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The Yukon

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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Yukon Visitors

Everyone has a list of family and close friends that they feel the need to make an effort to visit every decade or so. If you’re like me and your entire extended family lives outside the Yukon, they may be making an extra effort...

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Little Coyote Returns to the Den

A few years ago, Teagan Johnston sat in her kitchen, her face covered in fake blood. Herhusband took the photo in their Toronto apartment for the cover of her second EP, Blood and Bones, released in 2014.When they were barely...

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Capturing a Country’s Memories

When Charles Ketchabauw and Lisa Marie DiLiberto rolled into Whitehorse late last month, they weren’t your typical rubber-tire tourists.Sure, they had two small kids and a teardrop trailer in tow, which made their...

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Sharing Words

In 2015 Victoria-based poet Yvonne Blomer paid a visit to Whitehorse and did a reading of her poetry book, As If a Raven. In her poems she described various types of birds and also amused the audience by imitating the call of a...

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