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Celebrate First Nations Culture

Take some time off work – that’s the only way you’ll be able to enjoy all the programming offered by the Adäka Cultural Festival this month.That’s the suggestion from Lynn Feasey, director of arts for Yukon First Nations Culture...

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A portal to the world

Yukon artist Lawrie Crawford imagined a gallery, an airy space with high ceilings and bigbeautiful windows. She could picture Suzanne Paleczny’s sculpture of Icarus hanging there.With that vision an idea was born. Crawford and...

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A goldmine of history

I have an idea that would really put the Yukon on the world map: let’s build a True North Queen School. Tourists and Yukon students could spend few weeks at the Queen School, named after the wealth of history Rendezvous Queens...

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Two Exciting Yukon Lives

“I was ready to live here permanently the day I got here – the land just drew (me) in,” says Velma Hull. The day she is speaking of was 57 years ago, when she and her husband –  well-known local handyman and one-time bike...

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Frolic for Foodies

At the end of July, foodies from across the country will travel north to take part in the 2015 Yukon Culinary Festival.Now in its third year, the festival will showcase and celebrate the Yukon’s local food movement to visitors...

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