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In a land of ice, snow and permafrost, the delicate task of burying deceased pets has always posed a problem.
Eva Holland Special for the News The standardized fitness test for Canada's wildland firefighters is as much a game of strategy as it is a feat of raw strength and endurance. I learn that quickly, but not soon enough.
Garret Gillespie and Heidi Marion knew they might be planting more seeds than they could hope to grow.
Antonio Zedda is actively trying to make the Yukon more passive - at least in terms of home design. The Whitehorse based architect is organizing a Passive House certification course for this January.
For residents fed up with the territory's periodic Internet outages, Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski's recent budget speech contained a promising tidbit.
It’s no secret that many Yukon homes are built on permafrost. And it’s not news that as the climate warms, pockets of permafrost are starting to thaw, causing roads and foundations to settle unevenly.
A man carrying a giant cardboard box is awkwardly making his way down the basement stairs of the newly opened Lead Dog Backpacker's Inn. "Do you need a hand with that?" says Mike Tribes, one of the hostel's co-owners.
First there was nothing. Then there was bike-friendly yurt accommodation. Perched amid the high bluffs of Long Lake Road lies a hobbit-like…
Roxana Perez de Iga and Jorge Iga moved to the Yukon from Mexico 10 days after they got married. They're a long way from Saltillo, in the state of Coahuila, but they have brought little pieces of their former home with them.
CARCROSS ‘WoooooOOOOOO!” Ten mostly francophone civil servants from Ottawa come roaring across the desert on ATVs, while the dozen…
In an open pit mine somewhere in Canada, the driver of a 777D earthmover is casually delivering his load of newly excavated rock. Suddenly, the engine erupts into flames. Calmly, the operator cuts the engine, brings the ear
Calgary's Rebecca Northan has become an excellent judge of character. It's a job requirement when you cast the lead of your play moments before you go on stage.
The brewmasters at Yukon Brewing have been known to put all manner of things into their beers, from pureed ginger and stinging nettle to hand-peeled grapefruit and espresso coffee.
Singer Nicole Edwards can hold a note in two languages. Inspired by her French first name, an Anglo-Ontarian is now Yukon's francophile folk-rock diva. Many agree Edwards has the most beautiful voice in Yukon.
A tiny fish hatchery just outside Porter Creek is making big strides to help the Yukon's struggling chinook salmon population. If you're not looking for it, the McIntyre Creek hatchery is easy to miss.
For the second year in a row, Northwestel has been selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers.
Whitehorse is in the grips of a residential lot shortage. Housing prices have skyrocketed and proposed lot developments have become snarled in some…
Melting permafrost is one of the best-known impacts of climate change in the North. Now, new research out of Alaska suggests that vanishing permafrost is having a major impact on the Yukon River.
Destruction Bay earned its name from the wind. Seventy years later, wind prospector J.P. Pinard hopes to capitalize on that reputation.
Ten thousand years after some Mesopotamians first got the bright idea to plant some corn seeds, it's hard to imagine the gardening industry has any new ideas up its sleeve.