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Issue: 2017-11-08

Supporting great health care in the Yukon

Philip Fitzgerald was embarrassed when he is asked about his greatest sense of accomplishment as the chair of the Yukon Hospital Foundation.“It sounds too financial,” he explained.Well?“It doesn’t sound right,” he said, finally....

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Gordie Tentrees previews new album

Making his seventh album was the most fun Gordie Tentrees has had as a musician, but it didn’t start out that way.“It was the toughest thing I’ve ever done,” Tentrees said, looking back on the album, which is a collection of new...

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Lest we forget

One of the childhood traditions if you grew up in Canada is the annual school Remembrance Day ceremony. Some day right before the statutory holiday, class by class students march down to the gymnasium to sit in rows and watch...

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Whip ‘em out and measure!

It has long been accepted that the tallest of tales reside in areas where fishing and hunting abound. It’s hard to say what exactly it is about the pristine waters of a prime fishing hole or a swamp at rut, but it seems that...

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Warming Fall Recipes

Flemish Beef Stew1 slice bacon2 medium white onions, sliced2 pounds stewing beef, cut in I inch cubes1 ½ Tbsp flour3 cups beer1 small bay leafPinch of thyme1 clove garlic1 Tbsp sugar1 tsp white vinegarSalt and pepper to tasteIn...

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