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Issue: 2008-06-27

The thinking-man’s folksinger

There’s a new folksinger passing through the Yukon … and he’s prepared.He may never have been North before, but Cort Delano’s “got my tin pan and gunny sack.”This Albertan roots musician, like...

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Ich Bin Ein Yukoner

Happy Birthday, Canada!You have come into your own these past 141 years, warmly regarded as a place of strong values, freedom and a sense of community taking care of community.Canada, you have never forgotten that you were born...

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Beautiful Beans

Here is another make-ahead salad to add to your summer repertoire.This recipe is a great one for adding colour, fibre and flavour to your Yukon picnics. Make ahead since it will, like us, improve with age.Beans – both fresh...

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Casper, The Friendly Colt

There’s a new baby on the farm.Well, I am far too excited to write anything serious today. We have a brand new addition to the farm. A beautiful buckskin colt who we are currently calling Casper.I’m not positive if...

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Bringing Up the Rear

Riding has a tendency to push your personal limits. Whether it is the distance you cover in a day … or your speed … or the cold weather … or how bad a road you can navigate successfully.The problem is I seem to...

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Beer By Committee (this will end badly)

How would you like to start a business with 50,000 of your closest friends, pals, friends of friends, acquaintances and complete strangers?What if it only cost you $50 to start and you had a vote in what products you sell, how...

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Singles group enjoying success

Simonne Chalifoux is well on her way to becoming an expert on the single scene in Whitehorse.As the founder/organizer/host/everything else of the Whitehorse Singles Group, she has seen what works, what doesn’t work, the...

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