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The Evolution of a Home

By 2001, however, that big detached deck on the front of the house was deteriorating and we decided that a verandah running across the entire front of the house would cut down on the seasonal evening sun glare and provide what...

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Home Is Where the Heart Is

In August of 2008, we had ground cleared so we could build a new house. It wouldn’t be very big or fancy, but it would be a clean, dry place to live.You see, the previous winter I had had pneumonia. Which was exacerbated...

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Hold Onto that Heat

Woodstoves are still a very traditional heat source for our homes and cabins. Firewood and stoves have always been messy with chips and bark in a trail from the woodpile to the stove, but it’s the way of the north.Sadly firewood...

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This is Home

Former Yukoner Jerome Stueart and Yukon author Marcelle Dubé will read together form their books on Dec. 13 at Baked Cafe. It will be an evening about fantasy novels. Marcelle Dubé is still deciding from which of her many books...

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“It Can Happen to Anybody”

“Once you hit homelessness your world crumbles. People don’t know that there’s people who care.”So says Kerry Nolan, who is speaking first hand.Now, she is the administrative coordinator at the Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre...

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