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Like sculptors through centuries, eight budding local artists released forms caught in raw chunks of cedar — masks, plaques, paddles and bowls.
A former Dawson City mayor and a former chief administrative officer are facing formal charges relating to alleged mismanagement of public funds…
Robert Arthur King was supposed to pick up his friend, Paul Warner, in Carmacks last week, but he didn’t show.
It’s easy to be apathetic, lazy, uninterested. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to be bored.
Old Crow residents are seeing disturbing changes in their environment. The permafrost is melting and water is drying up.
At first glance, it looks like an odd place to buy a hot dog. About 15 kilometres outside Haines Junction — if you’re driving from…
Another city subdivision plan is getting a rough ride in council. Developers, cross-country skiers and environment advocates squared off this week…
The Yukon government did not properly consult before approving a 65-hectare agricultural lease on First Nation traditional territory, Supreme Court…
The Council of Yukon First Nations is stepping in to support Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation. CYFN will seek intervener status, which will allow…
Randall Pokiak lives in Tuktoyaktuk but his home is on the land. The plains are his front porch and the ocean, his backyard.
A proposed residential development in a Porter Creek greenspace has left Yukon Resources minister Archie Lang facing charges of impropriety in the…
There’s an old saying: holding the key is no good if you can’t find the house. Mark Mistelbacher learned this the hard way last week…
When Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak started making videos in the 1980s, they encountered more resistance than they expected.
Drums all have different voices, just like people, master drummer ManDido Morris tells a group of students in Porter Creek Secondary School’s…
Though the Capital Hotel’s bar has a red sign hanging near its front door proclaiming it a “drug-free zone,” the place has a…
A six-year-old Whitehorse girl died after being thrown from a vehicle that rolled off highway 97 near Fort Nelson, BC, this weekend.
A month has passed since the city stopped planning a 280-lot infill in Porter Creek, but there has been no word on the fate of the land selection…
It’s the Tuesday before the Dawson City Music Festival and producer Dylan Griffith is breathless. That’s not surprising.
It will be a hive of activity during the Canada Winter Games — the site of many hellos and goodbyes, of artistic expressions and cultural…
With no lower lip, and bulging blue veins snaking across half his face, David Roche stands out in a crowd. And that’s the way he likes it.