- YG addressing shelter problems: minister (42)
- MP, challenger assess latest SNC-Lavalin twist (31)
- ‘This is the lowest point I’ve ever seen the shelter’ (12)
- Activities heat up at Brewery Creek minesite (6)
- Jury dismissed after judge declares a mistrial (5)
- ‘This beautiful garden is planted in unity’ (3)
- Curriculum changes loom on eve of school year (3)
- Man is entitled to review in territory: court (2)
June 20, 2019
- Those Dark Bones hold a 20-year-old secret (Bookends) I’ve encountered several authors whose bios indicate they got their start writing romance novels before adding thriller and mystery elements to their work and branching out.
- Walks highlight Cystic Fibrosis cause Thousands of people across Canada united at local community walk sites on May 26 to participate in Cystic Fibrosis Canada’s 15th annual “Walk for a Cure” fundraiser.
- D.O.G. Pet Of The Week
June 19, 2019
- Maiden Walk A Success The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada held its first Brain Tumour Walk in the Yukon last Saturday at Rotary Peace Park.
June 14, 2019
- The question is: whatever happened to Diana? (Bookends) Supt. Frank Steele of the Special Detection Unit (SDU) arrived at the murder scene of the woman who would come to be known as Diana about three hours after the report arrived on his desk.
- Expect many doors to open, grads told There were 14 students in caps and gowns at this year’s Robert Service School commencement ceremony, held last Saturday in the Palace Grand Theatre.
- Liah Pet Of The Week
June 12, 2019
- Driving from Dawson to Tuk in an electric car (Uffish Thoughts) Georg Teepe called me last Saturday morning from the Bunkhouse,
June 7, 2019
- Question: why did the player lose his head? (Bookends) In Lock In,
- Dorito, Polo and Georgio Pet Of The Week
June 5, 2019
- A moving Exhibit Two shows opened last Thursday in the Yukon Arts Centre main gallery.
May 31, 2019
- Ducky Pet Of The Week
- A Crowd-Pleasing Spectacle The young artists of the Heart of Riverdale and the Leaping Feats Creative Dance Works began presenting the annual Dancing Through Life show on Thursday evening.
- The many faces of Ursula K. Le Guin (Bookends) Ursula K. Le Guin left us a year ago in January, at the age of 88, a departure which moved me to listen to the audio book versions of her first three Earthsea novels, fantasy books that occupied one end of her speculative fiction output.
May 29, 2019
- Address From The Keynote Speaker Kluane Adamek, the Yukon regional chief of the Assembly of First Nations,
May 24, 2019
- ‘Making change … is what I really wanted to do’ (Bookends) It’s not entirely clear how Buffy Sainte-Marie, born Beverly,
- Jasper Pet Of The Week
May 22, 2019
- Bands Do Yukon Proud The All-City Junior Concert Band and Senior Wind Ensemble are seen visiting Parliament Hill