Lauren Kaljur

Measuring the melt of Yukon’s mighty glaciers

Gwenn Flowers bears the stress of handling the safety of her crew as they navigate between some of Canada's largest peaks on skis. But she's not a mountaineer. She's a scientist.

Learning to embrace the fire

Luann Baker-Johnson can barely contain her excitement. The mother of six has the energy and giddiness of a teenager. She's standing inside Yukon's new - and only - glass-blowing studio.

Golden shovels meet heckling protesters

Yukon Premier Darrell Pasloski found himself before a dozen heckling protesters today as he led the groundbreaking ceremony for the new continuing care facility at Whistle Bend.

Coroner identifies man who died after Yukon River rescue

The man recovered from the Yukon River on Friday afternoon has been identified as 25-year-old Caleb Ayles from Whitehorse.

Klondike Pest Control says it can catch creepy crawlies with fewer chemicals

They're near invisible to the untrained eye. Ninety per cent of the time they lay in rest, hiding in baseboards, cracks and box springs waiting to bite.

NDP addresses ‘misinformation’ about plan to help victims of domestic abuse

The NDP’s Kate White wants to address what she says are misconceptions related to her push to assist victims of domestic violence through changes to Yukon’s tenancy laws.