February 26 2020

What’s Up Yukon February 26, 2020 Issue

So cheesy

Cultured Fine Cheese has become a specialty shop that offers the necessary ingredients for a fabulous meal and the perfect snack.

Inside Didee’s Purse & Didoo’s Purse

Inside Didee’s Purse You’ll find his knife. You’ll find his Bible. You’ll find his matches. You’ll find his rope. You’ll find his pipe. You’ll find his snuff. You’ll find his cup. You’ll find his bandana. You’ll find his Vicks. You’ll find his candle. You’ll find his rosin. You’ll find his snares. You’ll find his traps. …

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Curious about coats of arms?

Heraldry is a way for individuals, institutions and groups to identify themselves visually. Coats of arms tell personal stories about the people they represent.

Charlie Bear the corgi

Happy birthday, Charlie Bear!

Clearly, Charlie Bear is family and was from the moment Morgan met her. Along with Lambert, the family of three shared some very special years together. *When Lambert took ill, and then died in 2018, Charlie Bear took on an even more meaningful role. 

The bead goes on

Weekend symposium brings together beaders from across Canada Last year there was a beading conference in Toronto. It was organized in conjunction with Beads They’re Sewn So Tight, an exhibition of contemporary beadwork curated by Lisa Myers at the National Textile Museum. I heard a lot of people say they wished they could go, especially around …

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Helping Northerners Deal with the Realities of Climate Change

Yukoner Brian Horton Joins the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices’ Expert Advisory Panel on Climate Adaptation Brian Horton, Manager of the Northern Climate ExChange, has recently been appointed to the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices’ Expert Advisory Panel on Climate Adaptation. The Canadian Institute for Climate Choices is a newly created independent climate policy research organization.  …

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There are 40 of them

How many does your child have? [one_half] Ever wonder why some young people grow up without difficulty while others struggle? Think back to your childhood and teen years and reflect on the structures, activities and relationships that contributed to who you are today. Were there key people or experiences that were in your life at …

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Yukon See It Here: Liam Cowan

The northern lights danced briefly in the Kluane Lake area before the clouds rolled in on February 5th, 2020.  Photo: Liam Cowan [box] Hello Loyal What’s Up Yukon Readers,  We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on to [email protected][/box]

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