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Issue: 2018-11-07, PHOTO: Allison Button

Do you like crafting, socializing with friends—perhaps with a beverage or two—in a casual, relaxed yet well-lit atmosphere, complete with pinball machines to take a break and try your game expertise? Then Drinking with Scissors is for you... Read more

Hobbies

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Issue: 2018-05-09, PHOTO: Simon Ager

On May 18, the Indigenous Music Awards will return to Winnipeg with awards in 19 categories that honour music that has been created by First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples of Turtle Island. The awards are a part of the Manito Ahbee Festival... Read more

Yukon Music

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Issue: 2017-06-28, PHOTO: Bruce Barrett

As the name suggests, Whitehorse Community Choir (WCC) is all about community. The choir draws upon the people of Whitehorse and surrounding communities for its singers, accompanists, audience, inspiration and, ultimately – the most important... Read more

Yukon Music

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Issue: 2017-03-08, PHOTO: Reem Girgrah

This story is the first of a four part series coordinated by the Victoria Faulkner Women's Centre, the Yukon Status of Women Council, Les EssentiElles, and the Yukon Women's Transition Home Society to celebrate International Women's day and the... Read more

Yukon Lifestyle

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Issue: 2017-03-08, PHOTO: Hayley Redpath

If I were to search out the exact opposite of local, homegrown food, I would pass through the security gates at an international airport. The sportsbars, food courts and even neo-eco-healthy cafés are part of an isolated microcosm that I’m sure... Read more

Yukon Food & Drink

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Issue: 2016-07-28, PHOTO: by Jozien Keijzer

In 2009, Ayla Sanders graduated from Vanier Catholic Secondary School and got a summer job in Paradise Alley on Main Street in Whitehorse. She did not have plans to pursue a post-secondary education, so she wrote an essay to apply for the Rosemary Bu Read more

Yukon People

In the last 53 years of making artwork, the Yukon's beloved artist Jim Robb has steered pretty clear of doing art shows. It's a curious situation, since he has a deep love of sharing the colourful history of the Yukon, and in return, his pen, ink,... Read more

Yukon Arts

Well, talk about putting the civil back into civil disobedience. Most of you have probably heard the recent hoopla out of Parliament Hill. During the particularly ceremony-heavy Throne Speech, a page walked out into the middle of the floor and... Read more

Humour

The rally continues for several returns under the fluorescent lights of the Dawson Curling Club before the ball skids under a nearby chair. Seeing the break in play, I steal the chance to talk to Sokolowski about her upcoming trip to Ottawa for the 2 Read more

Yukon Active

It's early. I'm walking across the Riverdale Bridge in Whitehorse, just about three hours shy of the ten-minute morning rush hour. 5:30 in the am. There isn't a car in sight, and the lack of wind only pronounces the gurgling sound of the river. Read more

Humour

It had to happen. After all, it was only a matter of time. This is the sad lament of someone's subculture becoming even more dorky than its original conception. Yes, I'm talking about gamers. Read more

Humour

"How'd you get here? Why'd you stay?" Ubiquitous phrases heard in the Yukon indeed. With the sheer number of transients coming through the territory, it's a natural inclination to pose these questions to the ever-increasing population of the North. Read more

Humour