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Alex VanBibber

Remembering Alex Van Bibber

Some people should live forever; I felt immense loss as I heard about Alex Van Bibber’s passing on November 26, 2014, at the age of 98.I first heard about Alex van Bibber when I came to Canada in 1985. I was living in Atlin and...

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Along the Jo-Jo Lake Trail

The history of the Jo-Jo Lake trail goes a long way back, as the people of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations can tell you.”It’s been a horse trail for hunting forever, since way before my time,”...

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Pushing Their Limits

Fourteen lucky young Yukoners will get the opportunity to take part in an outdoor education camp this July for free.The Yukon Fish and Game Association’s 25th annual Outdoor Education Camp takes place July 2-9 and it...

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Yukon’s Own Middle Earth

Somewhere high in the mountains there is a small, deep lake in between three mountain peaks. It’s a magical place.It was a golden summer day in autumn. More golden because the poplar leaves turned very yellow this year,...

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Coming Home: 509 Strickland

In 2008 my sisters and I travelled to Ireland. We were looking for “Grandma’s house” and the “Dale Castle”.One afternoon in Dublin our taxi cab driver delivered us to 120 Tritonville Road – a posh...

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