Issue: 2020-01-15


Breaking The Ice

Read It On your Tablet


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Pixabay

With all of today’s technology, it’s amazing how some stories stay under the radar. The times are rare when you trip over a situation in which the lifeblood of a powerful government agency was dependent on one ordinary Joe. Read more

Yukon History


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Amber Church

Amber Church hopes guests will share her love for the scope and diversity that Canada has to offer. Her solo exhibition True North Strong and Free features new work and is her first solo show in more than three-and-a-half years. Read more

Yukon Arts


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: courtesy of Sandra Storey

It seems to me that we struggle for good stories about death. In the long goodbye: Mother had Alzheimer’s, Sandra Grace Storey has generously, and honestly, taken us to a raw and vulnerable place in her own life. Read more

Yukon Arts


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: courtesy of Heart of Riverdale

When young dancers are given full creative control to choreograph and develop their own performances, audiences are in for a treat. This is exactly what the audience of this month’s Go Nuts shows will have the opportunity to experience. Read more

Theatre - Dance


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Steve Wilson

ello 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: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Brenda Humenny

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 Read more

Yukon See It Here


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: courtesy of Nakai Theatre/Erik Pinkerton

If you feel a strong connection to the Yukon and you like variety and fun in your entertainment, or if you’d just like a good excuse to hire a baby-sitter and get together with friends on a cold January evening Read more

Arts & Culture Events


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Rick Zuran

A creature out of Deep Space Nine? Alien roadways? Actually these are local pictures I took in the Marsh Lake area Yukon, of structures in lake ice last spring. Read more



Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Murray Martin

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: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Hugh Copland

It’s not a big gamble to bet that when two continent-sized pieces of the earth’s crust collide into each other, there’s bound to be some dramatic results. Layers of rock several kilometres thick are crushed, fractured and folded. Read more



Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Pixabay

It’s hard water fishing time again and like every other year, we will hear news of trucks, snow machines and people going through the ice. Those events can be very dangerous and costly, even if your auto insurance does cover you. Read more

Yukon Hunting - Fishing


Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Pixabay

Our friend Bob is one of those congenial sorts, with a gentle demeanour. He would open a door for you, if that’s what was needed, or offer a handshake or a smile. He’s no pushover, mind you, and he has solid convictions. Read more



Issue: 2020-01-15, PHOTO: Sydney Keddy

By the middle of January, with all the festivity leftovers finally out of the house, the will to go to the grocery store always tends to wane in our home. This fast pasta makes a great dinner for two with just a few ingredients. Read more


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, PHOTO: Allan Benjamin