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Yukon, North of Ordinary is the premier, full-colour magazine about the Yukon Territory. Our goal is to share everything about 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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    Yukon Questionnaire | Northern Leadership

    The new Chief of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in shares her thoughts on the Yukon This story originally ran in the Spring 2015 (V9I1) edition of Yukon, North of Ordinary. Name: Roberta Joseph Place of Residence: Dawson City Occupation: Chief of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in [Editor’s Note: Roberta was elected in October 2014.] How long have you lived in the Yukon? My whole life. What brought you here? I was born in one of the most exceptional places in the Yukon: Dawson City. What keeps you here? The peacefulness, beauty, and abundance of our environment—the land, clean water, and fresh air. And, of course, my ancestral lineage and family, and the culture and traditions we share today.
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    The Neglected Peak

    Discovering the beauty of Brute Mountain This story originally ran in the Fall 2014 (V8I3) edition of Yukon, North of Ordinary. DISTANCE: 11 km MAX. ELEVATION GAIN: 900 m TIME: 6.5 hours SKILL LEVEL: Difficult
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    Surveying the Surrealism of Northern Landscapes

    The dark and magical influences in artist Rosemary Scanlon's work This story originally ran in the Fall 2014 (V8I3) edition of Yukon, North of Ordinary. The beauty of the land has an intoxicating lure when glancing at Rosemary Scanlon’s work from a distance. The stars are bright and rivers run deep blue. There is a sense of stillness—the kind that comes from living amongst cold winter months.
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