Issue: 2011-07-21

Last week I was cornered by someone who asked what her options were for taking wine along on a paddling trip. For me, part of the experience of enjoying the outdoors is to end a day with friends by setting up camp with a great view, a good dinner... Read more


In a year of globetrotting, I had encountered precarious situations: having my money and ID stolen in New Zealand; being awakened by drunken men trying to enter my bungalow in Thailand, and hospitalized in that country with a suspected case of H1N1; Read more

Making A Difference!

The hours in question are noon and 5 pm, and the reason is simple. At these hours Parks Canada has the Keno blow its whistle. Read more

Dawson City

The phrases "a picture is worth a thousand words" and "those who forget history are doomed to repeat it" are taking on new meanings this summer at Arts in the Park. The annual lunch-time music series in Lepage Park is trying something new this... Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

If Bryden Baird had known more about the music business early on, he might have chosen a different career. "I may have considered just doing it for fun and having some other type of job," he admits. Read more

Yukon Music

Don't know your Egg-and-Spoon from your Keyhole, or your Road Hack from your Show Hack? You can watch and learn this weekend as more than 50 horse-rider combinations compete in the Yukon Horse and Rider Association's Season Finale. The 3-day event, Read more