Ian Stewart

Have air gun, will travel

Just over a year ago, Danielle Marcotte failed to make the cut to represent Yukon on the Canada Games rifle shooting team.

Africans see themselves through an African lens

Photojournalist Robertson Bales spent years documenting development projects in Southeast Asia and South America — but his latest venture…

Nishikawa back on World Cup track

Cross country skiing Cross Country Canada has announced the Canadian line-up for the upcoming Canmore World Cup races and Yukon’s Graham…

Abbott, Smith fastest on the trails

Cross country skiing Day two of the annual Don Sumanik Memorial Races was finally run on Saturday afternoon on the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club…

Air North burns Cinderwood in rec league

Whitehorse Recreational Hockey League Tuesday results: Air North Jets 16 Cinderwood Canucks 4 The Jets quadrupled their scoring in this lopsided…

Climbing the icy towers of downtown Whitehorse

Four new towers are taking shape beside Shipyards Park, and they’re likely to be the tallest, most impressive structures along the waterfront…

Sled dogs set to run at Carbon Hill

The 14th running of the Carbon Hill Sled Dog Race is set for Saturday, January 19 at the Lorne Mountain Community Centre on Annie Lake Road.

Noisy shop project opens doors

In a workroom at the Skills Canada centre in Marwell, a project nearly three years in the making is finally being wrapped up — or, more…

Skiers finish week with strong placings at World Junior Trials

This weekend, the Yukon Ski Team competed in back-to-back races and, as usual, posted some impressive results at the World Junior Trials in Duntroon,…

Yukon Quest lineup filled with champs

Twenty-nine teams will set out February 9 from Fairbanks on the frozen Chena River for the 2008 Yukon Quest. The entry deadline was December 14.

Abbott, Nishikawa take first Don Sumanik race

The Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club hosted the annual Don Sumanik Memorial Race Sunday afternoon on the Mount McIntyre trails.

Knight, Nishikawa competing with new BC team

Most high achievers head off to university after they graduate from high school — it’s the natural progression.

Junior mushers take the long road to the Arctic Games

With just one veteran musher returning to the Arctic Winter Games in March in Yellowknife, and three rookies possibly making the trip, Yukon’s…

Nishikawa bounces back in Quebec

Graham Nishikawa demonstrated to the Canadian ski community that he is a force to be reckoned with as he scored a decisive victory in the Open…

Noram Race golden for Nishikawa

Yukon’s Emily Nishikawa ended a tough three-day competition in Canmore, Alberta, this weekend by winning gold in the junior women’s…

The Silver Sled adds a bluegrass twang

Haines Junction’s 160-kilometre sled dog race, The Silver Sled, is heading into its 12th incarnation in March, and the event just keeps growing.

Kilrich’s Sparling shuts down the Edgewater

Whitehorse Oldtimers Hockey Sunday results: Kilrich 5 Edgewater Hotel 0 Laurie Malo led Kilrich with a goal, and two assists, while Woody…

Trailblazer Greenlaw honoured

The Trans-Canada Trail passes through Whitehorse, along the Copper Haul Road, on its way to the Beaufort Sea at Tuktoyaktuk — and an urban…

Borsa nets five for the Gulch

Indoor soccer Under-11 (Wednesday) Henry Gulch 7 Austring Fendricks 5 Henry Gulch slipped past the Austring crew on Wednesday with Tanner Borsa…

Tai chi is Boyde’s kung fu

Pam Boyde’s tai chi has come a long way since she started in Whitehorse nearly 20 years ago. “At that time it was the Beijing 24,…