Pet Of The Week
- Couple seeking refuge in Old Crow are told to leave (36)
- Declaration ‘not meant to alarm Yukoners’ (19)
- Suspend mining, WRFN says (13)
- Several scenarios possible for rest of school year (12)
- Fifth COVID-19 case turns up in Yukon (9)
- New COVID-19 laws won’t mean more patrols, arrests: RCMP (9)
- Agreement approved for Tlingit Street work (7)
- Sixth virus sufferer had travelled in Europe (6)
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March 13, 2020
- Mr Cloud Pet Of The Week
March 6, 2020
- Jaeger Pet Of The Week
- Mysteries overlap in the currents of time (Bookends) The Current is subtitled “A Novel” and, to the extent that it deals with interactions between people as well as introspection, it deserves that notation.
February 28, 2020
- Dime Pet of the Week
- The night the classics came to the KIAC The KIAC Ballroom was home to a semi-classical evening of music last Saturday.
- Who Killed Tom Thomson? (Bookends) The Truth about the Murder of One of the 20th Century’s Most Famous Artists by John Little
February 21, 2020
- Havoc Pet of the Week
- What if the solar system has its own priorities? (Bookends) Robert Heinlein’s legacy remains strong decades after his death, with a number of currently active writers showing the influence of his work.
February 19, 2020
- Singing the various praises of plastic bags (Uffish Thoughts) The City of Dawson’s council recently gave second reading to a bylaw to ban the use of single-use plastic items in the Klondike.
February 14, 2020
- Lulu Pet of the week
- Gods and mortals seek to co-exist (Bookends) While I was suffering from cataracts, e-books became my only refuge for reading material, which led me to some authors I had not discovered before.
February 12, 2020
- Jazz On A Winter's Night The featured artist at the Jazz in the Hall presentation last Thursday evening was Sylvie Painchaud, centre.