Joshua Azizi

‘Be sure of yourself and love yourself’: Lido Pimienta on navigating the music industry

Pimienta will be taking the stage at this year’s Dawson City Music Festival

Flat Water North takes on the Canada Cup West Regatta

Flat Water North — a canoeing and kayaking club based near Schwatka…

Boys’ club: Where did the women premiers go?

If you saw photos from the premiers’ meeting held in Saskatoon last…

Revelling in the revving of engines: Klondike Cruisers host autocross event

July 7 at the Takhini arena, automobile enthusiasts from around the Yukon…

The Chilkat Challenge lived up to its name

The triathlon took place amid high temperatures, smoke and a beehive

Dawsonite considers legal action over sewer work

He says the work, that would destroy trees, was not clearly articulated

New ventilation tech wins Yukon Innovation Prize

After attaching to a home’s ventilation system, Phylo can detect contaminants

Dancing in limbo: New dance show set to make its premiere in the Yukon

The show premieres on July 9 at the Yukon Arts Centre

Group aims for Canada-Alaska railway through Yukon

The $17-billion project is still in the early stages

Wildfire smoke leads to air quality advisory across the Yukon

Children, elderly people, pregnant women and people with heart or lung disease should limit activity

Adult day program closing after Yukon government ends funding

Health officials say it was inefficient to fund three similar services

Yukon College taking applications for new Yukon First Nations art program

Yukon College has opened the application process for its new Yukon First…

Fossilized teeth found near Old Crow belonged to ancient hyena

The two fossilized teeth were discovered in 1973 and 1977

Whitehorse’s first official Brain Tumour Walk raises $24,000

The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada held its first annual Brain Tumour…

Whitehorse eyes short-term rental regulations

A public survey is open until July 28

Whitehorse training conference highlighted trans health care needs

The conference, hosted by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health, was June 13-15

Whitehorse fish ladder open for the season

Manager Brittany Key said there are low expectations for chinook salmon numbers

Whitehorse youth swim, bike and run at annual Kids’ Triathlon

The City of Whitehorse held its sixth annual Kids’ Triathlon last Sunday,…

Frostbitten big toe finds new home in Dawson City’s infamous cocktail

Nick Griffiths, who ran the Yukon Arctic Ultra in 2018, donated two toes to the Downtown Hotel.

Yukon government considering fee or ban for single-use bags

Minister John Streicker says he supports the federal proposal to ban single-use plastics