September 23 2020

The shows must go on!

Yukon theatre companies are finding creative ways to present work. Adapting shows and developing unique formats to fit with our new reality.

Chicken with cilantro and ginger

Cold weather recipes that still feel bright and light are hard to come by in a world of rich stews and heavy casseroles.

Living With Wildlife – Peter White

Photo of a red fox walking along the road leading to Fossil Point. We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife.

Another Silly Poem

If I were a turtle, I wouldn’t need a bulletproof vest. If I were a kangaroo, I wouldn’t need a pocket. If I were a giraffe, I wouldn’t need a ladder. If I were a bear, I wouldn’t need a fur coat. If I were an elephant, I wouldn’t need a forklift. If I were …

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We’re Wild About It!

The Yukon Wildlife Preserve voted into the top 10 percent of worldwide attractions to visit on Trip Advisor.

Tackling the Monster Plant

Rhubarb often goes straight into pies, cobblers and crisps, often the freezer first. Here are two amazing canned rhubarb recipes.

Chicken a la king, fit for a king

Chicken a la king Ingredients 4 ounce medium noodles 1 can condensed cream of chicken soup 16-oz can Carnation evaporated milk 1 tsp salt 1-1/2 cups shredded Velveeta cheese 2 cups of diced chicken 1 cup celery slices 1/2 cup diced green peppers 1 cup slivered blanched almonds ( toasted) Instructions Cook the noodles in …

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Back to (online) school

Little did we know that this Friday was our last day of pre-COVID normalcy for the rest of our university experience.

Diyet and the Love Soldiers

Diyet and the Love Soldiers

This July, Diyet and the Love Soldiers released a video project to accompany their song, “Brave Face.” The track was the third single and opener from the multi-stylistic group’s recent studio album, 2018’s Diyet and the Love Soldiers. The album had already received recent accolades including winning the Canadian Folk Music Award for Indigenous Songwriter …

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Old dog, new tricks

Hercule Poirot, the famous Belgian detective of Agatha Christie’s novels, said “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” I was a bit surprised recently, to find that I can indeed learn new things even when I feel like an old dog. When I retired, the little grey cells were feeling stagnant (I’d love to …

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