Pet Of The Week
- Yukon legislators support Mi’kmaq fisheries (31)
- Macaulay Lodge cannot be repurposed: minister (23)
- Outbreak sparks unease in Watson Lake (17)
- Wetlands degradation beyond repair, say FN groups (16)
- Reject funding for ANWR drilling, banks are urged (8)
- Yukoners no longer spring forward, fall back (7)
- YG stance prompts commission vice-chair to quit (5)
- Commissioner launches new Yukon Service Pin (3)
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October 2, 2020
- Presenting alternatives to an imperfect life (Bookends) Alternative histories involving timelines that diverge from our own at some trigger point (say, the Germans winning the Second World War) are a staple in science fiction.
September 25, 2020
- Suddenly, all hell breaks loose in Chicago (Bookends) It’s been six years since the last Dresden Files novel appeared, so it’s been about five years since I reviewed it here.
September 18, 2020
- Dexter Pet Of The Week
- The sins of the past have a way of catching up (Bookends) The story begins with recently widowed Kate Summers being given a very dubious proposition from her boss.
- A Northern Exclusive Shuvinai Ashoona: Mapping Worlds opened last Saturday at the Yukon Arts Centre. Ashoona is one of the best-known Indigenous artists in Canada.
September 11, 2020
- Humanity recovers from war and disease (Bookends) I seem fated, in recent months, to keep coming across books where one of the MacGuffins in the story is a viral pandemic.
- Seth Pet Of The Week
September 4, 2020
- Shadow Pet Of The Week
- Wallander’s daughter finds her feet (Bookends) I found myself being a bit confused as I approached this book.
August 28, 2020
- Cheddar Pet Of The Week
- A tale of addictions and recoveries (Bookends) I admit to being only slightly familiar with the work of the band Great Big Sea.
- Creativity Through A Pandemic The Yukon Artists @ Work held a show last week.