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Exploring an Arm

As she reached for his arm she saw it become tense; it was an involuntary reaction on his part, caused by the palsy affecting his left side since birth. more »

Oct 2, 2014 People

Man aiming rifle, close-up, rear view

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Long Range Fad

Today there are more and more articles on how guys are shooting game from 1000 metres away; what is this teaching our youngsters? more »

Oct 2, 2014 Hunting - Fishing

Hand and Foot Warmers

Not much can ruin a day quicker than cold hands or feet. Hands are easier to deal with because they can be exercised, or put into pockets to bring them back to life. more »

Oct 2, 2014 Winter

Keeping Busy On The Berton House Beat

Last evening our current writer-in-residence, Anik See, presented two of her essays to 15 people at the Dawson Community Library. See focuses particularly on landscape and people’s reactions to it, as well as an interest in the narratives people more »

Oct 2, 2014 North to the Klondike

Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Everyone has a doppelganger somewhere in the world, so they say. Sarah Manning, a small-time drifter, sees hers seconds before her double jumps in front of a train. Not one to miss an opportunity, Sarah snatches the bag the tragic woman left behind, more »

Sep 25, 2014 Movies and TV

Didee & Didoo

When I go for my walks I wear out my socks. I wear out my soles and my shoes has holes. I always walk with my dog but then he makes me jog. more »

Sep 25, 2014 Old Crow

Claire Ness entertains at last year's Culture Days, and will return this year

Photo: Moriah MacMillan

Come and Get Your Culture Days

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Sep 25, 2014 Culture

Photo courtesy of Julivanie Suhardja

A Female Perspective: Looking for Love Online

A while ago, What’s Up Yukon featured Mr. Charles Green’s articles, “Looking for Love Online”, from a male perspective. I am writing from my perspective, and experience. more »

Sep 25, 2014 Lifestyle

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Enjoy local foods under the midnight sun!

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    Experiencing Finnish Cuisine

    While reading The Boreal Feast, Miche Genest’s second cookbook, I wanted to pack my baggage and travel to Scandinavia. more »

  • Clandestine Crabapple Caper

    Yesterday the sun sank behind the mountains at the same moment as the final round of applause burst forth from the tents lining the roundabout at Shipyard's park — a poetic end to the farmer's market season. more »

  • Market Season Ends as the Seasons Change

    All good things must come to an end. And the summer outdoor market is no exception. Over the years we have enjoyed getting to know our summer market customers, and the other vendors become like family.So when the last market happens it is often a b more »

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