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Issue: 2016-03-10

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Issue: 2016-03-10


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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Kevin Taylor

Meet our dogs, they live for us, we live for them, the Yukon would not be the Yukon without Dog Culture. Send us photos of Yukon dogs and their people! Read more

Yukon Dog Culture

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Nicole Bauberger

Have you got a beading project you’ve been trying to finish? Do you want to learn more about First Nations traditional sewing? Florence Moses hosts a sewing circle Wednesday evenings from 5-9 p.m. in the office of the Nacho Nyak Dun Development... Read more

Yukon Active

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Dan Davidson

The Dragon arose just across the street from Klondike Kate’s in the 6 o'clock twilight and twirled itself into a tight coil before organizing itself for the dancing march. Then it extended its body and began its sinewy dance down King Street, past... Read more

Dawson City

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: wikimediacommons.org

In 1918, a young American soldier emerged from the ruins of a military kennel with a frantic, famished German Shepherd and her five newborn pups. Their survival on the battlefield in France was almost miraculous; Lee Duncan, their saviour, kept... Read more

Photography - Film

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Issue: 2016-03-10, Photo: Els Lundgaard

My dining companion went on a three week Mediterranean cruise. Without me! Good thing I have another friend. The two of us went to the 506 All Day Grill at, appropriately, 506 Main Street. We went there for lunch and it seemed all of Whitehorse... Read more

Yukon Food & Drink

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Selene Vakharia

Here is a fun health test you can do at home. Measure out two tablespoons of whole sesame seeds and swallow them with water. Take note of the time and wait and see how long they take to make their way out. This length of time is known as you... Read more

Health and Wellness

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Lori Garrison

Up until mid-July of last year, I had always had the same car – a 1999 standard transmission Honda CRV. When the rear CV joint went, I was cash strapped and just needed a vehicle to get me home to the Yukon from Naramata, BC, where I was working... Read more

Yukon Business

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Courtesy of Laird Herbert

I am tempted to call building your own house the ultimate DIY project. I don't mean selecting from a range of floorplans and materials and managing your contractors. I mean learning the basics of design, framing, finishing carpentry, electrical... Read more

Yukon Education

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Issue: 2016-03-10

One thing I often notice about winter is the way it makes you really appreciate warmth. It feels great to get out of the cold, cuddle up under a blanket and enjoy a hot beverage while you jealously flick through pictures online of other people’s... Read more

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Naomi Borisenko

“We’re very excited about the warm welcome at our new location,” says Pam Charman, events organizer for the Yukon Crafts Society. After many years hosting the Spring Spruce Bog Craft Fair at the Gold Rush, they’ve moved to the Westmark. Read more

Yukon Active

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Courtesy of Jeremy Johnson

Born and raised in the Klondike, Jeremy Johnson went to school in Whitehorse. After graduating from F.H. Collins Secondary School in 2009, he went to Port Alfred, South Africa to complete a year-long outdoor leadership program called "Beyond... Read more

Yukon People

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: Elke Reinhauer

Murder, betrayal or New Year celebrations - these are the topics on the list. It is December 30 and we have to decide which story will be on the cover of tomorrow’s newspaper. Unfortunately, there will be blood leaking from the newspaper on New... Read more

Travel Outside

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Issue: 2016-03-10, PHOTO: wikimediacommons.org

Until the mid to late 1800s, all firearms were muzzle-loaders, which, as the name implies, had to be loaded singly by pushing the components - powder, patch and projectile - down the barrel from the muzzle. This loading process made them slow to... Read more

Yukon Hunting - Fishing