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Issue: 2016-06-02

His Saturn Returned and He’s Heading Out

Saturn is somewhere in its grand orbit when you’re born. When it comes round again, 29.5years later, astrologers say it can mean big changes in your life.For Whitehorse musician Jona Barr, it was during his own period of Saturn...

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The Little Fish With Many Names

Someone once said, “Give a man a fish, and you will teach a man where to get free fish.” If you try to give a fish to a local – in places where salmon are plentiful – many will ask what kind, before accepting.Apparently to...

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Stay on the Trail

“It requires a lot of discipline to stay on the trail – not just the ski trail,” says Gary Bailie, “butthe trail of life.”Skiing is definitely a way of life for Bailie, who has been running and coaching the Whitehorse-based...

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Taking it Personally

Men are notoriously skittish about admitting they have plumbing problems. But not Tom Amson.The retired addictions counsellor says the loss of sexual function after surgery to remove his cancerous prostate took some...

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Three Weeks in Iceland

Hvernig segir maður, “I’m completely lost” á íslensku? What’s that, you say? Icelandic is one of the most difficult languages to learn? On second thought, perhaps I’ll just fall back on the old standard; hand...

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Yoga Through the Summer

Dawson City – get ready for yoga with Sabu Chaitanya. He’s on his way to instruct a full one-month intensive in the Klondike.The course begins June 6 and concludes on July 1 and it’s called an “intensive” for a reason. It’s a...

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