Issue: 2019-10-30


The World is Your Oyster

Read It On your Tablet

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Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Meredith Winkelaar

Kanye eased his way into our lives like a comfortable habit that's hard to break. He was a barn cat on my parents' farm in rural Ontario. Read more

Pawsitive Tails


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Steve Wilson

Hello Everybody, We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to Read more

Living With Wildlife


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: courtesy of Skills Canada Yukon

As a kid, I always enjoyed taking things apart and figuring out what makes them “tick.” Finding ways to make them work better or perform different functions than originally intended. Turns out a career as a heavy equipment technician Read more

Yukon People


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Sydney Keddy

It’s chilly out, and that means anything and everything creamy. If you’re looking to make this less of a side dish and more of a meal, add some blanched pasta to the cauliflower Read more



Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Anne Huang-Power

Have you tried kombucha; the effervescent sweet/sour beverage? Statistics say you likely have. Read more

Yukon Business


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: courtesy of Den Designs

Erin Holm will never forget the phone call she got while living in Australia in 2015. It was her father, calling to tell her he had been diagnosed with cancer and had only months to live. Holm moved home to Canada to be with him. Read more

Arts & Culture Events


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Susan Clark

I turned 70 this year. I’m pondering what this means. At 55 and 60, various senior discounts kicked in and it seemed kind of fun. Read more

Making A Difference!


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: Graydon Keenan

Even after a year of operating in downtown Whitehorse, Eddie Rideout, co-owner of Wayfarer Oyster House, stresses that his restaurant does more than just oysters. Read more

Yukon Business


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: David Beecroft

Without question, Phil Dwyer was the only first-year law student at the University of New Brunswick in 2014 sporting an Order of Canada pin in his lapel. Read more

Yukon Arts


Issue: 2019-10-30, PHOTO: courtesy of Ruth Unrau

The research is in. When women lead the way, companies, organizations, and communities all benefit. Study after study has concluded that having more female leaders in top positions is correlated with increased profitability and performance. Read more

Making A Difference!