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Issue: 2015-10-15

Beyond Thought

walking trails. We live not close to nature, but in nature. What is great is that so many of us are out there daily on the walking trails enjoying it.But we are also busy folks. We go to our jobs, get the kids to school and...

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Telling stories

Sharon Shorty and I first met back in 2005 when I worked at the Yukon College Library with her awesome husband, Derek Yap. Sharon was born and raised in Whitehorse and is a member of the Teslin Tlingit First Nation. She is a...

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Mrs. Gideon’s Ghost

Anne Morgan got more than she bargained for when she and Jamie Toole decided to buy and restore the historic Caribou Hotel in Carcross.”We didn’t know it was haunted when we bought it. We’re pretty aware of it...

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Crazy ’bout a Mercury

“Well if I had moneyTell you what I’d doI’d go downtown and buy a Mercury or twoCrazy ’bout a MercuryLord I’m crazy ’bout a MercuryI’m gonna buy me a MercuryAnd cruise it up and down the...

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Death by Camas

Yes, a new form of torture has been developed, involving an unrelenting repetition of a single passage from the Myth of Sisyphus – what? C-A-M-A-S? So, not Albert? Oh…sorry about that. Let’s begin again.I love the...

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Queen School In The North

The Yukon Rendezvous Sourdough (YSR) Queen School runs from November until the following February, when the next queen is chosen. Queen candidates, (QC’s) meet weekly for two hours with a break over Christmas time. It’s a...

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