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Small but beautiful

My husband and I learned to ski when we were three years old – something that is quite normal growing up in Switzerland in the 1980s – and we have enjoyed it ever since.So when we came to Whitehorse we were glad to learn about...

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Yukon Pilgrims Gather

Whitehorse resident Dianne Homan knows people make the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage for many reasons.So on March 15, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., she and the Yukon chapter of the Company of Canadian Pilgrims are hosting an...

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Bordeaux vs Meritage

Picking up a new bottle of wine can be as difficult as cracking a secret code. What do all of these symbols and words mean? What mystical juice is hiding inside the bottle? At the end of the day, we just want it to be tasty –...

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Travelling with Thomas

If you go by way of Laos and the U.S. East Coast, the journey from France to Yukon is anything but a straight line. But a brief reunion of two lifelong friends in Paris two summers ago proves you can get from there to...

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The Laundress and the Kick

Although women of Paris played an integral role in the French Revolution, once the dustsettled they were given a stern message by the new men in power: Stay home, tend to the children and leave the important business of...

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Only woodfire for this ethical bean

The best cup of coffee I’ve ever had was at the table of Philippe and Leandra Brient in the log-hewn home they built themselves.Outside the back window was a view of Atlin Mountain rising majestically from a valley of boreal...

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Wonder Dog

In 1918, a young American soldier emerged from the ruins of a militarykennel with a frantic, famished German Shepherd and her five newborn pups. Their survival on the battlefield in France was almost miraculous; Lee Duncan,...

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