Fall 2017 (V11I3) - Yukon, North of Ordinary

Fall 2017 (V11I3)

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MUSINGS ON PATRIOTISM  Earlier this year, The Walrus magazine’s cross-Canada speaker series, Walrus Talks: Conversations About Canada, began its tour in Whitehorse. A camera crew affiliated with the project approached my friend and me one night and asked us our impressions of Canada, what it means to be Canadian, and our hopes for the future.

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EDITOR’S NOTE
Musings of Patiotism

CONTRIBUTORS

NORTHERN EXPRESSIONS

THE YUKON QUESTIONNAIRE
Former physician and long-time adventurer Peter Steele
WEB EXTRA! Share YOUR best up-close-and-personal wildlife encounter & WIN!

TRAVEL THE YUKON
Things to do and see this season across the territory

EXTRA! ORDINARY
Yukon news, arts, & culture

VENTURE NORTH
Environmental Dynamics Inc. collaborates to better understand the trout population in Teslin Lake

LOCAL HEROES
Philippe and Leandra Brient: Doing Things Just For The Doing

features

PHOTO ESSAY: LONG GONE FROM THE YUKON, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Visiting the vanishing road stops along the Alaska Highway, by Lily Gontard and Mark Kelly

FROM THE NORTH
Showcasing the diverse talent and culture above the 60th parallel, by Peter Jickling

TASTE OF THE GOLD RUSH ERA
Hiking the historic Chilkoot Trail, by Maya Cairns-Locke

LOVE LETTER TO THE NORTH
A musician shares her inspiring experiences getting to know the Yukon, by Carly Dow

NORTHERN HAUTE COUTURE
Designer Catherine Regehr juxtaposes her Yukon roots with high fashion, by Tara McCarthy

travel outside

OUTSIDE HIGHLIGHTS
Events to attend in Edmonton, Ottawa, Vancouver, and more

r & r

THE BOREAL CHEF
Six ways to cook salmon, by Miche Genest

THE BOREAL HERBAL
Home remedies from the kitchen pantry apothecary, by Beverley Gray

YUKON HIKING
The rugged mountains of Keno City, by Marko Marjanovic

ARTS, NORTH OF ORDINARY
Artist Suzanne Paleczny examines life cycles through sculpture and portraiture, by Lawrie Crawford

just one more thing

SNAPSHOT IN TIME
Stories from Yukon Archives

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