July 31, 2014

Along the Boardwalks in Dawson City

Ask tourists what they like about Dawson City and you get a variety of responses. They like the old buildings and the sense of history they convey. They like that the town doesn’t seem to be frozen in history — that there is a day-to-day life here. more »

Jul 31, 2014 North to the Klondike


July 31, 2014

Summer Insomnia

Most of us attribute summer fatigue to long days, late nights and too much to do. For some people, though, summer insomnia is more complicated and serious than that. more »

Jul 31, 2014 Culture

July 31, 2014

Our Grand Yukon Canada Day Parade

July 1st 2014: What a beautiful sunny day it is amidst this not-yet very warm summer. more »

Jul 31, 2014 Active

July 31, 2014

Didee & Didoo

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Jul 31, 2014 Old Crow

July 24, 2014 Issue#388

Tracking down grandmother by land and water

Nadia White, great-granddaughter of Elmer (Stroller) and Alice Josephine (Josie) Keys White is on a quest to find out all she can about the life of her great- grandmother. more »

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This weeks COVER

Enjoy local foods under the midnight sun!

  • July 31, 2014

    A Foodie’s Dream Come True

    Birch syrup, fireweed jelly, juniper berry shortbread, and low bush cranberries are a few of the ingredients that will rise to the occasion for the Yukon Culinary Festival. more »

  • July 31, 2014

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    Not Easy Being Green

    If you’re heading out to Circle D Ranch for a few days of music and food this weekend, you’d be well-advised to bring your own eating and drinking gear, or at least a toonie to “rent” a plate. more »

  • July 24, 2014 Issue#388

    Fava Beans

    One of the biggest animal raising expenses in the Yukon is feed. So I am always on the look out for crops we can grow that will meet the nutritional needs of the animals. When I find something that might work I give it a try in the garden. If it does more »