Winter 2017 (V11I4) - Yukon, North of Ordinary

Winter 2017 (V11I4)

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THINK LOCAL. SUPPORT LOCAL. BUY LOCAL.  The "buy local" movement has been a growing consumer trend over the past few years as people across Canada and the world look to support products and services offered right where they live. The Yukon is no exception. Yukoners have been creating new retail spaces and restaurants, forming new service providers, and developing locally produced foods and products.

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EDITOR’S NOTE
Think Local. Support Local. Buy Local.

CONTRIBUTORS

NORTHERN EXPRESSIONS

THE YUKON QUESTIONNAIRE
Community leader Gary Bailie thoughtfully ponders life in the North
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
Yukon Imagination Library celebrates a decade of encouraging early literacy

LOCAL HEROES
Judy Currelly: Sky Traveller

features

PHOTO ESSAY: HAUNTED NORTH
Ghostly tales throughout the Yukon and northern B.C., by Manu Keggenhoff

SIMPLY PROPELLED
A family’s cycling journey along the Dempster Highway, by Dan Clark

CULINARY ENTREPRENEURS
Meet some of Whitehorse’s creative epicures, by Miche Genest

THE RENEGADE GIRLS
Three women keep a family tradition alive in southern Yukon, by Leighann Chalykoff

AN OLYMPIC ATHLETE AND BUSHMAN
Yukoner Knute Johnsgaard’s dedication to cross-country skiing and the wilderness, by Pavlina Sudrich

travel outside

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

r & r

THE BOREAL CHEF
Preparing party food, by Miche Genest

THE BOREAL HERBAL
Essential items for your natural herbal travel kit, by Beverley Gray

YUKON HIKING
Winter camping near Red Ridge, by Marko Marjanovic

ARTS, NORTH OF ORDINARY
Whitehorse-bred musician Declan O’Donovan makes the world his audience, by Meagan Deuling

just one more thing

SNAPSHOT IN TIME
Stories from Yukon Archives

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