Folks, we worked all night long to make samosas! We started at 6:30 PM and ended at 7 AM😳😳! We worked so much. So please come and join tonight to enjoy the samosas made with so much love ! And I’m sooo much thankful to Veronique for so much help. That was an incredible amount of help. She deserves so much 👏! I’m also thankful to Monique Chatterton for working with us until midnight. I’m also thankful to Mike Nemeth who will be working with us today to give samosas a final shape. I’m thankful to Monique’s Mom Suzanne for help too. Thank you, Association franco-yukonnaise (AFY), for offering us your kitchen! Our French community is so lovely and generous! ❤
The event is at Holy Family School at 7 PM.
A paining by the Yukon artist Colin Alexander on Gurdeep Pandher.
More info on Colin Alexander’s life and works from his website:-
Colin Alexander was born in Grande Cache, Alberta in 1978. At an early age he began pursuing an interest in art, copying the drawings of the old masters into his childhood notebooks. During his teenage years living on the gulf islands, he taught himself to draw with chalk pastels and to paint in oils and acrylics, inspired by the unique light effects of the Pacific Coast seascape.
A fascination with the works of Rembrandt and Vermeer led him to specialize in figurative work,and during his travels in Ireland, France and Spain in 1999-2000 he supported himself by drawing street portraits.
Colin settled in the Yukon in 2004, and built an off-grid studio outside of Whitehorse where he and his wife now live and work. Over the last twelve years he has painted over thirty murals throughout the city. His solo exhibitions have showcased insightful portraits and epic landscapes, created with traditional oil on canvas, street-art inspired stencil techniques, and copper sheets oxidized with a propane torch.
Throughout all of his work is evident his interest the quality of light; the way it falls on a face or a landscape, and the individuality it reveals.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Gurdeep Pandher in Whitehorse, Yukon| Photo courtesy: L’Aurore boréale (The Yukon’s French Magazine) / Photo taken by: Thibaut Rondel
Thanks, L’Aurore boréale magazine, for permission to use this photo!
Goldensides hike at Tombstone is just stunningly beautiful place to be at ❤️! The beauty in fall season is awesome and amazingly colourful!
Ever since I moved to the Yukon, attending the Dawson City Music Festival and getting one photo taken with Sandy @sanmansilver has become a ritual for me😊!
With Softball Team from India, which is in Whitehorse to play in World Men’s Softball. It was fun to spend this afternoon time chatting with these guys and sharing cool stories from India. Two of them are from the towns very close to my village in Punjab.
Atlin lake looks like a peaceful paradise! I would like to hike Atlin mountain one day! Every year, during the Atlin Music Festival, it’s great to spend some moments with this lake.
This year again, in the same month, at the same spot, I met this bird again❤️!
Yukon’s bush-walkers! It was awesome to do a great bush-walking with Lee Covin, Emma, Erin Brost, Mitch Brost, and John in Yukon’s Ibex Valley.
Today is Canada Day. It’s also 150th anniversary of the confederation. We are happy to celebrate the special day of our nation. When I think of the world, I feel fortunate to live in such a country which loves and embraces everyone. We Canadians may looks different from outside, but our cores are the same. Unity in diversity is our strength! Happy birthday, Canada!