Issue: 2023 March 8


Loving The Skin You’re In

In parts of Canada, winter will soon slowly begin to make its way out, and spring will make its way in. In other parts of the country…


An Invitation To The Party

It’s not going to be easy to go into the solo showroom to see The Party, by Whitehorse-based artist Nicole Bauberger…

A portable sauna

Heating Up With Yukon Sauna

Yukon Sauna, started by Tyler and Joyce Rempel, originally came to be when the two wanted a portable sauna for their own use.

Weeknight Sesame Peanut Noodles

Weeknight Sesame Peanut Noodles

These cold noodles can do no wrong—they’re a great light dinner and a great way to use up leftover pasta. They can also sit a few days…

An open field covered in snow

Why Wait Till Spring?

The first official day of spring is right around the corner (though in the North, it usually feels more like a seemingly random date…

A baby in a wash tub

Don’t throw Out The Baby …

For some odd reason, this idiom has popped into my head several times in the past weeks: “Don’t throw out the ‘baby’ with the bathwater.”

three actors pose for a portrait

Wyrd: A Musical UnFairytale

The idea for Wyrd first came about after playwrights Katherine McCallum and Angela Drainville met for the first time in 2017.



Endless forests stand as the majestic backdrop to much of the Yukon, but by looking down, you can see a much more…

A loaded bike for a road trip

How To Bike Tour

People have been travelling long distances on bicycles since the invention of the two-wheeled  vehicle. A British man named John Foster…

A Dog

Dog Culture: Pumpkin and Osito

My dog Pumpkin, whom my wife and I adopted from Grizzly Valley Farms several years ago, pictured with her pup Osito (Little Bear in Spanish).

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