Issue: 2011-12-15

One of the interesting names on the map in Yukon history is Dead Horse Gulch. It's a name that has been well-earned. Read more

Yukon History

In Canada, as well as the States and all over Europe, this time of year the smells of cinnamon, molasses and ginger are overwhelming at times. Read more

Aman with dreadlocks dangling down his back sips a New Zealand-inspired kiwifruit cocktail. He's deep in conversation with a companion clothed in a gabbi (a traditional Ethopian tunic) who is sampling spicy peanut soup from Sierra Leone. Read more

Yukon Food & Drink

Things generally slow down at the Dänojà Zho (Hän for Long Ago House) Cultural Centre once the summer season is over and the tourists are gone, but this fall season has been something of an exception. Read more

Dawson City

Twenty five years ago Lucy and Jack Vogt left Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and came north looking for work. They found it in Dawson City. Every year, during the short growing season, the Vogts make the Saturday drive into Dawson to sell their vegetab Read more

Farm - Garden

Call me crazy, but I kind of like shovelling snow. Given my advanced age and generally sedentary lifestyle, it would probably be wiser to delegate that task to some neighbourhood kid. But with a driveway roughly the size of Taylor Field, at today's Read more

Yukon Winter

When I look up from my computer and out of the window right now, the sun is shining and all is covered in a thick layer of snow. It's a Christmas forest out there! Read more

Yukon Outside

Yukoners spend a great deal of time hiking in the summer months, but what about winter? Having worked as a hiking guide for the past few years, I've recently decided that I enjoy winter outings far more than summer ones. Read more

Yukon Winter

I think I like violins because they cry. Or perhaps it's the way resined horsehair pushed and pulled over wire strings makes my spine quiver. It could be the intensity of the violinist drawing the bow, rocking with the motion, fingers dancing deftly Read more

Yukon Music


Issue: 2010-11-04

Sure, he teased us all with an above average fall, but once again Old Man Winter has settled in. Every year there is a hope he might just bypass us all together and maybe visit Osoyoos, but he never does, and therefore we all must learn to adapt. Read more

Yukon Winter

It was just an idea for its time," concluded Donna Isaak. And today, it's still time for the idea. Even though Donna and her husband Ed haven't been involved since 2004, Share the Spirit is still thriving for the 15th consecutive Christmas. Read more

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