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Winter Is Here!

Winter Is Here!

If you read this from anywhere other than North of 60th, you may ask yourself why do we specify again that winter is here, given that it can – by now – be considered common knowledge that winters in the Yukon last up to 6 months. Well, as a distinctively local...

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Connecting You To Winter!

Connecting You To Winter!

The Yukon Wildlife Preserve has seen incredible growth, especially over the last 6 of its 15 years. The Yukon is also seeing a growth in winter tourism, and locals alike wanting to get outside, explore, be active and appreciate the beauty of this territory.  In...

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Defining Who We Are

Defining Who We Are

We have a lot to be thankful for this fall! This summer we received the largest single donation in the Preserve's 15 year history. Steve Smyth donated a whopping $25,000 in August! Its humbling but also energizing to know how much our community values what we're...

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Watson Arrives

Watson Arrives

Watson arrives June 2019. If you’ve been following along with local media, you’ll know by now that we have a couple pretty cute moose in our Wildlife Rehabilitation and Research Centre. Thanks to the expert care of Dr. Maria Hallock and our Animal Care staff, the moose are eating well. But the road ahead is still uncertain – these moose are going through a stressful, challenging experience.

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The Gift That Gives Back

The Gift That Gives Back

This limited edition, very special hat (or toque as we Canadians like to call it), was made exclusively in the Yukon. This hat directly supports the diverse community that makes this place and its people so unique! Hand-knitted in Whitehorse The Yukon Campfire Hat...

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