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ate May brought sun and warmth to the bordertown of Beaver Creek, Yukon. Sid was already back working hard at the Visitor Information Centre. He could feel the season was going to be a good one. Sid had come a long way from his childhood in northern Netherlands during the end of the Second World War. Searching through his many cabinets of papers, we found war ration booklets and wartime cookbooks from Canada. “Food was in short supply; nothing went to waste. People needed the cookbooks to use what they had,” Sid said. It’s hard to imagine nothing, especially for someone like myself, who has been privileged to never having experienced starvation. That being said, there are many people amongst us who have and still do. Famine hit the Netherlands during 1944
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and 1945 during the German occupation that killed thousands. “My mom and grandma always reused the bacon grease. They had a can of it on the stove and they never needed to use new stuff. Everybody had a pot of grease to cook with. They cooked with the same stuff, but it still tasted good. You used what you had because if you went to the store, the shelves would already be empty.” After looking through the cookbooks, it became apparent that a major theme in cooking at the time was to use anything and everything available. It was no surprise to see dishes of tongue or kidney pie included amongst the recipes. We also found war ration booklets that were owned by a family friend who
War rations for gasoline, which was a luxury product not intended for personal use
lived in Canada during the war. “Rations were used to limit what people could get, especially things like gas. Gas was a luxury and wasn’t meant for your personal use,” Sid said. Rations acted like coupons, each individual or family would receive a booklet of coupons that they could use cont’d on page 3 ...
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Rations and cookbooks ... cont’d when purchasing a product, such as gasoline. “Farms were able to get more gas rations because they needed it to fuel their vehicles. No one was going to say no to a farmer because they were still able to provide people with food,” said Sid. “Farmers were able to use the rations for work vehicles, like pick-up trucks. They were able to get tires too. That’s why you see all these old Model As chopped with a box added and people called them ‘farm trucks’ so they could get the gas and tires.” Whether it’s food on a plate in front of you, or the convenience of driving a few blocks to pump gas, we have to remember that this is a luxury. And although Europe and North America have not experienced such trying times since the wars, there remains many places across the world that are currently struggling and facing wartime famine and rationing. “It was when the poor and rich were the same. Even if you had money, it didn’t matter because there was nothing you could buy with it anyway,” Sid added. Sid’s collection of war ration booklets and wartime cookbooks is available to view at the Bordertown Garage and Museum. Come and visit us this summer!
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What’s Inside Sid’s Treasures ..................... 2 Didee/Didoo ........................ 3 Raven Mythology #4.5 ............ 4 Living With Wildlife............... 6 Step Outside ........................ 7 Seasonal Recipes ................ 10 Dákų̀ nän tsʼèddhyèt Dance Festival ................. 12 Michael Gerasimoff: Static Particles ................ 13 Ember Fire Academy Grads ... 14 Cosmos North .................... 20 Cody Reaume & Thomas Jacquin:
Piece of Mine My ﬁddle is a piece of mine. My guitar is a piece of mine. My wheelbarrow is a piece of mine. My snowshoes are a piece of mine. My skills are a piece of mine. My bicycle is a piece of mine. My canoe is a piece of mine. My boat is a piece of mine. My axe is a piece of mine. My handsaw is a piece of mine.
Sid’s Treasures is a collaboration between Sid van der Meer and his granddaughter, Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé. Sid has collected treasures all his life and this passion has given Beaver Creek its very own museum. Teresa is pleased to have this chance to learn more and share her grandfather’s passion.
Intelligent Ventilation .......... 24 My Mother’s Kitchen ............. 26
My gun is a piece of mine. My knife is a piece of mine. My tent is a piece of mine. My stove is a piece of mine. My sled is a piece of mine. My ﬁshing rod is a piece of mine. My sleeping robe is a piece of mine. My log cabin is a piece of mine. My tools are a piece of mine. My lamp is a piece of mine. My ﬁshnet is a piece of mine My Bible is a peace of mind.
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am Brewster’s World Famous Tattoo Studio on Centennial Drive in Porter Creek, located between a daycare centre and a pawn shop/secondhand store, plays the game by the rules. This includes a $100 deposit, pre-inking interview, a twopage legal document with health questions to read, initial and sign, and a personal interview with the artiste regarding any previous tattoos the applicant may have. Five days later, the ink enters the flesh. That’s when I noticed times sure have changed since my first tattoo (left bicep) which was done late at night on the main
tattoo was my final preparation for going to war. No questions were asked, no papers were signed, no waivers were mentioned and the job took about 20 minutes between beers. Four of us got inked together. That was 53 years ago and I was 19 years old. Now I’m 72 and I suddenly wanted a raven tattoo on my right bicep to balance my body in old age. There are several reasons why, but I told Brewster PHOTO: courtesy of Doug Sack only one during the pre-game interview: drag of Oceanside, California, af- The marine tattoo brought me ter a night of watching go-go dan- great good luck. I not only surcers just days before being de- vived 13 months of combat, I also ployed to South Vietnam as part survived 53 years of rough living of the 3rd Marine Division in June in northern and western Canada of 1966. That small tattoo is the and made it long enough to BS face of an ugly bulldog wearing my grandchildren which, frankly, a drill instructor’s hat above the was the simplified version of my letters “USMC,” meaning United most serious goal in life. When States Marine Corps. The cost was Billy Joel sang “only the good die originally $10, but a sale had it young” he missed the point, but marked down to $7.50. I wanted nonetheless eulogized the 58,000 it because the old city salts told young men and women who came us young recruits from the sub- home in rubber bags. Vietnam was a total crapshoot urbs that it was a good idea to get a tattoo before going into combat in which luck loomed large. Some to make sure they could identify had good luck and got through; your body as American and not some had bad luck and didn’t; bury you in Vietnam. Getting the cont’d on page 5 ...
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Ink on ink ... cont’d me crazy (many have), but don’t call me lazy or late to the next meal. So much for the lucky bulldog, which covered my butt from 1966 to 2019. He now has a buddy on the other arm, also a war motif, to keep him comPHOTO: O’Hara Shipe, Shipe Shots Photography pany the rest of the way. This picture was taken In the course of researching near Chu Lai in late 1966 our ongoing series on the mythology of ravens, the official bird and pretty much sums up of the Yukon Territory, this raven my war. The job title was symbol popped up out of nowhere “Loadmaster” and the on a Viking attack flag. It was assignment was to get the flown on their longboats, much the same as the skull and crossmen and their gear from bones flag later used by pirates. the rear to the fear. Lady It first appeared in history in Luck ruled the day, every 878 during a local 9th century day, as we commuted by dust-up between rival Viking tribes. It was woven as a lance chopper into and out of decoration by the wife of the hot LZ’s (landing zones) in chieftain who won. Of course, it these rattletrap old tin can was a tribute to Odin, the Norse god of war, and was also found on 34s, which were nothing but a Viking penny carbon dated to airborne targets for anybody the same period. It’s not known on the ground with a gun which came first, the penny or the flag: When I showed the flag and penny to artiste Brewster and told him I wanted the ancient Viking raven on my right arm, in the exact same place as the old bulldog on the left, to give me balance, he was impressed. “I’ve never seen anything like it before,” he said. “It’s probably A Viking penny not the oldest design I’ve ever from the 9th century drawn into a tattoo, some Christian crosses go back farther than that, but it’s probably the oldest bird.” PHOTO: Wikimedia Commons Then he threw some rocking some had no luck at all and their Eagles tunes on for background bodies survived, but their brains atmosphere, donned his biker dosuffered lifelong trauma. This has rag and was actually singing as been true of most every war since he created the first ever (we asthe first cavemen scrimmaged sume) modern tattoo of a sacred over the rights to a watering hole. Viking raven flag. It’s purely coincidence that Of course, it’s ridiculous to think a tiny tattoo could have both tattoos have a war backplayed a role in my survival, but ground. The raven was chosen for facts are facts and the only two the ubiquitous presence of Corvus that seemed to matter at the corax (Latin for common raven) in time were getting the bulldog the Yukon, where it is honoured on the way to war and coming as the official bird of the realm. Indeed, our territory is righthome alive 13 months later. Call
fully known for some humans who have passed through in the last 14,000 years or so, but it is famous for the mighty birds which have been here since the dinosaurs and possibly earlier.
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We are here at their invitation and I wanted to mutilate a small part of my body in their honour as a way of saying thanks for the good luck and long life. Because of all ravens, and a few humans, you can never feel alone in the Yukon.
