Hiding In Plain Sight

Hiding In Plain Sight Hiding In Plain Sight Whitehorse’s Secret Industry A person, starving and homeless, will do anything to survive. But what do you trade when you have nothing to give? For women and a few men, their sexuality is all they have left. The sex trade in Whitehorse is a clandestine industry with […]

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Van Lyfe

Van Lyfe By Caitlyn Diakow We live on wheels In today’s society, the struggle for status, freedom and financial stability causes many to live life waiting for the next pay cheque. We constantly find ourselves swimming through our gift of this experience in what feels like we’ll never reach shore; debt has become so common […]

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A Selective Honour

A Selective Honour On one of the hottest days in the Yukon’s short summer, a child travels down the Alaska Highway in a truck, towards a date with destiny. Jett Rudyk, a three-year-old Tlingit-Southern Tutchone child, listens as his mother tells him, “we’re having a party for you!” The Rudyk family’s destination is Klukshu Village, […]

Meet Your Chief – Doris Bill

Meet Your Chief Chief Doris Bill of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation speaks softly but her commitment to creating a safer, healthier community at the McIntyre subdivision in Whitehorse can be heard as far away as Ottawa. It’s a bright, sunny, warm day, as she sits down to grant a television camera interview. It’s also […]

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