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Yukon, North of Ordinary is the premier, full-colour magazine about the Yukon Territory. Our goal is to share the best of the Yukon with those both inside and outside of the territory. From its people to its culture, history, and great outdoors, you'll find it all in Yukon, North of Ordinary.

 

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    Editor's Note ~ Summer 2017

    EXPLORE THE LESSER KNOWN One of the intoxicating things about living in the North is the balance we achieve between some semblance of city life and being immersed in the great outdoors. Whitehorse has all the amenities one expects of a small capital: coffee shops, boutiques, banks, and nightlife. But, as I’ve written about in this space before, I’m grateful it’s only a short jaunt to leave all that behind and stare at a quiet lake surrounded by the vast boreal forest.   And while nature certainly exists within city limits, the theme of this issue is getting outside and exploring those lesser-known environments. As you’ll find in our feature articles, certain places may not be the average stop for locals or tourists, but the entire Yukon is deeply rooted in history as the traditional territory of the incredible First Nations people of the North.
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    Featured Contributors ~ Summer 2017

    KARA JOHANCSIK Kara is a Whitehorse-based writer who loves the outdoors. She feels incredibly lucky to live in a place where she can hike, ski, paddle remote Arctic rivers, and occasionally write stories about her adventures. Originally from Calgary, Alta., Kara also lived in Australia and B.C. before falling in love with the Yukon. MALKOLM BOOTHROYD Malkolm is a photographer, writer, and activist. He grew up in Whitehorse, but currently lives on Vancouver Island, where he studies geography and environmental studies at the University of Victoria. Malkolm was named one of YNoO’s “Top 10 Under 25” in the spring 2017 issue. MEG WALKER Meg is a writer and interdisciplinary visual artist. She is forever grateful that an artist residency in Dawson City introduced her to the North. Meg thrives on the way Yukon life generates conversations with people from all walks of life and leads to intriguing opportunities like writing about the Dawson City Firefighters Association.

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