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inside the tent prior to bedtime or when you first arrive at the cabin. Thermacell area repellants use butane to burn a wafer held on the top of a device similar in size to a TV remote. This emits an invisible gas that actually does work well at repelling bugs for a 10 metre circle for up to four hours. Area foggers can be powered by propane or electricity and are temporarily effective. New bugs will arrive at some point, but relief is yours for a while. DEET is greasy and has an odour while Picaridin is non-greasy and odourless. I’ve never liked creams or lotions on my skin, so I’ve always carried a head net big enough to go over any reasonably sized hat. Bug nets are made of mesh and are not hot to wear. They squash down to nothing in your pocket or fanny pack until needed. You have to take them out of the way to eat, but you can drink right through the mesh. Light cotton gloves will keep the bugs off your hands. Larry Leigh is an avid angler, hunter and all-round outdoors person who prefers to cook what he harvests himself. He is a past president of the Canadian Wildlife Federation and a retired hunter-education coordinator for the Government of Yukon. Please send comments about his articles to email@example.com.
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Mon Jun 17 Yukon Links to Learning Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre A tremendous opportunity to share, learn and network on the subject of economic development and land use Mon Jun 17 Tips for Safe Travel in Bear Country with WildWise Yukon 9:00 AM Whitehorse Visitor Information Centre Includes showing of Staying Safe in Bear Country video and a bear spray demonstration. Email email@example.com or call 3355212 for more info. Mon Jun 17 Free drop-in computer labs 10:00 AM Yukon Learn Free Drop-In Computer Lab for Self Directed Studies A tutor/Instructor will be available on site to assist you. 867-668-6280 or toll free: 888668-6280 Fax: 867-633-4576 Mon Jun 17 Books & Beyond 11:00 AM Hospice Yukon Discover some of the gems in the Hospice lending library, and enjoy tea and a homemade cookie while you browse. Mon Jun 17 Legion Scrabble Meet 1:00 PM Whitehorse Legion Branch 254 All Legion Members both local and national Welcome 667-2802 Mon Jun 17 Riverdale Block Party 5:00 PM Selkirk Elementary School A chance to meet your neighbours celebrate the amazing community that we have.We will have Klondike Kettle Korn on site with FREE popcorn. Mon Jun 17 GO The Surrounding Game 6:00 PM Starbucks Chilkoot Centre Simple Game Deep Strategy. Beginners & Visitors Welcome. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Jun 17 Euchre Night 6:30 PM Whitehorse Legion Branch 254 All local and national legion members welcome! 667-2802 Tue Jun 18 Second-hand Clothing Bazaar 5:30 PM Whitehorse Seventh-day Adventist Church Donations of clean clothing in good condition welcome. All proceeds go to charitable causes. For more info. call 633-3463. Tue Jun 18 Tarot Tuesdays 6:00 PM Best Western Gold Rush Inn Choose a time for your 15-minute reading and sign-up on the sign-up sheet near the Tarot booth. Cocktail specials: Twist of Fate, The Crystal HighBall, and Mystic Sangria! Also featured a fresh tapas menu. Tue Jun 18 Fish Docs - Rock, Paper, Fish and Love Flows Double Feature 6:30 PM North of Ordinary Experience Center Features two docs and discussion around ﬁsh, ﬁsheries and related topics. Limited space tickets online. Email info@ respectforﬁsh.com for more info. Tue Jun 18 Richard Van Camp, Reading and Talk 7:00 PM Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre An internationally renowned storyteller and best-selling author. Wed Jun 19 Spanish Conversation Group 12:00 PM Yukon Government Administration Building Join us inside the Bridges Café 633-6081 Terry or Michèle Wed Jun 19 Klondike Cruiser Night! 6:00 PM A&W Restaurant Join Yukon Automobile Enthusiasts as they admire hot cars and talk the talk Wed Jun 19 Legion Texas Hold’Em 6:30 PM Whitehorse Legion Branch 254 All Legion Members both local and national Welcome 667-2802 Wed Jun 19 Mixing Business with Pleasure: An Evening with Terry O’Reilly 7:00 PM Yukon Arts Centre An inspiring evening with marketing guru Terry O’Reilly as he shares insights and stories from his extensive work in advertising. Also includes Q&A at the end. Tickets online or at the door. Wed Jun 19 Whitehorse United Church Choir Practice 7:30 PM Whitehorse United Church Wed Jun 19 Hump Day Trivia 8:00 PM Yukon Inn in the Boiler Room
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Wed Jun 12 McIntyre Field Sports 3:15 PM McIntyre Field Equipment and food are provided! Consent form is required. Call 3348718 for more info. . Wed Jun 12 Softball Skills Training - Youth Recreation 3:15 PM McIntyre Field Youth ages 5 - 18, Equipment and snacks provided! For more info call 334-8717. Thu Jun 13 Grandparent and Me! Ages 6 - 8 years 10:00 AM Shipyards Park A fun program where grandparents and kids can come together, meet other grandfamilies, and create new and exciting memories. To register call 668 8360, or register online Thu Jun 13 Spring Rock Climbing Club 5:30 PM Equinox Adventures Visit a variety of climbing sites around Whitehorse for climbing, belaying, rappelling, leadership development and character building. No experience necessary Ages 7-14 Sign up email todayequinoxyukon. com or call 334-3725 Fri Jun 14 Run Club - Youth 5 - 18 3:15 PM McIntyre Field Running games and fun on Friday afternoons! This is a drop-in activity and snacks are provided. Call 334-8718 for more information and consent forms. Fri Jun 14 Safe Party Fridays 5:00 PM Boys and Girls Club Music, snacks, dinner, games & activities. Ages 11-18 Welcome Fri Jun 14 Family Regalia Sewing Circle 5:00 PM Whitehorse United Church Youth, children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews welcome. Create your regalia or ﬁnish up other sewing projects in a family friendly sewing circle for everyone. Call 335-2759 or email email@example.com for more info. Fri Jun 14 Girls Club 7:30 PM Bethany Church Call 668-4877 for more information. Sat Jun 15 Youth League 11:00 AM Titan Gaming Cafe 668-5750 Cards from all Magic sets are legal. 60 card format. Ages 18 and under. Mon Jun 17 Canoe Kids Summer Camp 12:00 AM Schwatka Lake Week-long programs, No experience is needed and participants work at their own pace to develop paddling skills. If camps are full, email info@ﬂatwaternorth.ca to be added to a wait list. Mon Jun 17 Canoe Kids Whitehorse, Yukon Call 334-8121 or email info@ﬂatwaternorth.ca to register or more info. Mon Jun 17 Regatta Ready Program Whitehorse, Yukon Call 334-8121 or email info@ﬂatwateryukon.ca for more info. Mon Jun 17 Family Regalia Sewing Circle 5:00 PM Whitehorse United Church Youth, children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews welcome. Create your regalia or ﬁnish up other sewing projects in a family friendly sewing circle for everyone. Call 335-2759 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Tue Jun 18 Parent Child Mother Goose 10:30 AM Whistle Bend Place Learn the power of songs, rhymes and stories as a positive parenting tool call 322-5990 for more information. Wed Jun 19 Small World Hikers & Play Group 8:00 AM Top Dog Training Academy Focusing on play work as a group, loose on-leash walking as a group, off leash hikes, socialization, place and stay work. Call 334-7924 for more information. Wed Jun 19 Prenatal Luncheon 12:00 PM Skookum Jim Friendship Centre A healthy lunch and an activity for all prenatal mothers and for those with babies up to 12 months old. Welcomes all pregnant moms-to-be, nursing moms, new dads, expectant dads, wee babes, and family supports. Wed Jun 19 Family Regalia Sewing Circle 1:00 PM Champagne And Aishihik First Nation - Whitehorse Ofﬁce Youth, children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews welcome. Create your regalia or ﬁnish up other sewing projects in a family friendly sewing circle for everyone. Call 335-2759 or email djim@caf for more info. Wed Jun 19 McIntyre Field Sports 3:15 PM McIntyre Field Equipment and food are provided! Consent form is required. Call 3348718 for more info. . Wed Jun 19 Softball Skills Training - Youth Recreation 3:15 PM McIntyre Field Youth ages 5 - 18, Equipment and snacks provided! For more info call 334-8717.
