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‘It feels like we have a lot of big, anchor Yukon shows this year’
You can smell it in the air. Winter is coming. And for those who love to hurl themselves down frozen mountains, it can’t come soon enough.
When the man who she had been chatting with at the Toronto bar got up to sing, Whitehorse jazz musician Fawn Fritzen knew his voice would fit perfectly on her next album.
When Whitehorse musician Ryan McNally returned north from a trip to New Orleans last year, he carried with him a valuable souvenir: his next album.
When Joseph Tisiga was growing up he had an obsession with the number 2010. It was just a number seemingly pulled out of mid-air that stuck with him. At first, it was innocent enough, but it took a darker turn in Tisiga's teens.
With many of the Yukon Quest mushers checking in at Dawson over the past few days, the trails on the Canadian side of the course are starting to see their first bit of action.
Red Seal chef Gene Batten leans back into his office chair and considers the hypothetical challenge: prepare a Yukon moose roast for Christmas dinner.
Jo Stewart has a slight addiction. But unlike cigarettes or potato chips, her obsession is actually quite healthy. "I knit every spare chance I get," says Stewart.
The sound is optimistic and uplifting. African melodies are infused with western hip-hop beats to create a modern sound while still being rooted in tradition.
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll are probably the last things you'd expect to find in Charles Schulz's timeless comic strip, and the trailer for the upcoming Peanuts movie is as G-rated as they come.
There are not a lot of places in Germany to get lost in the wild, but Fabian Schmitz managed to lose his bearings. He was 19 at the time, but he still remembers the event 16 years later as a cautionary tale.
Yukon hunters know the feeling: sitting hundreds of kilometres away from the nearest paved road, binos up, watching and waiting. Bliss.
Ant-Man, Deadpool and Poison Ivy walk into a room. And no one gets hurt. This wasn't a scene from the newest superhero flick; it was live and in-person at this year's YukomiCon.
The century-old log cabin, located among several other heritage buildings in Shipyards Park, has been leased by the city to the Yukon Film Society.
After dropping last year's tournament by a single run and coming up short in the national qualifier, the P&M Recycling Guns set out to prove they were still a top-calibre team at the Dustball Invitational.
With more than 100 active forest fires burning across the Yukon, Charlie Crew has their work cut out for them. The team of six with Yukon Wildland Fire Management is known as an initial attack crew.
Photographers are known for going to extreme lengths to get the shot. For Yukon photographer Peter Mather and Aussie filmmaker Marty O'Brien, going the extra mile is an understatement.
One part Cheers and one part Central Perk, the newly-opened Watershed Coffee Shop and Bar is aiming to become downtown Whitehorse's favourite neighbourhood hang-out.
Seventy years old and still roaring like the day it was built, a Second World War era DC-3 rattled into Whitehorse, the drone from the twin props announcing its arrival.
Angellina's Toy Boutique has managed to become a mecca for anything kid-related in Whitehorse.