Pet Of The Week
- Safety plan developed for emergency shelter (24)
- Government relaxes border restrictions (22)
- Masks now required at all Yukon airports (14)
- Collision claims two lives (10)
- Resident fined for leaving bear attractants on a deck (8)
- Dixon announces Yukon Party caucus critic roles (8)
- Election results being subjected to recount (4)
- Yukoners charged with drug offences (3)
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June 12, 2020
- Gwaandak Theatre schedules online events Yukoners are invited to join Gwaandak Theatre online for the Indigenous Summer Play Readings 2020, with special events on June 18-19.
- The discovery of James Taylor’s first 21 years (Bookends) “I’m James Taylor and I’m a professional autobiographer,” says the celebrated folk singer at the start of this brief but touching audio memoir.
June 5, 2020
- Gretel Pet Of The Week
- A widowed agent strives to save her kids and the country (Bookends) There are lots of theories about where to start a story.
May 29, 2020
- Calvin Pet Of The Week
- Murder by virus developed as a weapon (Bookends) FBI Special Agent Alexandra Morse is on leave recovering from injuries suffered in the line of duty,
- The Music Goes On Annie Avery performs
May 22, 2020
- Henna Pet Of The Week
- The various worlds of Anthony Horowitz (Bookends) Some writers are versatile and have a great many arrows in their literary quivers. Anthony Horowitz is one of this type.
May 15, 2020
- Dill Pet Of The Week
- Coming of age in a dysfunctional world (Bookends) Eden Robinson has the most delightful laugh.
- Crisis-Time Performing Calla Kinglit (on stage) was Wednesday evening’s artist for the Not Close But Personal Concert Series at the Yukon Arts Centre.
May 8, 2020
- Logi Pet Of The Week