January 15 2020

Wives Should Use Their Husband’s First Names

Wives Should Use Their Husband’s First Names Marion Schaefer should be Marion Esau. Debra Frost should be Debra Marvin. Brenda kaye should be Brenda Roger. Glenna Tetlichi should be Glenna Joe. Teresa Frost should be Teresa Harold. Deanna kykavichik should be Deanna Vernon. Mabel Tetlichi should be Mabel Randall. Marla Charlie should be Marla Douglas. …

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If Bob’s your uncle …

Bob’s your uncle is commonly heard in Britain. Perhaps you’ve heard it if you enjoy watching British mysteries or if you listen to British sitcoms.

Ice fishing safety

Yukon rivers all have currents, bends, gravel bars, log jams and usually decreasing water levels over the winter.

Bent rocks – Part 1

Living where we do in the cordillera region of western North America, we are able to see the power of plate tectonics up close. How do all these rocks get all bent out of shape?

Bizarre ice

A rare combination of crystal clear ice, a shallow, and variably coloured lake bottom, and a bright sunlight reflection set the stage for this unique environment of surreal dimensional ice phenomena.

Spice up you January with some variety

If you feel a strong connection to the Yukon and you like variety and fun in your entertainment, or if you’d just like a good excuse to hire a baby-sitter and get together with friends on a cold January evening, you could check out Nakai Theatre’s Pivot Festival 2020.

Getting nutty

 Go Nuts show created by the students of The Heart of Riverdale is an opportunity for the community to celebrate the successes of our students, which contributes to their self-confidence.

Canadian inspiration

Amber Church’s solo exhibition True North Strong and Free features new work and is her first solo show in more than three-and-a-half years.

Living With Wildlife – Steve Wilson

I never expected to see a (winter) spider walking, albeit very slowly, across our driveway on November 20, 2019. Camera: Nikon P1000 [box] We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to [email protected][/box]

Yukon See It Here: Brenda Hummeny

I took these photos of Yukon hiking life during the winter on December 2, 2019. [box]We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to <a href=”mailto:[email protected]”>[email protected]</a>[/box]