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Yukon artists have taken on unconventional canvases to chip in towards improvements for Whitehorse's skate park.
Late last week Steve Slade, a local Whitehorse musician and teacher, gave a group of students their last music lesson before their holiday performance in front of their families.
A Tribe Called Red is back. The critically-acclaimed DJ crew gained many fans on its last visit to the territory two years ago, when they played Frostbite in Whitehorse and a Moosehide Gathering fundraiser in Dawson.
Headless Owl has taken flight. At a time when digital records are pervasive, the tiny record label is turning a profit by selling limited-edition vinyl records.
Slumping mineral prices have meant that some Yukoners usually engaged in mineral exploration have instead spent their summer hunting for morel mushrooms. It's been a good summer to do it.
Yukon nurse Kate Bradshaw is grateful for the many ways her life has been blessed, and wants to give something back.
As the days shorten in Whitehorse, one artist has decided the city needs a little brightening up.
The Tr'ondek Hwech'in shared their land, culture and heritage at the Moosehide Gathering this past weekend. Throngs of people were shuttled by a small armada to Moosehide Village.
When Jordi Mikeli and Jeremy Jones met, they probably had no idea that their names, fused in marriage, would eventually form the title of a fixture for Whitehorse's fans of loud music, piercings and tattoos.