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Revolutionizing Resolutions for New Year

It’s happening again. Fireworks are lighting the skies all around the globe. The ball is dropping. People are writing down everything that is going to change with this new beginning. But what

Eyjafjallajӧ-KABOOM!

Humans have always been fascinated by the immense power of volcanoes. After all, volcanoes are responsible for the birth of new earth, as is rapidly happening on the Big Island of

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The Peel River and The New Bill

Recently, Member of Parliament for Western Arctic, Dennis Bevington introduced Bill C-543 in the House of Commons, which asked that the Peel River be added to the list of rivers protected under

Family

I can't believe I spent the first couple of months in relative fear of mingling more deeply with locals I met during my travels. Sure, there's the occasional light conversation

Family

I can't believe I spent the first couple of months in relative fear of mingling more deeply with locals I met during my travels. Sure, there's the occasional light conversation

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Dispelling myths about mental illness

It was a crisp day in May, snowflakes gently flying in the breeze. At the bus stop, a woman wearing a colourful toque to conceal her balding head wondered aloud whether summer

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Larger than Life by Melanie Hackett

YOU only need to set foot in the Yukon for a split second before it becomes clear why the territory’s motto is “Larger Than Life.” Home to 14 First Nations groups and some

What makes Yukon economy and tourism?

YUKON’S historical major industry has been mining (lead, zinc, silver, gold, asbestos and copper). The government acquired the land from the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1870 and split it from the Northwest

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