Issue: 2022 November 23

The soup kitchen in Katutura

A Dispatch From Namibia Part 2

Once is the name of my taxi driver in Namibia (like once in a lifetime). People have strange names here: Darling, Given, Gift, or Mistake.

Mountains and Valleys

A Long Time Coming Part 2

The moose continued barrelling on his path for another hundred yards or so. Between us was an elevated creek bed and then a tiny meadow.

The venerable Arctic ground squirrel

Freeze-Proof Animals

Each winter, our furry neighbours don an extra-thick coat of fur and fat to make it through the winter. But a coat isn’t the only strategy…

Roasted Eggplant Sandwiches, with arugula and aged cheddar

Roasted Eggplant Sandwiches

Eggplant is often relegated to classic parmigiana, or baba ganoush. But it can be so much more! Take the time to salt and season it…

A holiday mailing box

The Purolator Artist

Purolator has unveiled this year’s limited-edition holiday art boxes representing all provinces and territories including a Yukon artist.

Snowmobiles on a frozen lake

So, You Need A Snowmobile

Two- or four-stroke? Long- or short-track? Utility or crossover? Snowmobile shopping can be overwhelming for a beginner…

A band

New Tunes En Route

On Halloween weekend, the 202 opened its doors once again to decorated and colourfully clad Yukoners (in costume).

Fabric wrapped Christmas gifts

DIY Eco-Friendly Christmas

According to Zero Waste Canada, only 1 per cent of everything the average person buys is still in use six months after Christmas.

A snow covered car

Prep That Ride!

Always have a snow brush to clean your entire vehicle off. Snow blowing off of your vehicle will make it invisible to other motorists.

Apple And Brown Sugar Grunt

Apple Brown Sugar Grunt

Chances are you know someone from Atlantic Canada, you’re related to someone from Atlantic Canada, or you are from Atlantic Canada.

A moose entree

How To Cook A Moose

I want to share with you a success I had this weekend. But first, hands up anyone who has ever overcooked a moose roast.

A choir on stage

The Choir Is Back

The Whitehorse Community Choir’s annual Christmas shows are happening Dec. 2-3, and won’t be scaled down due to pandemic restrictions.

A variety of ammunition cartridges

Ammunition Choices

Currently, there is a much greater variety of ammunition choices for hunters than ever before in firearm history.

A boardwalk along the beach

Becoming Age-Friendly

One of the marvelous things about knowledge is how so many people are willing to share it freely so that others can learn.

A woman and two men stand beside a float plane

A Long Time Coming Part 1

An hour before dawn, my alarm goes off like a foghorn behind my head. I frantically reach behind me to shut it off.

A sauna

Sauna Season

Saunas have grown a lot in popularity recently. Instagram is filled with pictures of stylish barrel saunas and wood-fired hot tubs.

Sonja Seeber, setting a marten trap

Breaking Trail

The new moon brought winter, including swans and more ducks taking a rest on our little lake. We will soon be breaking Trail.

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