Emotional First Aid on Offer

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Michael Swainson will be instructing a course at Yukon College called Crisis Intervention and Peer Support

No one should have to face a life crisis alone, but not all of us know how to help.

“That’s what this course is going to teach,” said Michael Swainson, the instructor for an upcoming course at Yukon . . . → Read More: Emotional First Aid on Offer

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An Autistic Boy’s Best Friend

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Six year old Brendan Nash has a devoted buddy who helps him through his day.

Roscoe, a 27 month old black lab, is a specially trained Autism Assistance Dog Guide and Brendan’s constant companion.

Brendan and Roscoe enjoy their time togethe

There were early signs that caused concern such as not talking at age . . . → Read More: An Autistic Boy’s Best Friend

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Art Aids Struggle With Addiction

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When meeting emerging artist Jenna Walchuk, one wouldn’t think of her as being anyone other than the 27-year-old mother of two young boys she is today. She’s warm, inviting and quick to smile.

But everyone has a story. A chapter of Walchuk’s involves the downward spiral of addiction, and it will be on display in . . . → Read More: Art Aids Struggle With Addiction

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Invitation For a Stroll

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The walls are ablaze with colour, movement, passion and spirit, all to carry the message of this month’s featured artist at the Copper Moon Gallery; an invitation to take a walk.

Daphne Mennell’s new show Come for a Walk encourages a longing in people to step out and experience Yukon’s tranquil footpaths.

“Whenever I go . . . → Read More: Invitation For a Stroll

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