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Issue: 2016-09-29

Family Vacation

As children are once again back in school — practicing their writing skills by reporting on the topic “What I did last summer,” — it is a good time to reflect on how effective the opportunities for family-related...

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Bittersweet September

September has the ability to feel more like the start of a new year than January. Peoplemigrating home after their summer adventures and the return of the cool weather, brings a sense of something new and of settling back into...

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Building Tourism From the Ground Up

The Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre, a cultural hub of our capital city, will see national delegates focused on aboriginal economic development arrive on Monday, October 3 for the CANDO 23rd annual conference: Partnerships for...

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Pop-Up Drive-In

Movie lovers have a chance this weekend to experience a rare venue for viewing in the north – a pop-up drive-in movie night is set for October 1 at The Cut Off Restaurant and Pub parking lot.The latest creative entry in the fine...

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Remembering Lenny

If you’re doing a stage show about a highly-admired guitarist, being able to render the music isa big help. Fortunately, Whitehorse musician Nicholas Mah has been playing the music of his dramatic subject, the late Lenny...

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Doors are Open for Culture Days

The Yukon is recognized for its rich cultural diversity, and you are invited to experience it during the seventh national Culture Days and Doors Open celebration, from Friday, September 30 through to Sunday, October 2.“The best...

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Apple Recipes

Apple Pandowdy              Ingredients:4 cups peeled, cored and sliced apples                1 cup brown sugar    ¼ cup flour     1 tsp salt1 Tbsp vinegar        ¾ cup water                                                     ...

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