MEETINGS & WORKSHOPS Wed Jun 12 Northern Voices Toastmasters 7:00 AM Sport Yukon Supportive members will help you develop your public speaking, communication and leadership skills. Drop-ins welcome. 867-689-6363 toastmastersyukon@ gmail.com Thu Jun 13 Sundogs Toastmasters Club 12:00 PM Sport Yukon A lunch time session to learn the skills, practice the speaking, receive the feedback to improve your public speaking, communication and leadership skills. Drop-ins welcome. 867-689-6363 toastmastersyukon@ gmail.com
Thu Jun 13 Girls, Trans, & Rainbow Club 3:30 PM Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre All girls, trans, non-binary & 2 spirited folks ages 15-21 welcome. Email email@example.com for more information. Thu Jun 13 Midnight Sun Toastmasters Club 5:30 PM Yukon College Room A2714. An after work meeting to help you gain conﬁdence in public speaking, improve communication and add to your leadership skills. Drop-ins welcome. 867-689-6363 firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Jun 14 End of Life Doula - Course Whitehorse, Yukon Register online by June 14, 2019 Sat Jun 15 Yukon Amateur Radio Association: Coffee Discussion Group 9:00 AM A&W Restaurant Casual event. Hams from outside the Yukon and those are interested are welcome Sat Jun 15 PFLAG Meeting 7:00 PM Yukon College Support for those struggling with sexual orientation and gender identity in themselves or someone they know. Everyone welcome Sun Jun 16 Honouring Stories from Home - Interactive Storytelling Workshop 2:00 PM Whitehorse Public Library A one of a kind workshop where mentor Richard Van Camp Email YPLevents@gov.yk.ca for more info. Mon Jun 17 IAFF 6th District Western Conference Whitehorse, Yukon Email email@example.com for more information. Tue Jun 18 Green Drinks! 5:00 PM Coast High Country Inn Everyone is welcome! Network with a lively mixture of people from NGOs, academia, government, consultants, business, and more! Tue Jun 18 Brave New Writing Workshop 7:00 PM Brave New Writing Join us to work that creative muscle in a warm and supportive environment. This is a guided creative writing workshop using prompts to inspire, engage, and explore. Bring your favourite journal and a pen and get ready to write. Admission by donation. Wed Jun 19 Northern Voices Toastmasters 7:00 AM Sport Yukon Supportive members will help you develop your public speaking, communication and leadership skills. Drop-ins welcome. 867-689-6363 toastmastersyukon@ gmail.com Wed Jun 19 Meet The Expert - Drop In Consultation Services with Davy Joly 10:00 AM (co)space coworking space` Reserve time with Davy to dive into your start-up business, ﬁnancing, and investment advice by emailing directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Dákų ̀ nän tsʼèddhyèt Dance Festival (Our House is Waking Up the Land) takes place in Haines Junction from June 13 to 16
Dance dance revolution Get ready to cut a rug in Haines Junction by Amy Kenny
Dancers perform as part of the dance and drumming festival that took place in Haines Junction in 2017
ou don’t have to be part of a dance group to be a dancer. According to Rose Kushniruk, acting chief of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations, everyone has it in them and the Dákų̀ nän tsʼèddhyèt Dance Festival (Our House is Waking Up the Land) will draw it out this summer. The four day festival, taking
place from June 13 to 16 at the Da Kų Cultural Centre in Haines Junction, will feature dozens of dancers and performers this year. It’s the third gathering of the biannual festival which began in 2015. Kushniruk said she’s excited to see performances from new invitees including Laura Grizzlypaws, a singer, dancer, performer and
educator from Saskatchewan, and the New Dawn Drum Group. Comprised of four women, together representing the medicine wheel, the Saskatchewan-based group was founded in 2007. “The group was created to help young girls heal from their past in the foster care system. Eventually they became used to help others heal as well by listening to the strength of the drum in the healing songs,” said Kushniruk . The festival will also feature Tall Paul, an Ojibwe rapper from the U.S. Kushniruk said there’s a mix of contemporary and traditional programming in this year’s festival, partly because organizers want to get the youth involved and partly because they already are. She said four youth have been responsible, under the guidance of senior advisors, for a lot of the programming and planning this year. “That mix of traditional and contemporary is very important because it bridges our generations together,” said Kushniruk. “And if we have to combine our traditional teachings with modern day activities and what the youth like, then that’s a real good way to ensure that the messages are getting to them in a different way, but are still the same.” “We’re still finding our own flavour as a festival ... dance plays a vital role in keeping culture alive. There are three festivals in the Yukon now, the Moosehide Gathering and the Ha Kus Teyea Celebration in Teslin and this one. And it just keeps growing and growing;
and it’s just so interesting, all the stories you learn in the songs.” In addition to dancing and singing from groups including throat singers Lois Suluk and Patricia Kablutsiak, Dakwäkäda Dancers, Dakhká Khwáan, Pavva Iñupiaq and Tagish Nation Dancers, there will be workshops and activities all weekend. There will be a pow wow book camp for kids and workshops in making headbands and armbands, as well as Tutchone art painting, medicine plants and a youth rap workshop. There will also be a memorial dance to pay respects to Kenny Baker, a member of the Carcross/ Tagish First Nation who died in an accident not long after the 2017 festival. Kushniruk said she expects thousands will attend the festival over the course of the weekend. Yukoners and Alaskans make the trip. People passing by on the highway stop in. And this year the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay is taking place the same weekend. Attendance is free at both the festival and the workshops. Visit the Dákų̀ nän tsʼèddhyèt Dance Festival Facebook page for more information.
Amy Kenny lives in Whitehorse. Among other things, she works as a copy editor for What’s Up Yukon. If she’s not inside writing, she’s outside running mountains.
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YUKON INNOVATION PRIZE FINALISTS PART 3 OF 4
Kiss your ash goodbye Innovation would reduce fine particulate from woodstoves by Danny Macdonald
ukon Innovation Prize finalist Michael Gerasimoff wants to help transition heating in the Yukon from fossil fuels to biomass (wood) while maintaining the excellent air quality that is a cherished aspect of living in the North. Gerasimoff has a background working in climate change and engineering fields and is a registered professional engineer in geology. His project plans to apply the old principle of “static cling”
whatsupyukon.com in order to collect particulate that would be emitted when biomass is burned. “The operating principle is well-known and goes back over 100 years,” Gerasimoff said. “This application of the principle is for residential wood smoke.” He plans to produce a unit that would be attached at the end of the venting stack on an installed stove. Using an electronic device at high voltage and converting it to direct current (DC) charge, installations would connect one half of the circuit to where users plan to collect the particulate. The other half is connected to the emitter and, if it’s appropriately shaped, the gases are ionized, creating a plasma. This electrically charged gas charges the particles so that they are attracted to the collector to neutralize. These particles get stuck to the collector and stay there. An acceleration equal to between 30 and 3000 g’s of force is exerted on them when charged. A layer of dust collects over top and locks the particles to the collector. “It is seen as a per installation on the stove pipe to collect at source,” Gerasimoff said. “Ideally, you would only see water vapor.” This reduction in particulate could be a key to improving biomass as a viable tool in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. While burning biomass for heat is a carbon neutral (aside from fossil fuels used during its collection), the pollution emitted in particulate matter can create serious air quality issues. Riverdale residents who remember when “no burn” days were necessary due to excessive wood smoke in the neighbourhood can attest to that concern.
Gerasimoff indicates that the air quality difference is quite pronounced. The average Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) woodstove used for heat delivered into the house produces approximately 5,000 times as much particulate pollution as an oil-fired furnace. “In the City of Whitehorse, with an assumption of 5,000 houses, one woodstove doubles the output of pollution,” Gerasimoff said. “We are strictly talking particulate discharge and air quality. The World Health Organization has identified fine particulate as a health risk.” Converting to biomass without addressing the particulate could actually result in worse air than just diesel. That fine particulate can get through the filters in our breathing systems. Gerasimoff notes that the finest particulate can actually get into our blood streams, including those benzenelike compounds that are carcinogenic. Gerasimoff’s method hopes to get 99.9 per cent efficiency, which would bring biomass particulate stove emissions to the same level as a well-run, high-efficiency oil or propane furnace. There is a push to get isolated off-grid communities off their reliance on diesel. Biomass is one of the potential fuel sources. Gerasimoff sees this technology as having potential application across the North. Now, with the effects of climate change, areas that used to be above the treeline will also have access to biomass. “Past the treeline and tundra areas, we’re seeing temperature rises,” he said. “Shrubs to small shrubs and trees, including willows
Michael Gerasimoff is bringing his experience in climate change and engineering sciences to reduce particulate emissions to biomass heating PHOTO: Danny Macdonald and poplars that are well-known species for biomass and cropping. “Fort McPherson and Old Crow have more than enough biomass.” The 2019 Yukon Innovation Prize is presented by the Cold Climate Innovation Centre at Yukon College and the Department of Economic Development. The four finalists were selected for the high commercialization potential. They were provided $10,000 to further develop their idea and the prize
winner will be announced in late June and will receive a further $60,000.
Danny Macdonald is the editor of What’s Up Yukon. He is a lifelong Yukoner who is active in sports, community organizations and the Yukon’s events scene.
