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By Molly MacDonald The Klondike Sun always takes a holiday break in December, to let our volunteers enjoy festivities as much as everyone else. But there’s so much going on in Dawson in December that we wanted to share at … Continue reading
By Chris Healey Today we conducted a very informal, casual count of front lawn election signs in an attempt to predict which party would garner the most votes in Dawson City.
By Chris Healey The Klondike Sun is pleased to introduce a new podcast feature to our community newspaper. We start with an interview with one of the many artists who have come to Dawson City to explore and create work … Continue reading
By Dan Davidson If you didn’t know that Larry Bagnell was fond of Dawson City, the name he and his wife, Melissa, gave to their son might give it away. His name is Dawson. “I’ve always been very committed to … Continue reading
By Dan Davidson Interviewed in Dawson in September Green Party candidate Frank De Jong was candid about his chances of winning the Yukon’s Parliamentary seat. He doesn’t expect he will, but he expects to do better than people might think.
By Dan Davidson In Dawson all the incumbent councillors were reelected to their seats on council, making it a clean sweep of all the current councillors who had wanted to run. Mayor Wayne Potoroka was already acclaimed to a second … Continue reading
By Dan Davidson Two days before the election day is a bit late to be having a municipal election forum, but it was better late than never in Dawson City. Even then, two of the candidates, one of whom is … Continue reading
Story & Photos by Chris Healey
A literary opportunity.