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Issue: 2011-09-08

Trying Some Malbecs

After more than a month of grey skies and rain, the sun finally made a re-appearance over my lake.Still, it feels like it is too late for summer, with the first trees turning yellow, the underbrush taking on reddish hues, and...

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Derby Girls on a Roll

It’s a lot of work being a Yukon Roller Girl.There are two practices a week that keep you on your skates for a few hours at a time.There are boot camps to organize and attend, funds to raise through skate-a-thons, bar...

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New Option for Film Fans

Whitehorse filmgoers have a new monthly option to indulge their tastes.The Yukon Film Society (YFS) and the Yukon Arts Centre (YAC) have teamed up to present the Available Light Cinema series, starting this Sunday.”This is...

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Witnessing Arctic Change

On my second day on board ship we saw a cow and calf blue whale,” says Emerald Kains. “The opportunity to share a moment with the largest animals on the planet was so surreal and moving.”Kains, a recent...

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A life on the edge

Ione Christensen, Yukon writer, mother, pioneer and politician, is writing an autobiography spanning three generations.The daughter of RCMP corporal G. I. Cameron and lay nurse Martha, Ione was raised in Fort Selkirk, a once...

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Yukon B-Boys Go International

It took nearly two weeks of persistent e-mails, phone calls and text messages to nail down an interview with the Whitehorse breakdancing crew, Groundwork Sessions (GWS).The chase finally resulted in a late-night Skype interview...

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