadian story about a time when Canada was claiming and asserting its sovereignty in the Arctic while still discovering itself as a nation.

True North Rising

In this captivating memoir, Whit Fraser weaves scenes from more than fifty years of reporting and living in the North with fascinating portraits of the Dene and Inuit activists who successfully overturned the colonial order and politically reshaped Canada—including his wife, Mary Simon, Canada’s first Indigenous governor general.