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Women fight fire
__ My favourite quote of the week: “She needed a hero, so that’s what she became.” __ Life after Ember Fire Academy by Kylie Campbell
any ancient civilizations had a form of organized firefighting. The earliest recorded fire services was in Ancient Rome. Firefighting became more organized from the 18th century onwards. In 1818, Molly Williams, a New York City slave, was recorded as being the first female firefighter in the United States. In the 20th century, young women in boarding houses in the United Kingdom were taught fire drills during the Second World War. Women served in the wartime fire services of the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, though mostly in administrative and support roles.
After the Second World War, a second-wave of feminism and equal employment opportunity legislation removed official obstacles for women. The first female firefighter in the United Kingdom was recruited in 1976, while the first in New Zealand joined in 1981. Many fire departments required recruits to pass tough fitness tests, which became an ‘unofficial’ barrier to women joining. This led to court cases in a number of countries. Nevertheless, the percentage of women recruited by fire departments has been low. But the old boys’ club is dying out as equal opportunity and governments help encourage and provide opportunities for women to enter into the field. In 1999, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that a mandatory fitness test for those seeking to become firefighters in British
Columbia unfairly discriminated against women. The test had been based on the physiology of male firefighters. The Court ruled that employers must show that any required workplace tests are necessary, and that there has been some effort to accommodate individuals. In Canada, women make up 3.4 per cent of firefighters. The Yukon has a vast difference however, with a high proportion of female volunteer firefighters. “It is dependent on the year, but generally, we have estimated about 27 per cent of our 110 active members throughout the Yukon Volunteer Fire Service are women,” said a spokesperson with Community Services at the Yukon Government. “Yukon has one of the most diverse memberships in the Canadian Fire Services, but we continue to work towards a more diverse fire services.”
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Female-focused camps to train young women in firefighting skills have been created by fire departments in Ottawa and London, Ontario, and have led to similar camps being established in the U.S. In the Yukon, Ember Firefighting Academy is a challenging and exciting program for women 16 years and up. It’s a free, weeklong course that exposes women to the realities of firefighting and first response in a safe and supportive environment. Whether participants are looking to explore a career in firefighting or jumpstart their physical fitness, the academy teaches new skills that can be used anywhere. Depending on the year, there can be as many as 30 volunteers participating at Ember, all from a number of Yukon’s 16 volunteer fire halls.
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Putting out a vehicle fire
“Ember is in its fifth year and every year they have 12 recruits to the Ember Fire Academy,” said a spokesperson for Yukon Government’s Community Services department. “We have had 48 total recruits. After the Ember Fire Academy this year, we anticipate we will have had a total of 60 recruits over the past five years. We have had 20 recruits from the Ember Fire Academy go into the fire services, two have gone on to EMS, and two are in special operations.”
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Ember Fire Academy grads Chelsea Michelle Larouche (left), Kourtney Martin and Jessica Terreberry have taken on roles with fire halls around the Yukon What made you join Ember last year? I love exploring new challenges and learning new things. I would definitely consider myself a risktaker and I felt like the Ember Fire Academy was right up my alley. What was the hardest thing you did during the training? The hardest thing I did during the training was overcoming my fear of heights by rappelling over a cliff. What was your favourite thing you did during the training? This is a hard question since I loved every single thing about the training! I must say my favorite thing was vehicle extrications and live fire exercises. What happened after Ember? I’ve joined Golden Horn Volunteer Fire Department. My goal is to complete my basics in order to be able to respond and continue to learn and grow as a firefighter. What aspects of ﬁreﬁghting are your favourite? My favorite part of firefighting is being able to help the com-
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What was your favourite thing you did during the training? Live fire and auto extrication. What happened after Ember? I’m with Mount Lorne Volunteer Fire Department, passed basics working towards finishing advanced. My goal has been to work towards a career firefighter role but I’m also interested in fire prevention. What aspects of ﬁreﬁghting are your favourite? Community involvement and fulfillment in my job. At the end of the day I feel like I can help make a difference.
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high angle rescue, bio-hazardous materials, live burn, simulated crawling through ducts and having to maneuver around wires in full gear, 30 minutes of hard exercise each morning and 30 minutes each afternoon. We did competitions, both individually and as teams, but my favorite part of the training was how we all pushed each other. How we all grew stronger as a team and how empowered I felt at the end of the six-day program. What happened after Ember? I have joined the Ibex Volunteer Hall. I’ve obtained my air brakes certification, ICS-100, and ICS-200. I’ve also completed four of the seven job performance requirements (JPR) needed to meet the basic level of fire training. Unfortunately, this time of year with the low temperatures is not the best for flowing water! I plan to have my basic level by May of 2019, as various training sessions are scheduled for the remaining JPRs. I do plan to stay with the hall, but continue with my regular day job as the administrator of the family law information centre as well. What aspects of ﬁreﬁghting are your favorite? My favorite aspect of firefighting is the close-knit community that you become a part of. You become part of a second family and it all began with Ember.
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ing the program quite empowering and decided to join the Ibex hall as a volunteer. What was the hardest thing you did during the training? The hardest thing was mind over matter. You are in very hot, congested conditions. The very first exercise was a team exercise. We had two garbage bags over our heads to simulate being in a smoky fire environment and the first in line had a heat detector under their bag. Two other fire members (under two garbage bags each), held the first person’s shoulders, who held the next. The first in line had the heat detector to find an unknown heat source and had to use their voice to direct their team members and ensure they did not trip or bump into things. After the first person found their source, they had to pass the heat detector to the next person and move to the end of the line. We were under the bags for numerous minutes, sweating, with our body temperature continually rising. I am not claustrophobic, but seeing the bag so close to your face yet not being able to see anything, and experiencing your body temperature rise significantly in a short period of time was unnerving. This exercise was indoors in the middle of summer in full personal protective equipment. What was your favorite thing you did during the training? I loved all of the exercises. We did auto extrication, used hydraulic tools, extinguished auto fires, confined spaces, rescuing downed firefighters/RIT [Rapid Intervention Team] team,
Using extinguishers in combating different types of fire Ember Fire Academy at Golden Horn Volunteer Fire Department Kylie Campbell is an Australian writer and photographer exploring the Yukon.
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Noctilucent Clouds—a rare meteorological phenomena for northern observers
Noctilucent clouds as observed from the International Space Station, high above the surface of Earth, just on the verge of outer space PHOTOS: NASA
Noctilucent clouds near Kakwa Alberta
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nless you’re dedicated enough to get up in the middle of the night with very good binoculars or a small scope to view the Virgo cluster of galaxies cresting our southern horizon, your stargazing options have greatly diminished. However, this gives me the chance to relate a uniquely northern meteorological phenomena that displays itself in our skies only at this time of year. The advent of summer solstice brings with it a unique opportunity to view the very highest clouds of our planet. All our “weather clouds,” expressing themselves with such exquisite grandeur in our northern skies, generally form in the troposphere. (up to 14 kilometres above sea level). Noctilucent clouds, however, are denizens of the mesosphere and form at the dizzying altitude of 80 to 85 kilometres. They form almost exclusively in the late spring and early summer months and can only be seen in northern latitudes. (50 to 70 degrees north.) To view noctilucent clouds, the sun must be well below the horizon, but still shining on the mesosphere where these delicate clouds reside. Daylight is just too overwhelming and drowns them out. With most of the Yukon smack dab in the middle of 50 to 70 degrees latitude, and with our midnight sun tracking just below the horizon for an extended period of time around summer solstice, the perfect geometry for seeing noctilucent clouds is created. The Yukon is most fortuitously placed to view this rare phenomena. The water vapour that makes up these clouds is exceedingly thin. Astonishingly, the mesosphere contains something around one hundred millionth the moisture content of the air above the Sahara Desert. In the rarified
atmosphere of the mesosphere, this limited moisture requires extremely cold temperatures of at least -120 degrees Celsius to form. Counterintuitively, the mesosphere becomes the coldest place on Earth only during the summer months, with temperatures conducive to forming noctilucent clouds. The ice crystals that make up these clouds are extremely small, at less than 100 nanometers (1/100,000th of a centi-
metre), which is comparable in size to the particles that make up smoke. Very little of the dust grains that are the nuclei around which these ice crystals form arrive from below. Almost entirely, the dust grains of the mesosphere are from meteorites vaporizing as they smash into our high atmosphere, and comet dust. As well as appearing very optically bright, noctilucent clouds happen to be very radar reflective. Although this is not well
understood, one speculation is that the ice crystals may have a very thin metallic coating of sodium and iron. In the high-speed collisions of incoming meteorites with our atmosphere, sodium and iron atoms are stripped from them and form in a layer just above noctilucent clouds. And when noctilucent clouds are present, this layer of sodium and iron is, perhaps tellingly, depleted. Sodium, in particular, is known to adhere easily to ice crystals at these low
temperatures. More studies on this are being conducted as we speak. And it would seem these elusive clouds may be indicators of climate change. Scientists are just beginning to realise the presence of noctilucent clouds are very dependent on temperature conditions from below. And the increased frequency of noctilucent clouds seems to correlate with the rise of the industrial age. Some scientists think these clouds may be our “miner’s canary” of climate change. Again, more studies are underway. Whether you feel these clouds are harbingers of doom, or nature’s winsome artwork on the tapestry of sky, don’t miss our unique opportunity to see this rare phenomena. There’s not much one needs to know to observe these rare clouds. Just remember that, because of the extreme altitude of noctilucent clouds, the sun can be up to 16 degrees below the horizon and still illuminate noctilucent clouds. It will be much darker than when viewing the beautiful sunsets of our lower “weather clouds” and the delicate ripples and wispy tendrils of noctilucents will appear unusually bright against the darkening sky. And because of the darker sky, or perhaps that reflective metallic coating of the tiny ice crystals, noctilucents have a distinctive bluish tinge to them. Enjoy!
