This transition should be smooth. I’ve joked with outgoing editor, Karen McColl, more than once, that we’re the same person, just on parallel, Polkaroo-style planes. [...]I think I’ve used the “two Spider-mans pointing at each other” GIF more often with her than anyone else on Twitter. And as writers, we seem to move in and out of workplaces either just before or just after each other.
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IN OUR CURRENT ISSUE
Photo Essay: Made for the mountains But mountain life is changing, by Sonny Parker. Built to last Whitehorse’s heritage homes stand the test of time, by Mark Koepke. If you can't take the heat get out of the sauna, by Darren Susin. This broom isn't for cleaning up the forest The story behind a parasitic plant, by Laurence Fox.
BUSINESS BRIEFS: by Rhiannon Russell:
'Tis the shopping season Yukon artisans rely on Christmas markets. Boom and bust What happened at Minto mine? The cost of inflation Your habits haven’t changed—groceries are getting more expensive.
YUKON PLACES: Haines Pass isn’t on any map of the Yukon, but we give it honourary Yukon status, by Christopher Tse.
r & r: The Boreal Chef: Sauces, rubs, and compound butters, by Miche Genest. DIY/FYI Yukon: Wax on: the definitive guide to waxing your skis, by Leighann Chalykoff. Yukon Adventure: When life throws curves, it helps to walk a straight path, by Mike Erwood. Arts, North of Ordinary: Adding character to clay, it’s what Harreson Tanner does in his work, by Amy Kenny.
JUST ONE MORE THING: When things go wrong outside: Grounded by Mother Nature, by Carlee Kerr.
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“I use [materials] according to the teachings my mom and nanuk (grandmother) gave me. To respect and be grateful for all living beings. We do not waste, talk bad, or plan the harvest loudly or boastfully.”