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Colin Hodd

Canada Day has come and gone. The flag has been praised, the beer has been drunk, and you are swept up in patriotic fervour. You could wait another year to celebrate the birth of a North American democracy, or you could find your way to our Alaskan Read more

Alaska

You have a problem. Through no fault of your own you have acquired a "Guy." This is to say a human male and not a "guy" in the old sense of the word (which, for those of you who don't know, would be an effigy of noted explosives enthusiast Guy Fawke Read more

Yukon Families

At Colin Alexander's Northern Icons exhibit in the Rah Rah Gallery, you would be forgiven if at first you thought you were looking at old, blown-up photographs. But the eyes boring into yours are charcoal and watercolour. They were human, once. Then Read more

Yukon Arts

We all pay just a little more attention to coverage of events we attended just in case we are On TV. But On TV usually happens somewhere else, somewhere we can't reach. But there is something waiting to bridge that gap. Always there, often forgotten, Read more

Humour

Rufiange-Holway learned that a partnership had been reached between the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and Habitat for Humanity Canada. The goal was to provide home ownership for low-income citizens on reserves and settlement lands in Canada. Read more

Making A Difference!

Dying of embarrassment is sheer hyperbole. Except when it isn't. When something is too embarrassing, or too damaging to our pride, we often don't talk about it. Sometimes these things are harmless. Sometimes they can kill. Read more

Making A Difference!