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Wednesdays The Joy Of Living group (OM, NS) 12:00 noon 305 Wood Street -Back Entrance Porter Creek Step meeting (CM) 8:00 PM Our Lady of Victory No Pufﬁn (CM, NS) 8:00 PM 6210 - 6th Ave Thursdays The Joy Of Living group (OM, NS) 12:00 noon 305 Wood Street -Back Entrance. Polar Group (OM) 7:30 PM 6210 - 6th ave. Fridays The Joy Of Living group (OM, NS) 12:00 noon 305 Wood Street -Back Entrance Yukon Unity Group Meeting 1:30 PM #4 Hospital Road Whitehorse Group (OM, NS) 8:00 PM 305 Wood Street - Back Entrance. Saturdays Detox Meeting (OM, NS) 1:00 PM, Sara Steel building 609 Steele St., Main Entrance Women’s Meeting (CM, NS) 2:30 PM Whitehorse General Hospital (across from emergency) Hospital Meeting Whitehorse General Hospital (OM NS) 7:00 pm - Hospital Board Meeting. Sundays Detox Meeting (OM NS) 1:00 PM 1:00 PM, Sara Steel building 609 Steele St., Main Entrance Hospital Meeting (OM NS) 7:00 PM Whitehorse General Hospital Mondays The Joy Of Living group (OM, NS) 12:00 noon 305 Wood Street -Back Entrance New Beginnings Group (OM, NS) 8:00 PM 6210 - 6th Ave Tuesdays The Joy Of Living group (OM, NS) 12:00 noon 305 Wood Street -Back Entrance Ugly Duckling Group (OM, NS) 8:00 PM 6210 - 6th Ave.
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Mental Health Association Yukon Free DropIn counselling is offered every Tuesday 11am - 4pm and Saturday from 11am - 3pm. Call 668-6429 for more info. Sat Jun 15 Red Tara Practice 12:30 PM VajraNorth Everyone welcome. For more info contact 667-6951 (Cheryl Buchan) 633-3715 Sat Jun 15 PFLAG Meeting 7:00 PM Yukon College Support for those struggling with sexual orientation and gender identity in themselves or someone they know. Everyone welcome Sun Jun 16 Overeaters Anonymous Meeting 7:00 PM 4071 4th Ave (Many Rivers Bdg) Location may vary please contact email@example.com. Mon Jun 17 Sally & Sisters Lunch 12:00 PM Whitehorse Food Bank Free Hot Lunch for Women & Children 334-9317 Mon Jun 17 Shamata Meditation 5:15 PM White Swan Sanctuary Group meditation all levels welcome Mon Jun 17 Buddhist Meditation Society 5:15 PM White Swan Sanctuary All are welcome! Mon Jun 17 Full Moon Hypnosis 8:30 PM Rooted Tree Massage & Yoga In this guided hypnotherapy session, you can travel into your deep subconscious to increase conﬁdence, self-heal, and discover your full potential. Register online. Tue Jun 18 Counselling Drop-In and Short Term Counselling Service 11:00 AM Mental Health Association Yukon Free DropIn counselling is offered every Tuesday 11am - 4pm and Saturday from 11am - 3pm. Call 668-6429 for more info. Tue Jun 18 Lunchtime Meditation Group 12:00 PM Whitehorse Wellness Center Call 668-6429 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Tue Jun 18 Weight Watchers 5:00 PM Yukon College Please arrive 30-minutes prior to the listed meeting time for weigh-in and registration, room A2202. 403-473-0645 email@example.com
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Sundays to Fridays, Kickboxing Age 5 - 12 4:00 pm N60 Combative Arts Wed Jun 12 Daleydanceﬁt Avalanche Athletics Elevate the endorphins, challenge your brain and just give you a fun workout! Wednesdays at noon and Saturdays at 11:00 a.m Call 633-5245 for more info. Wed Jun 12 Velocity 4:30 PM Biathlon Range Wed Jun 12 Velocity Squad 4:30 PM Biathlon Range Wed Jun 12 Adult Drills 6:00 PM Mt Mac Tennis Courts Email TennisYukon@gmail. com for more info. Wed Jun 12 Trail Maintenance Nights 2019 6:30 PM Whitehorse, Yukon Every 2nd Wednesday of the month, we will be working on a speciﬁc trails. CMBC to provide tools and refreshments, please join with gloves and solid footwear! Email cmbcyukon@ gmail.com for more info. Wed Jun 12 Salty birds 6:30 PM Environment Yukon ofﬁce Rubber boots are suggested due to the harsh salt and soggy terrain. Carpooling is encouraged for the 90km drive. Involves a 3-km, off-trail hike. Wed Jun 12 Riﬂe Silhouette Match 7:00 PM Whitehorse Riﬂe Pistol Club Contact the club online to conﬁrm match and details prior to attending match. Wed Jun 12 Looking for a Game? Adult Tennis Drop-In 7:00 PM Mt Mac Tennis Courts Open to season pass holders only, email TennisYukon@gmail.com for more info.
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Fridays and Saturdays Atlin Community Library 2:00 PM Open Daily Courthouse Gallery Atlin Courthouse Gallery Open 11am-4pm Wed Jun 12 The AAM Festival Headquarters Gallery 11:00 AM Atlin +1 206-201-2526 email@example.com Wed Jun 12 Ladies’ Lunch & Carpet Bowling 7:00 PM Atlin Rec Centre Sat Jun 15 Atlin Lake Shore Market 10:00 AM Tarahne Park Sun Jun 16 St. Martins Anglican Church Service 10:00 AM St. Martins Anglican Church Sun Jun 16 Atlin Christian Centre 10:30 AM Atlin Christian Centre Tue Jun 18 Horseshoes 7:00 PM Tarahne Park Everyone welcome. Wed Jun 19 Ladies’ Lunch & Carpet Bowling 7:00 PM Atlin Rec Centre
Mondays and Fridays Tot Time 9:30 am Nelnah Bessie John School Tuesdays and Saturdays Volleyball 8:00 pm Beaver Creek Community Club
Wed Jun 19 Burwash Landing Recreation Committee, Library & Recycling Board AGM 6:00 PM Burwash Landing All community members welcome.
Wed Jun 12 Healthy Choices & Nutrition Activities 9:00 AM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Wed Jun 12 Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program Lunch 12:00 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School For more info:kathleen.cranﬁeld@ctfn.ca 821-4251 Wed Jun 12 Tlingit Language Game Nights 5:30 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Wed Jun 12 Hiroshikai Judo 6:00 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School 332-1031 Wed Jun 12 AA Carcross 6:30 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Thu Jun 13 Executive Council Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Thu Jun 13 CPNP Lunch 12:00 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Thu Jun 13 Pottery with Claudia MacPhee 3:30 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School Every Tuesday and Thursday, please enter by side door. Everyone welcome! no fee for community members 399-3321 Thu Jun 13 Sewing Nights 6:30 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Thu Jun 13 Prenatal Classes for Mothers and Fathers to be 7:00 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School With Kathleen Cranﬁeld, Registered Midwife and CPNP coordinator Fri Jun 14 AA Meeting Carcross 1:30 PM Carcross/ Tagish First Nation Building Sat Jun 15 Traditional Handgames 1:00 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Sat Jun 15 Haá Shiyí - Our Songs 2:30 PM Carcross Commons A celebration of First Nation Culture, free event. Sun Jun 16 St. Saviours Church Service 11:00 AM St. Saviour’s Church 867-668-3129 Sun Jun 16 Sewing Sessions 12:00 PM Carcross/ Tagish First Nation Building Mon Jun 17 Art at the Carving Shed 5:00 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Mon Jun 17 AA - Tagish 7:30 PM Carcross/Tagish First Nation Building Tue Jun 18 Elders Breakfast 10:00 AM Carcross/ Tagish First Nation Building Tue Jun 18 Pottery with Claudia MacPhee 3:30 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School Every Tuesday and Thursday, please enter by side door. Everyone welcome! no fee for community members 399-3321 Tue Jun 18 Tlingit Language classes 5:00 PM CTFN Capacity Building Tue Jun 18 Excellence Group 5:00 PM Carcross/ Tagish First Nation Building Tue Jun 18 Sports Night 6:00 PM Ghùch Tlâ Community School Tue Jun 18 Women’s Group 7:00 PM Carcross Community Campus 821-4251
Until Sat Aug 24 Art Exhibit - To Talk With Others KIAC Klondike Institute of Art & Culture Through a diverse range of media, the artists reactivate the document and ultimately continue the conversation surrounding self-determination. Free and welcoming to all. Dawson City Wed Jun 12 Toddler Paint 12:15 PM KIAC Klondike Institute of Art & Culture For ages 1-4. Must preregister! Call KIAC at 993-5005 to register or for more info. Wed Jun 12 The Beading Circle - Learn to Bead Program 1:30 PM Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre Learn a few basic beading techniques and see what it takes. You will come away with a whole new appreciation for this timeless art form. Limited to 6 seats.
