Pet Of The Week
- Candidates’ campaigns kick into gear (22)
- Frenzied demand for doctors creating frustrations (14)
- Efforts continue to resurrect Many Rivers (9)
- Alexander Street landscaping won’t proceed (6)
- Yukon Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Action Plan released (4)
- Whistle Bend subdivision lots proved popular (3)
- Cyclists ride in North America’s largest Gran Fondo (3)
- Driving school reaches the end of the road (3)
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September 6, 2019
- Examining three books celebrating kid stuff (Bookends) The point of this book is to teach kids about the way that a Buddy Bench type of program could be a big boon for helping kids to find each other as friends.
- Action Continues Dancers enjoy the sounds of DJKJ, a.k.a. Kevin Jack, Aug. 29 on The Wharf
August 30, 2019
- When real people become fictional players (Bookends) Historical fiction liberally sprinkled with real people always leaves you wondering how much material you have to research in order to make sense of it.
- Yukoner gaining valuable skills in Armed Forces I found Cpl. Bethany Savage in the back of her light support vehicle wheeled ambulance deep in the training area of Garrison Petawawa, Ont.,
August 23, 2019
- Quick read explores the death of an Angel (Bookends) She was probably a cute kid once, four, maybe five years old.
- Nation Gains More Citizens Selina Heylingers-Hare sings the national anthem
August 16, 2019
- Brody Pet Of The Week
- A young innocent begins to grow up in this story (Bookends) Since The Dragonbone Chair was first published in 1988, I’m a bit late coming to the party.
August 9, 2019
- Shimu Pet Of The Week
- In this outing, Miss Marple takes a bus tour (Bookends) The BBC does a rather nice line in full cast dramatizations of Christie’s novels.
- Yukonstruct, Cold Climate Innovation partner with Nakai Yukonstruct is running its first Theatre in Residence Program at NorthLight Innovation in collaboration with Nakai Theatre and Cold Climate Innovation.
August 2, 2019
- Jaspar Pet Of The Week
- A widow seeks vengeance for her husband’s murder (Bookends) By the time we meet Jane Hawk, she is already on the run.
July 26, 2019
- Dove Pet Of The Week
- Coping with personal loss is difficult (Bookends) The 10th book in the Kate Shugak mystery series starts out oddly, feeling like we maybe should know about the viewpoint characters from one of her other novels.
- Church Hosts Special Guests United Church minister Beverly Brazier gives a blessing
July 19, 2019
- PAL Pet Of The Week
- Yukoner hailed at prestigious piano competitions Jamie Phillips-Freedman of Whitehorse, a student of Joyce Klassen, performed at the national piano competitions this month.
- A young woman seeks to fulfil her destiny (Bookends) Alice Mary Norton, who wrote most of her prodigious output under the nom de plume of Andre Norton, was one of the more prolific writers of fantastic literature, or speculative fiction.