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Issue: 2012-09-27

Adding to His Mileage

Mike Rud has packed a lot of musical mileage into his 44 years.The Edmonton-born jazz guitarist has three CDS to his name, not to mention an impressive list of performing and teaching stints in Vancouver, Edmonton, New York City...

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Conflicting Concepts of Justice

The discovery of long-buried human remains in Dawson City two years ago shone a public spotlight on a little-known chapter in Yukon history.The four bodies unearthed at the site of a former Northwest Mounted Police palisade...

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A Game for Life

The sport has been called “jet-propelled chess”, “the healthiest sport to play” and “the world’s most dangerous sport”.With a range of monikers like that, it’s no wonder that at...

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Best-Dressed

If you asked me what my favourite food was, and I was actually honest about it, I would probably have to say refined sugar. And pizza.This being said, I am a person who is pretty into nutrition—I am relatively educated about it...

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Showing Their IZM

It all started with a movie.When Yvon Soglo was growing up in Aylmer, Quebec, his preferred method of physical expression was channeled through sports. Then in high school he saw a film called Breaking, and a new world opened...

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Belting a Brighter Blues

Matt Andersen can really sing.With a range spanning from powerful baritone to delicate and intricate, he drives his music with a confidence and ability that makes you pay attention.Following a European tour, Andersen will be...

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