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Thu Jun 13 Wild and Rosie Apothecary Program 1:30 PM Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre Explore how to create beautiful, natural products with plants from our traditional territory. Thu Jun 13 Orchid Acres 7:00 PM Dawson City Meet at the entrance to the Yukon River Campground in West Dawson This site boasts impressive patches of Spotted Lady’s-slipper orchids. Thu Jun 13 Petunia & Steve Charles 7:30 PM KIAC Klondike Institute of Art & Culture A very special Petunia show at the KIAC Ballroom featuring Steve Charles on guitar and mandolin. Tickets at the door Fri Jun 14 Super Seniors Weights 55+ 11:00 AM Dawson City Fitness Centre Fri Jun 14 Women & Weights (Ladies Only) 12:00 PM Dawson City Fitness Centre Fri Jun 14 Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Youth Centre 3:00 PM Tr’ondek Hwech’in Youth Centre Fri Jun 14 Harmonica George in the Tavern 6:00 PM Westminster Hotel Fri Jun 14 The Executives in the Lounge 11:00 PM Westminster Hotel Sat Jun 15 Dawson City Artists’ Market 11:00 AM KIAC Klondike Institute of Art & Culture Call 9935005, email email@example.com for more information. Sat Jun 15 Painting 1:00 PM KIAC Klondike Institute of Art & Culture Inspire and be inspired by other artists. Bring your own ideas and painting surfaces. Paints, brushes and easels are supplied, no instruction offered. Sat Jun 15 Bannock - Food for the Trail Program 1:30 PM Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre Learn about the history of these hardy foods of the north and enjoy a cup of campﬁre coffee or bush tea. Free! Sat Jun 15 Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in Youth Centre 3:00 PM Tr’ondek Hwech’in Youth Centre Sat Jun 15 Older Youth Nights - Ages 18 - 25 7:00 PM Tr’ondek Hwech’in Youth Centre Sun Jun 16 St. Paul’s Church Service 10:30 AM St Paul’s Church 867-993-5381 Mon Jun 17 Super Seniors Weights 55+ 11:00 AM Dawson City Fitness Centre Mon Jun 17 Women & Weights (Ladies Only) 12:00 PM Dawson City Fitness Centre Mon Jun 17 Author Presentation - Trish Salah 7:00 PM Dawson City Community Library Refreshments provided. 867-993-5571 firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Jun 18 Wild and Rosie Apothecary Program 1:30 PM Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre Explore how to create beautiful, natural products with plants from our traditional territory. Tue Jun 18 Older Youth Nights - Ages 15-18 3:00 PM Tr’ondek Hwech’in Youth Centre Tue Jun 18 Step n Strong 7:00 PM Robert Service School For more information email: getrealﬁt@ me.com 867-993-2520 Jun 19 -21 Dawson City Music Festival 2019 Dawson City A three-day celebration of grassroots music, taking place in each July. Dubbed “Canada’s tiny, perfect festival” by the Georgia Straight.
Wed Jun 12 Faro Fire Department Meeting 7:00 PM Faro Fire Hall Faro Fire Department Wednesday Meeting. Thu Jun 13 Parent & Tot Storytime 10:00 AM Faro Community Library For babies to age 4. Stories & crafts will be provided Thu Jun 13 Faro Kids Club 3:30 PM Faro Recreation Centre Thu Jun 13 Environment Club 3:45 PM Del Van Gorder School Fri Jun 14 Teen Drop in Gym 7:00 PM Del Van Gorder School Sun Jun 16 Faro Church of Apostles Mass 10:00 AM Church of Apostles Sun Jun 16 Faro Bible Chapel Sunday Service 10:30 AM Faro Bible Chapel with Pastor Ted Baker 994-2442 994-2442 Tue Jun 18 Parent & Tot Storytime 10:00 AM Faro Community Library For babies to age 4. Stories & crafts will be provided
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Daily Haines Public Library Open Hours: Mon-Wed 11-8 | Fri 10-6 | Sat/Sun 1:30-4:30| Thurs/Fri Closed #907-766-2545 Mondays and Wednesdays Kids Jujutsu 5:00 pm Chilkat Center For The Arts Jun 12-14 AKtive Basketball Camp Haines Community Centre Will focus on fundamentals, attention to detail, mindset, and an array of drills that campers can take away and work on with others or on their own. Call for more information. 907-314-0481 email@example.com Haines Wed Jun 12 Aqua Aerobics 8:00 AM Haines Borough Swimming Pool Wed Jun 12 Detective Time 3:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Wed Jun 12 Nature Walk 4:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Wed Jun 12 Sword Class 6:30 PM Chilkat Center For The Arts Wed Jun 12 Open Mic Nite 10:00 PM Pioneer Bar Thu Jun 13 Ashtanga Yoga with Melina 9:30 AM Chilkat Center For The Arts
Thu Jun 13 Starvin’ Marvin Gardenin’ 12:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Thu Jun 13 Lemonade Stands 101 2:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Fri Jun 14 Aqua Aerobics 8:00 AM Haines Borough Swimming Pool Fri Jun 14 Tai Chi - Advanced 10:15 AM Chilkat Center For The Arts Fri Jun 14 Touch Base -- Pam, Tracey, Laura 11:00 AM Haines Chamber Of Commerce Fri Jun 14 Story Time 12:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Jun 14 Yoga with Mandy 1:00 PM Chilkat Center For The Arts Fri Jun 14 Fairytale Theater 3:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Fri Jun 14 Spanish Fun 4:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Fri Jun 14 Amateur Magicians 5:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Fri Jun 14 American Legion Burger Night 6:00 PM American Legion Sat Jun 15 Tai Chi 11:00 AM Chilkat Center For The Arts Sun Jun 16 Sunday Worship 11:00 AM Haines Presbyterian Church Sun Jun 16 Bible Club - Sunday School 12:30 PM Haines Presbyterian Church Sun Jun 16 Haines Public Library Open 1:30 PM Haines Borough Public Library Mon Jun 17 Aqua Aerobics 8:00 AM Haines Borough Swimming Pool Mon Jun 17 Mother Goose Stories and Songs 11:00 AM Haines Borough Public Library fohbpl@ gmail.com Mon Jun 17 Yoga with Mandy 1:00 PM Chilkat Center For The Arts Mon Jun 17 Puppets 3:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Mon Jun 17 Space Heroes 4:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Mon Jun 17 Gardeners’ Club 5:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Mon Jun 17 Adults Jujutsu 6:30 PM Chilkat Center For The Arts Tue Jun 18 Ashtanga Yoga with Melina 9:30 AM Chilkat Center For The Arts Tue Jun 18 Lego Club 12:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Tue Jun 18 Aquatic Rangers 2:00 PM Haines Borough Public Library Tue Jun 18 Women’s Fellowship 3:00 PM Haines Senior Center
Wed Jun 12 Seniors - Drop-In and Activities 1:30 PM Haines Junction Seniors Apartments Arts, craft, ﬁtness, pool tournaments, shufﬂeboard, carpet bowling, and card and board games. Refreshments. Wed Jun 12 Adult Volleyball 6:30 PM St. Elias Community School Wed Jun 12 Jam Session 6:30 PM Village Bakery and Deli Come along and to make some tunes, tell a poem, do a standup comedy routine, or just listen. Wed Jun 12 Village of Haines Junction Council Meeting 7:00 PM St Elias Convention Centre Thu Jun 13 Daku Nan Ts’eddhyet - Our house is waking up the land Da Ku Cultural Centre Festival of drumming, song and dance. Thu Jun 13 Da Kų Nän Ts’étthèt - Dance Festival Da Ku Cultural Centre For more information call 3356672 or email email@example.com. Thu Jun 13 Seniors - Carpet Bowling 1:30 PM St Elias Convention Centre All Seniors and Elders welcome! Thu Jun 13 Chair Yoga For Seniors 3:00 PM Haines Junction Seniors Apartments Thu Jun 13 Women’s Circle 5:30 PM Mun Ku Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Thu Jun 13 Adult Soccer 7:30 PM St. Elias Community School Fri Jun 14 Story Hour 10:00 AM Haines Junction Community Library Fri Jun 14 Friday Night Salmon Bake - Featuring - Speed Control 6:00 PM Village Bakery and Deli Delicious food, live music, call 634-2867 or email email@example.com for more information. Mon Jun 17 Richard Van Camp, Reading and Talk 7:00 PM St Elias Convention Centre An internationally renowned storyteller and best-selling author. Tue Jun 18 Southern Tutchone Classes 12:00 PM Da Ku Cultural Centre Tue Jun 18 Takhini Family Game Night 7:00 PM Takhini Hall
Sat Jun 15 Willow Weaving Retreat 12:00 PM Wheaton River Gardens Learn to make a “melon” or “ribbed “with many variations on shape and handles possible. Great class for ﬁrst time basket makers!!! To register call 668-5964 Sun Jun 16 Kids Flower Garden Project 3:00 PM Lorne Mountain Community Centre Gardening for kids, every Sunday in April, transplant various plants, plant seeds, learn about soil and the bugs in it. Call 667-7083 for more information.
