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Issue: 2016-09-15, PHOTO: George Maratos

If there's a competitive foot race nearby, or a fun run for charity, Tom Ullyett will almost certainly be there. The 58-year-old deputy minister of Justice has been an avid runner since his teen years, with at least 40 half-marathons under his... more

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Issue: 2016-01-21, PHOTO: Yukon Film Society

For years Canadian cinema was referred to as invisible cinema for its lack of global impact and struggle to compete with Hollywood’s massive export of blockbuster films. Each year film festivals around Canada aim to disprove this notion and push... more

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Issue: 2015-09-17 PHOTO: George Maratos

George Maratos was just three years old when Terry Fox was becoming a household name across Canada and elsewhere. Still, he claims to have a "kind of" memory of the young B.C. runner's heroic 1980 odyssey known as the Marathon of Hope. more

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“It’s like the Yukon scenery — I never get tired of reading about Terry Fox.” George Maratos has never had cancer, and nobody in his immediate family has suffered from the disease. Terry Fox is still his hero. He can’t stop talking about the man. more

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IF YOU FEEL LIKE GIVING IN, AND YOU'RE NOT LIKELY TO WIN, JUST REMEMBER TERRY FOX, AND HIS WISE TALKS. HE IS AN INSPIRATION, TO OUR WHOLE NATION. TERRY'S ACTIONS SPOKE LOUD more

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If you feel like giving in, and you're not likely to win, just remember Terry Fox, and his wise talks. He is an inspiration, more

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Napanee is 200 kilometres east of Toronto and weeks before Terry Fox would become "the" Terry Fox: the Terry Fox who ran with Maple Leaf Darryl Sittler, the one with the compelling story. more

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George Maratos, Whitehorse organizer of the Terry Fox Run, says most of the crew from last year is returning because it was so much fun. "We all get along; we all understand the reason for the event," says Maratos. "[Cancer] touches everybody...." more

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