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The Yukon’s greatest love story

partnership with Stanley McLellan and Ludwig Swanson, two prospectors who had located rich hardrock gold veins a mile above lake level in the high mountains at the south end of West Taku Arm on Tagish Lake, which they called...

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Swipe Left, Swipe Right

Perpetually single and constantly moving all over the world, settling into a new place can be tough. How do you meet people? How do you get into a good clique? How do you meet a decent or even “normal” person who you don’t want...

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It’s not you, It’s the Yukon

This is part 4 of a four part series, chronicling one woman’s Tinder dating experience (or lack therof) in the North.  I heard a rumour that the old pond hockey tournament in Whitehorse was started by a woman seeking to land an...

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It’s Not All Greek

When you think of the Greek philosopher, Plato – if you think of him at all – the expression “party animal” might not come to mind.But Zuppa Theatre Co. would like to change that.The Halifax-based troupe has taken...

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Love, Ambivalently

Many beloved Christmas films had inauspicious debuts. It’s a Wonderful Life lost money for the studio when it was released in 1946, but television viewings turned it into a bona fide classic 30 years after its release.Similarly,...

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Forbidden Love

Montreal filmmaker Maxime Grioux’s 2014 film, called Félix et Meria, is a forbidden love story – and it has been earning wide acclaim. It has been nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Foreign Language Film category, and it...

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