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Issue: 2019-10-09

WUY October 9, 2019 Issue

Underground Music Scene

Read It On your Tablet


The peoples of the circumpolar regions have been keeping warm with the help of snow for thousands of years. Even today, they still use snow structures for hunt camps and emergency situations. They are probably a bit more resilient than most of us but Read more

Yukon Winter

On April 10, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau announced that grades five, six and seven won the 2019 edition of Canada’s Coolest School Trip. To enter, classes from across Canada submitted a photo essay about a stewardship activity that they participated Read more

Teslin

Discover the Okanagan

Kylie Campbell

The last day involved experiencing the Okanagan bucket list’s top winery—Mission Hill. We booked half an hour in advance for the Mission Hill Sommelier Experience. Read more

Travel Outside

Whatever your language or culture, your gift to the future is to provide wonder for kids to chew on in their strollers. Read more

Literature

Weeknight crepes

Sydney Keddy

Crepes make a great light dinner. They are somewhere between a ‘breakfast for dinner’ type meal and making dessert the star of the show. Jam is generally my go-to with these simple crepes, but you could fill them will all sorts of savoury bits. Read more

Yukon Food & Drink

Beneath The Broadcast

Rick Massie

Last winter, nine bands entered the CBC Yukon basement. There, each completed a one-shot live music video. The clips were compiled into a 45-minute segment and released as Beneath the Broadcast at an April screening in Whitehorse. Read more

Yukon Music

There are essays on Canadian culture, and a section on national scandals and cover-ups—enough to make you forget all about SNC Lavalin. Read more

Literature

Mike Mancini

Evan Rensch

Elsa’s prospects rose and fell with the price of minerals. Its population swelled to 700 in the 1940s, drawing people from allover the world to work on the site. Read more

Yukon History

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Issue: 2019-10-09, PHOTO: Bryan Sylvestre

Hello Everybody, We invite you to share your photos of Yukon life. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on to editor@WhatsUpYukon.com. Read more

Yukon See It Here