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Miles Canyon

Art meets nature and history

Historic Miles Canyon holds a special place in the story of Whitehorse. Today’s picturesque hiking trails, pedestrian suspension bridge and impressive rock cliffs are a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. And the...

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Ride to Live, Live to Ride

Whitehorse’s ninth annual Ride for Dad is happening … and you can help out.According to the Canadian Cancer Society, approximately 11 Canadian men died of prostate cancer each day in 2017. Approximately 58 men were diagnosed...

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Capturing the Beauty of Miles Canyon

If you’re a Yukon resident, you’ve no doubt walked, biked or skied the trodden path of the Miles Canyon trail. Perhaps you’ve observed the gradient of the canyon’s rocky columns, watched canoeists paddling from atop the...

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Hepburn Tramway Historic Walk

“There is nothing like walking to get the feel of acountry.  A fine landscape is like a piece of music; itmust be taken at the right tempo.  Even a bicycle goestoo fast.”Paul Scott MowrerWhitehorse resident Peter Long is an avid...

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Reflections on Miles Canyon in Art

The 20th Century artist Marc Chagall once stated, “Great art picks up where nature ends.”After organizing this year’s Miles Canyon In Art event, hosted by the Yukon Conservation Society (YCS), I certainly agree.On Friday July...

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The Best of the Yukon Night Skies

Springtime night skies offer an endless bounty of galaxies, nebula and star clusters, waiting to be explored.Whether you prefer binoculars or a telescope, there is no other time of year when the night sky is so plentiful with...

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