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Issue: 2015-02-05

The paperless office

It’s not really a truck with a paper shredder in the back; it’s more like a shredder-onwheels. And when you see the shredder-on-wheels parked outside a business on a Thursday with its lights flashing, paper...

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Cold Water Immersion

The 1-10-1 principle refers to time: one minute, 10 minutes, and one hour. “One minute” deals with cold-water shock; when you first fall into the cold water.There will be an immediate deep gasp followed by hyperventilation and...

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Rocking the Klondike

It’s younger than the Stanley Cup (1892), but a decade older than the Grey Cup (1909). And in the world of curling, it makes the national men’s championship originally named to promote the Macdonald Tobacco...

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From handler to racer

After almost a decade of being a Yukon Quest handler, partner, sponsor, and anything else required, Tamra Reynolds is embarking on her very own Yukon Quest.Her journey to the Quest start-line started in 2003. While living in...

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The Many Faces of Claire Ness

I’m in the ‘98 drinking water (sober January) and waiting for Claire Ness to arrive. “LondonCalling” by The Clash is playing, which, for some reason, doesn’t feel out of place here.Once Claire arrives, the first topic we land on...

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SMRT Pop Ups

“It’s an exploratory adventure,” says Sofia Fortin, one of the masterminds behind thecurrently ongoing SMRT Pop Ups initiative at Rah Rah Gallery.“A bunch of us were getting together to talk politics, talk shop,” she says. “An...

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