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Issue: 2018-08-08

Issue: 2018-08-01

Lauren Humble


"Dr. Bronywyn Hancock is the associate vice president of Research Development at Yukon College"  Read It On Your Tablet!


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Dan Davidson

Of the five writers who have attracted folks to come and visit buildings and gravesites in the Klondike, that are attached to their names, Jack London was the first, having been one of the tens of thousands of men (mostly) and women (fewer) who scale more

Literature

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Allan Benjamin Old Crow Cartoonist

Shoo’ii and Sheek’aii cartoons and poems. These new characters will appear in Gwich’in and English. Whenever you see Shoo’ii and Sheek’all you can always be treated to a Gwich’in poem or Allan will simply have some vocabulary to share with you. more

Old Crow

Michelle Irvine enjoying the Mount McIntyre trails

Kylie Campbell

We live in the wilderness (in case you didn’t notice). Literally, we have 12 square kilometres per person of wild landscapes, untamed animals and often dodgy cell reception—and that can be all within city limits. The City of Whitehorse has over 700 k more

Yukon Active

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Credit: Pixabay

Back in the early days of the 1940s and ’50s we made most of our desserts at home rather than buying something at the local corner store. That way we knew exactly what was in them and the lady folks experimented from there to enhance the home baked t more

Recipes

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Cathie Archbould

“Northerners have been adapting for generations. It’s part of being a northerner … [it] is part of the culture. So, in some ways, some of these adaptation actions that we’re taking haven’t been traditionally labelled as climate change adaptations— more

The Green Issues

Keith Clark (left), Brenda Berezan and Kate Weekes

Danny Macdonald

A local Whitehorse book group, inspired by the epic poem Beowulf, have composed songs that will be performed on August 13. Keitha Clark, Kate Weekes and Brenda Berezan originally joked about the idea of writing songs based on the poem, but then one e more

Yukon Music

Van's '34 Ford Coupe under cover in the garage

Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé

“He had a bunch of old cars and I had a bunch of old cars.” That evening the long-time friends spoke about their recent projects and past finds. Van invited the guys—and me—to his garage, only to discover a treasure trove inside. more

, Beaver Creek

Murray shares some meat pie and quiche recipes

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When preparing to cook any wild game meat, try to remove as much of the fat as possible as this is where the game taste lingers. To reduce the game taste you can rub prepared mustard over the meat and leave it for a couple hours, then wash it off and more

Recipes

Canada Wide Science Fair Winners

Grace Snider

The Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) has been happening since 1962, and every year around three projects from the Yukon/Stikine Regional Science Fair are chosen to be part of the annual national event. This year, the CWSF took place in Ottawa, where, more

Yukon Education

Back To School

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It was surprising to me, as a parent, that preparing for kindergarten began in February when school registration opened. more

Yukon Education

Dog Culture: Dexter

Jen Sugden

I wanted to share this picture I took of my dog, more

Yukon Dog Culture

Conrad Campground

Credit: courtesy of the Government of Yukon

There is a precise and exact spot on the Alaska Highway between Watson Lake and Teslin, a little way northwest of Rancheria, where you cross the Continental Divide for the last time on your long journey to the northern hinterlands of our continent. more

Yukon Summer

Here are some amazing photos of a fox perched on the railing of our second-story deck.We set up a game camera, on our second-storey deck, to watch the flying squirrels who visit our feeder at night. When I checked the camera, I was shocked and amazed more

Living With Wildlife