When you think of the north, sports like hockey and curling may be the first that come to mind, but to anyone that lives in the Yukon it is pretty clear that basketball is serious business. When it comes to ball, Trevor Jones of the Champagne Aishihik First Nation does not mess around.
The Yukon River Quest is on! The 21st annual river race began June 26th at Rotary Park with a record 124 teams and 290 paddlers!
Paradise Electronic Music Festival now in its 14th year and like any growing entity is seeking volunteers to help make it the best one yet.
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 from the expenses of life, often keeping us tied to the hamster wheel we believe will free us. This has caused many to make large investments of their life on the societal constructs of stability for the sake of comfort. What if we were willing to step out of our comfort zone to try an alternative option, helping us transcend past the construct of our society that has been imposed on us? There has been an increasing amount of popularity in alternative lifestyles emerging as a way to explore other options. One very intriguing example of this is living out of a van, whether parked or on the move. The people who choose this way to live can use it as a way of simplifying, saving, or traveling, depending on the way they shape it and what drives them to try it.