Wed Jun 12 Open Hours 5:00 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Wed Jun 12 Pump Fitness 6:30 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Thu Jun 13 Choir 6:30 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Fri Jun 14 Friday Night Dinner & Drinks 6:00 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Sat Jun 15 Bridge club 12:00 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Sat Jun 15 Knitting Circle 1:00 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre 660-4999 managermarshlake@ gmail.com Tue Jun 18 North of 60 Seniors Cafe. We heat the beverages, you heat the air. 2:00 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre Tue Jun 18 Yoga with Richard 5:30 PM Marsh Lake Community Centre
Fri Jun 14 Dinner and Movie Night 5:00 PM Mayo Community Hall And Recreation Centre Sun Jun 16 St. Mary’s Church Service 11:00 AM St Mary’s Church (867)667-7746 Tue Jun 18 Mayo Sewing Nights 7:00 PM Yukon College Mayo Campus
Wed Jun 12 Teacher Appreciation BBQ 4:30 PM Old Crow Community Center Thu Jun 13 Adult Night at the Youth Centre 7:00 PM Old Crow Community Center Sun Jun 16 St. Luke’s Church Service 11:00 AM St. Luke’s Church 867-993-5381 Tue Jun 18 Gym Night 7:00 PM Old Crow Community Center
Daily, Mondays to Fridays, Mom, Dad & Me Toddler Time 9:00 am Skagway Alaska Appropriate for 2 - 4 yrs. of age & caregiver, Free drop-in. Call 907-9832679 for more info. Wed Jun 12 SpinFlex w/Katherine 6:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre 30 min. cycling- 25 min. resistance training-must be able to lunge & squat Skagway Wed Jun 12 Back & Hip Yoga 10:00 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Wed Jun 12 Group Cycling w/Therese 12:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Wed Jun 12 Group Cycling w/Cindy & Emily 4:45 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Thu Jun 13 Mat Pilates 6:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Intermediate core based class using classical mat exercises to create long, lean muscles. Thu Jun 13 Senior Chair Based Weight Training 10:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Chair based resistance training program that’s not just for seniors. Thu Jun 13 Basketball For Adults 7:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Fri Jun 14 SpinYOGA 8:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Sat Jun 15 Group Cycling w/Emily 11:00 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Sat Jun 15 Bouncy House Fun Time! 1:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre A parent or guardian must accompany children 12 and under. Sat Jun 15 Undo and Renew Gentle Yoga 3:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Sun Jun 16 Undo and Renew Gentle Yoga 3:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Mon Jun 17 SpinFlex w/Katherine 6:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre 30 min. cycling- 25 min. resistance training-must be able to lunge & squat Mon Jun 17 Restorative - Yin Yoga ALL Levels 10:00 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Mon Jun 17 Group Cycling w/Therese 12:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Mon Jun 17 Group Cycling w/Cindy & Emily 4:45 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Mon Jun 17 Hatha Yoga w/Sherry- ALL Levels 5:45 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Mon Jun 17 Acro Jam 6:30 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Playful practice that combines acrobatics and yoga. This is an unstructured class to work on things you would like to improve on or trade Tue Jun 18 Mat Pilates 6:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Intermediate core based class using classical mat exercises to create long, lean muscles. Tue Jun 18 Senior Chair Based Weight Training 10:30 AM Skagway Recreation Centre Chair based resistance training program that’s not just for seniors. Tue Jun 18 Hatha Flow w. Foam Roller & Pinky Balls 5:45 PM Skagway Recreation Centre Hatha Flow practice followed by foam roller and pinky balls. Tue Jun 18 Basketball For Adults 7:00 PM Skagway Recreation Centre
Wed Jun 12 Tagish Library 12:00 PM Tagish Community Centre 399-3418
Wed Jun 12 Coffee and Chat: Tagish Community Centre 2:00 PM Tagish Community Centre Fresh baked goods every Wednesday. Thu Jun 13 Carpet Bowling 11:15 AM Tagish Community Centre Everyone is invited to come and learn the technical game of Carpet Bowling. Sat Jun 15 Tagish Library 12:00 PM Tagish Community Centre 399-3418 Sun Jun 16 Pancake Breakfast 9:30 AM Tagish Community Centre Third Sunday of every month. September 20th - Trivia Theme is “Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?’ 399-3407 recreation@ tagishyukon.org Sun Jun 16 Tagish Community Church of the Nazarene 4:00 PM Tagish Community Church of the Nazarene 633-4903 firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Jun 18 Carpet Bowling 11:15 AM Tagish Community Centre Everyone is invited to come and learn the technical game of Carpet Bowling. Wed Jun 19 Tagish Library 12:00 PM Tagish Community Centre 399-3418 Wed Jun 19 Foot Wellness Clinic 1:30 PM Tagish Community Centre Wed Jun 19 Coffee and Chat: Tagish Community Centre 2:00 PM Tagish Community Centre Fresh baked goods every Wednesday. Wed Jun 19 Tagish Community Association meeting 7:00 PM Tagish Community Centre Agenda posted at tagish.ca
Wed Jun 12 Standard First Aid 9:00 AM Yukon College - Teslin Campus Call 390-8800 or email email@example.com to register. Wed Jun 12 Seniors Social 10:00 AM Teslin Rec Center Every Wednesday come play cards, drink coffee, chat, and have a good time. Call Kelsey at 335-4250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Wed Jun 12 Boys Club 6:00 PM Teslin Rec Center Wed Jun 12 Badminton Nights 7:00 PM Teslin Rec Center Every Thursday, bring your racket or just bring yourself for some swift fun! 335-4250 email@example.com Thu Jun 13 Exercise Class with Amber 5:30 PM Teslin School Come try it out for an awesome workout! Fri Jun 14 Girls Club 5:00 PM Teslin Rec Center For grades 7-12, come hang out, games, activities and snacks! Call Kelsy 335-4250 for more information. Fri Jun 14 Youth Club 8:00 PM Teslin Rec Center For grades 7-12, come hang out, games, activities and snacks! Call Kelsey 335-4250 for more information. Sat Jun 15 Volleyball 7:00 PM Teslin School Everyone welcome! Tue Jun 18 Yoga in the Mezzanine 5:30 PM Teslin Rec Center Every Tuesday, mats provided just bring your zen. 335-4250 firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Jun 18 Teslin Dance Group Practice 7:00 PM Teslin Healing Centre Every Tuesday evening, for more info contact Melaina at 867.390.2532 ext. 333 or Melaina.email@example.com Tue Jun 18 Volleyball 7:00 PM Teslin School Everyone welcome!
