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Gary Bailie

Keeping the Dream Alive

When Jolie Angelina McNabb was buried 16 years ago, Kwanlin Dün elders gave her the name, Blue Feather Eagle Woman. The Bluefeather Music Festival started in 2010 as a tribute concert to Jolie, who committed suicide.She had a...

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Stay on the Trail

“It requires a lot of discipline to stay on the trail – not just the ski trail,” says Gary Bailie, “butthe trail of life.”Skiing is definitely a way of life for Bailie, who has been running and coaching the Whitehorse-based...

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Blue Feather Turns 15

Gary Bailie has taken a personal tragedy and turned it into the fuel that powers him to produce the popular Blue Feather Music Festival.Now in its 15th year the annual music event was never meant to be the large-scale music...

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A positive, family-friendly music festival

It seems that the busier Gary Bailie gets, the happier he is.The producer of the annual Blue Feather Music Festival 2009 receives every new task as proof that this ninth, annual event is coming together bigger and better than...

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A Dual Legacy

Along with restoring the First Nations’ centre of learning to its traditional location, the new library in the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre realizes the vision of Yukon Public Libraries founder Bette Colyer: “To build...

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Back to the Water

Gary Bailie can’t keep the pride out of his voice as he guides a visitor around the imposing newKwanlin Dün Cultural Centre.As manager of the $25 million construction project, Bailie knows every inch of the 40,000...

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