Monthly Archives: July 2014

The sharp edges and warm hearts of Yellowknife

I came across this article in the National Post about Yellowknife and I thought I would share it with you.  I agree with the author’s sentiments – Yellowknife does have both sharp edges and warm hearts.  As an ER doc … Continue reading

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This Land is in Flames

This summer the north is on fire.  The Northwest Territories is experiencing dry conditions, and there hasn’t been a fire season like this is over 30 years.  Over 1,000,000 hectares has burnt so far, with no end is sight.  That’s … Continue reading

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No, after you!

I was on my way home from town the other day, and as I came out of the marina in the motorboat ( the as yet unnamed big powerboat), I came across a situation for which I had no rules … Continue reading

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