Kay Linley

A dog musher training in Autumn

Dog Song Rising

The Yukon Quest was previously 1,000 miles and is now split into two lengths, one on the American side and the other on the Canadian side.

A dog musher in a race

Dog Song Rising

Over the holidays I had the opportunity to interview Jess Sears, a dog musher based in the Whitehorse area.

Panoramic view of Tombstone Territorial Park

The Colour Of Light

There are many different ways we experience energy—from singing out loud, while driving to work, to using hydro-electricity for our power.

Weaving Willow, Weaving Voices

On a hot day in Dawson City this August, I had the opportunity to speak with the four artists of Weaving Voices: Bo Yeung, Chris Clarke, Jackie Olson and Sue Parsons. We sat in the shade of their intricately woven willow structure located outside of the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre, facing toward the Yukon River. …

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One, Two, Three, Jump!

As I watched footage of Paul Litherland’s “near miss” during his first BASE jump in a squirrel suit, I thought to myself, “that’s enough to stop anyone from BASE jumping”. Then, the very next clip showed him ready to make the jump again. It is hard for me to believe that Litherland, a photographer and …

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