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Boyde tougher on Liberals this time around

Pam Boyde is sincere and dogged in her determination to become the Yukon’s MP.It’s Wednesday evening, less than a week before the…

Beware politicians who slight culture

Canada’s artists help to define who we are and what matters to us, both in Canada and around the world.

The strange case of the blacklisted musher

Twelve-year-old Dylan Salvisberg made the cut.A gold ulu may be waiting for him at the Arctic Winter Games this winter.
A little bushwhacking doesn’t dissuade Bagnell

A little bushwhacking doesn’t dissuade Bagnell

Larry Bagnell is everywhere.At least, that’s the word on the street.At last weekend’s comedy festival, one of the comedians said,…
Forum draws clear lines between candidates

Forum draws clear lines between candidates

‘What should the population of Canada be?”The unexpected question came from Dawson City’s Sebastian Jones during Thursday’s…

Fairy tale lures us to love’s dark side

There are some very realistic, papier-mache pot-roasts on the coffee table, sitting beside the decapitated heads of several rubber dolls.

National union supports Bloc Quebecois

The titles Public Service Alliance of Canada and l’Alliance de la Fonction publique du Canada, would seem to imply a sense of national unity…

rabbits invade iceland

Rabbits are creating havoc in Iceland, and they have several people quite worried.Rabbits are not native to the country.
YTG wants mines cleaned up as they go

YTG wants mines cleaned up as they go

Wednesday, the Yukon government released its new policy for closure and reclamation of quartz mining operations.

Martin promises search and rescue planes for the North

Paul Martin and Jack Layton finally wrote back.Late last week, the leaders of the federal Liberal and New Democratic parties replied to a December…