Mondays-Fridays Youth Activity Club 3:15 pm Watson Lake Recreation Centre For grades 5-11, come hang out, games, activities and snacks! Call 536-8023 for more info. Thu Jun 13 Help and Hope Drop in for Moms and Kids 1:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre Crafts and Activities together! Thu Jun 13 Taking the Pulse 6:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre Review of Yukon’s health and social programs and services is underway, and the Independent Expert Panel leading the review needs your help. Thu Jun 13 Body Fit 7:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre Contact Meaghan for more information 536-8023 Thu Jun 13 Watson Lake Elders Society AGM 7:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre All Welcome Sat Jun 15 Ladies Time Out Breakfast 8:30 AM Andrea’s Hotel Come out for a relaxing time of inspiration, fun, and encouragement. For more information call Ruth Holt 536-7726 or Ruth Wilkinson at 536-4542” Sat Jun 15 Arts in the Park & Farmers Market 12:00 PM Wye Lake Park Every Saturday, live music and entertainment. Call 335-7695 for more information. Sun Jun 16 St. John’s Church Service 10:00 AM St. John’s Church Service (867) 536-2932 Mon Jun 17 Help and Hope Drop in for Moms and Kids 1:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre Crafts and Activities together! Tue Jun 18 Body Fit 7:00 PM Watson Lake Recreation Centre Contact Meaghan for more information 536-8023 Tue Jun 18 Town of Watson Lake Council Meeting 7:00 PM Town of Watson Lake
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YUKON INNOVATION PRIZE FINALISTS PART 4 OF 4
Venting for need, intelligent indeed
Intelligent monitor would monitor and control air ventilation based on air quality by Danny Macdonald Like another project, Yukon Innovation Prize finalists Cody Reaume and Thomas Jacquin are focused on improving the energy efficiency of Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRVs.) The units have become a mandatory part of northern construction because, as buildings become more insu-
whatsupyukon.com lated and efficient, the amount of fresh air capable of circulating into the structure is reduced. The unit helps keep the building ventilated, while preserving the heat already inside. The two inventors are focused on improving the intelligence of those cycles in the home by developing a device capable of monitoring and controlling the HRV. “The idea came about by looking at existing HRV controls,” Reaume said. “There’s not intelligence to it. You’re venting air, but there’s no telling if it’s clean or not. “Could we use real time measurements to monitor if air was clean?” The duo are proposing to do that monitoring with a wall control unit that would replace your existing control with a fourwire control. They envision it as something that individuals could simply retrofit and install on existing builds and HRV units. The end result is a home system that only activates for a cycle and uses energy when it detects that the air in the house needs to be ventilated due to air quality. “We want owners to understand the benefit of it,” Jacquin said. “Understand what it means when air quality is better. “You can reduce costs by eliminating circulation cycles when not needed and also improve air quality by cycling when required.” They have modeling that estimates the unit could provide energy savings of about $150 per year. Reaume is quick to note that the estimates vary depending on the occupancy and size of a home. Their models account for an aver-
age-sized home that’s usually empty from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The intelligent monitor itself would be approximately the size of a modern smartphone and would monitor the levels of carbon dioxide and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the home to determine when a ventilation cycle is needed. Reaume notes that carbon dioxide is the compound in air that leaves it “stale” and VOCs are found in a lot of products including glue, paint and solvents. “You get ‘sick building syndrome’ from these things in buildings,” Jacquin said. Reaume and Jacquin see the unit as a viable product across the North and colder climates, where air quality issues and energy efficiency continue to be balanced in building new homes. They also note that it has the potential to improve the efficiency of ventilation for air conditioning in warmer climates. They have a plan to move their product forward and make sure that it can be successful. “The next step is getting an alpha product out in homes and getting some data collection and feedback,” Reaume said. “We want to adjust the product on feedback.” ‘We don’t want to ramp up production if there needs to be a change,” Jacquin said. “It’s important to get feedback if people want additional features.” The 2019 Yukon Innovation Prize is presented by the Cold Climate Innovation Centre at Yukon College and the Department of Economic Development. The four finalists were selected for the
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Cody Reaume works on the project at Yukonstruct
PHOTO: Malkolm Boothroyd
PHOTO: Thomas Jacquin
high commercialization potential. They were provided $10,000 to further develop their ideas. The prize winner will be announced in late June and will receive a further $60,000.
Thomas Jacquin works on the settings for the HRV intelligent monitor
Danny Macdonald is the editor of What’s Up Yukon. He is a lifelong Yukoner who is active in sports, community organizations and the Yukon’s events scene.
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ome kids eat their meals just to get to the desserts. I can well remember when dear old Mom would tell me to eat my supper because it was good for me. My eyes were on the grand finale aka the dessert that only came once I had finished the main event. Often, I would sneak one to take up to bed with me. With this in mind, this week I’m offering up some of those tasty treats from the good old days.
From My Mother’s Kitchen with Murray Martin
They’re never “just desserts”
FRUIT COCKTAIL SQUARES Ingredients 1 cup white sugar 1 14 oz can fruit cocktail (do not drain) 1 egg 1 tsp baking powder Pinch of salt 2 cups white flour ¾ cup brown sugar 1 cup nuts Method: • Mix sugar, fruit, egg, baking powder and salt thoroughly. • Pour into buttered 9 x 13 pan. • Sprinkle top with brown sugar and nuts. Bake at 350 F for 50 minutes. • Cut into squares. Serve with whipped topping.
MAPLE TARTS Ingredients ½ cup butter 2 beaten eggs 2 tsp maple flavoring 1 cup brown sugar ½ cup flour ½ cup walnuts Raspberry jam Dozen tart shells Method: • Mix all ingredients except raspberry jam in a large bowl. • Line baking tin with tart shells. • Put ½ tsp of jam in the bottom of each shell.
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• Spoon mixture into tart shells. • Bake at 350 F for 25 minutes. • Ice with maple butter icing. (optional.) CINNAMON PUFFS Ingredients 1 ½ cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 egg 2 ¼ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp nutmeg 5 Tbsp shortening ½ cup white sugar ½ cup milk 6 Tbsp melted butter ½ cup white sugar 1 tsp cinnamon Method: • Measure flour and baking powder, salt and nutmeg. • Cream shortening and ½ cup sugar. Add beaten egg yolk. • Sift dry ingredients and add alternately with milk. • Fold in beaten egg whites. Sift but do not dry. • Fill well-greased muffin pans. • Bake in a moderate oven (about 350 F). • Roll in melted butter, then the other ½ cup sugar mixed with cinnamon. YORKSHIRE PARKIN Ingredients 1 lb fine oatmeal 1 lb corn syrup ½ cup shortening 2 tsp ginger 1 tsp baking soda 2 Tbsp brown sugar 1 Tbsp milk Method: • Rub some shortening into oat-
Murray shares a recipe for an oldie dessert, Yorkshire parkin This week’s saying: “You know when you are getting old when the candles cost more than the cake.” meal. Add sugar and ginger. • Melt the syrup and dissolve soda in milk. • Mix all together. • Line shallow tin with parchment paper. • Bake in shallow tin at 325 F for one hour. OLD-FASHIONED GINGER SNAPS Ingredients 1 cup molasses 1 tsp ginger 1 cup sugar 1 tsp salt 1 cup melted shortening ½ cup boiling water Some all-purpose white flour Method: • Mix in above order, using enough flour to make a soft dough. Do not roll. • Pinch off pieces the size of marbles and roll with hands.
• Place 1 inch apart in pan as snaps will spread while baking. • Bake at about 325 F until the right golden shade is obtained. OLD-FASHIONED MIXED BUT DELIGHT COOKIES Ingredients ¾ cup butter 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg ½ tsp vanilla 2 cups flour 1 tsp baking powder ¼ tsp salt ½ cup coconut ½ cup chopped nuts ½ cup chopped maraschino cherries Method: • Cream butter and sugar. • Add egg and beat well. • Add vanilla. • Sift dry ingredients and add to mixture. • Blend well. • Add coconut, nuts and cherries. • Drop from spoon on wellgreased cookie sheets. • Bake in oven at 350 F until done. OLDIE BUTTERSCOTCH MUFFINS Ingredients 2 cups flour 1 egg ¼ cup white sugar ⅔ cup milk 4 tsp baking powder 1 cup brown sugar 1 tsp salt ¼ cup raisins 4 tbsp shortening ½ cup butter
Method: • Make a biscuit dough of the first seven ingredients. • Roll to ½ inch thickness. • Sprinkle with sugar and raisins. • Roll up and cut into 1-inch sections. • Grease pan, sprinkle with sugar and dot with butter. • Place biscuits on this (you may also use muffin tins) with cut side up. • Bake in a hot oven for 10 minutes . OLD-FASHIONED BROWNIES Ingredients ½ cup butter 1 cup white sugar 3 eggs 1 ½ tsp vanilla 1 cup flour ½ cup cocoa 1 tsp baking powder ½ tsp salt 1 cup chocolate chips Method: • Melt butter. • Stir in sugar and eggs, whisk until smooth. • Add vanilla, then all dry ingredients and mix well. • Mix in chocolate chips. • Pour into greased 9 X 13 inch pan. • Bake at 350 F for 25 to 30 minutes. Murray Martin shares recipes from the 1940s and ‘50s with us. Questions or comments about his stories can be sent to email@example.com.
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