Pet of the Week
- Declaration embodies the Indigenous view (29)
- Avenue realignment, lower speed limit studied (27)
- Conservative critic pays fact-finding visit (7)
- Cathers would improve wildlife management if elected premier (7)
- Things will literally perk at glass-blowing studio (6)
- Yukon’s minimum wage to rise (5)
- Work at protecting the true facts, archivist urges (4)
- Ex-minister remembered as loyal, hard-working (4)
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February 7, 2020
- The past catches up in very unexpected ways (Bookends) We meet Pierce Hunt in the middle of a delicate drug bust that goes bad.
January 31, 2020
- Getting into tales of adventurous women (Bookends) When tasked to write a true adventure story while she was living in Berlin, the Scottish-born Ailsa Ross was disturbed to discover that almost all the best-known stories about adventurous people were about men.
- Production Begins Its Run Carman Lam Brar and Roy Neilson star in the Guild Hall production The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine.
January 29, 2020
- Exhibition Continues An exhibition of collaborative work
January 24, 2020
- Chips Pet Of The Week
- Rest assured: no Balm in this Gilead (Bookends) I often chose to revisit books that I haven’t read for a long time by enjoying them as audiobooks.
January 17, 2020
- Iamese Pet Of The Week
- Rotary Club helps out humanitarian group Last Friday, Yukoner Morgan Wienberg spoke to the Rotary Club of Whitehorse about the current state of affairs in Haiti and the work of her organization, Little Footprints Big Steps (LFBS).
- Murder mingles with the upper classes (Bookends) It’s rare to discover that someone who writes about catching murderers is, in fact, one herself, but that’s the case with Perry.
January 15, 2020
- Test Screening Well-Attended ll the seats were full last Saturday for the Shot in the Dark Productions test screening of the first 20 minutes of the film Not About Me.