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Issue: 2015-08-13

Sharing the Past

Out on the old Alaska Highway, halfway to Haines Junction and only a few kilometres from Champagne, an observant traveller may spot Kwaday Dan Kenji, or Long Ago People’s Place.The privately-owned camp, the only one of its kind...

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A Star in LA

It’s the last Thursday evening in July, and Elyn Jones is sitting beside the parking lot of Universal Studios giving an interview on her cell phone.She and her husband, Jerome McIntyre and their daughter Breda, 12, have spent a...

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Dancing in Denmark

Destiny Clennett, 13, was one of eight students from Northern Lights School of Dance (NLSD) to attend the 13th World Congress of Dance and the Child International (daCi) in Copenhagen, Denmark in July.I was five when I started...

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Hardest Year Yet

On the first day of kindergarten I didn’t know what to expect; playtime was now scheduledbetween certain hours and, in order to sit in the circle with the other kids, you needed to pass the test of finding your name.These were...

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A Northern Diary

Carolyn Vincent taught in the Yukon in the 1970s and also cooked for an outfitter for a few months in 1976. She typed out a diary of what her life was like during that time. We are reprinting it here with minimal editorial...

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E.T. Call P.C.

During my daily walks with the dogs in the woods between Porter Creek and the college, I can’t help noticing long straight corridors cut through the trees.At first, I naturally assumed these were the Whitehorse equivalent of the...

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Celebrating stewardship

When Shea Newnham goes to Wolf Creek Campground, he can still see the trail that he helped build as a Yukon Youth Conservation Corps (Y2C2) member.Ryan Drummond sees his stint as “the beginning of my understanding of the real...

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