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As April draws to a close, most people have probably already forgotten about the April Fools event that did not happen, this year: the massive internet disturbance, much warned about and ballyhooed in the press, caused by the computer worm called Conficke
‘There are strange things done in the midnight sun “By the men who moil for gold; The Arctic trails have their secret tales That would…
What kind of dictator allows scientists to conduct potentially maiming and deadly experiments on its citizens? In this day in age, it’s the…
It’s the Palace Bakery, which once stood on the entrance to Dawson City. I found the Palace Bakery building interesting in 1961 so I sketched…
A Merry Christmas to you and yours — may the people under your roof never fall out, and may your roof never fall in. The freedom gift . . .
The Democratic race is not about who has the most delegates. Or better put, it’s not about who has the most delegates in February or March or…
Hector Bravo and his family planned to begin their trip home to Canada last Friday from Santiago, the capital of Chile. A bird strike, though, on a turbine of their arriving plane meant an overnight delay.
To rationalize is to "structure and run according to rational or scientific principles in order to achieve desired results," according to one dictionary.
The recent 12-day sitting of the Yukon legislature was never going to produce much. Fittingly, most of the Yukon Party government’s work is…
'There's no choice (between the Chilkoot Pass and the White Pass)," said pioneer Mont Hawthorn when comparing the two major gold rush passes to the Klondike, "One's hell. The other's damnation.
"Uh," grunted the bull, "uh!" Silent except for his grunting, the moose moved around in the trees, tantalizingly close but invisible at the same time. He would not come out.
The mystery of the burning of Yukon wilderness cabins is gaining some interest.
On May 1, the city of Whitehorse unveils its Wheel 2 Work program as an incentive to get folks peddling.
It was the best of pianos, it was the worst of pianos. My wife Kathy and I were visiting England with my family in 2002, and we were staying with my brother-in-law David in London.
Dear Uma: I know I ought not to be surprised by anything that happens in your part of the world; after all, they elected a governor whom Clive James has described as looking like "a brown condom full of walnuts," but the news that Jason and Sarah's food
You know what a pot of water looks like when it has reached a rolling boil. The underside of the grey green clouds passing over us literally looked like that madly bubbling and churning water.
Canada is now a nation at war, and as far as the country’s prime minister is concerned, it’s not a serious issue.
The Ex-Convento of Santa Maria de Churubusco now sits completely surrounded by low lying residential neighbourhoods on the edge of Coyoacan, a district on the south side of Mexico City.
John Graham to appeal Justice minister’s ruling John Graham appeared before the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Vancouver, on Friday.
"Fire! The smokehouse is burning!" Tom's eyes are wide with fear as he races outside. Sam and I jump up, tipping over the Monopoly board, my pulse thudding heavily in my ears.