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DAWSON CITY Lee Demarbre has worked alongside gangsters, crucified lesbians in Cannes and almost lost his life for the love of his art.
I entered the meeting room to interview the Yukon’s champion snow-carving team just as sculptor Donald Watt plunked a six-pack of Chilkoot…
The Yukon Art Centre regularly draws big-name world-class exhibitions to its gallery. In 2005, it hosted Janet Cardiff’s 40-Part Motet, a…
In tarot lore the fool is a man who doesn’t look before he leaps. He is exuberant and unknowing, and he has a tragic flaw.
Scott Price is a pack rat. For the past 45 years the Whitehorse sculptor has kept every scrap of paper he’s doodled on — no matter…
Jude Griebel doesn’t have to lay eyes on a ghost to believe they exist. As the current resident of Macaulay House, the Vancouver-based artist…
It’s been more than two months since volunteer ambulance attendants in Dawson City and Watson Lake walked off the job in frustration.
One of the men facing child pornography charges has worked as an educational assistant at Teslin’s elementary school.
Nearly two weeks after fire gutted Faro’s Shell station, local residents are still without a place to buy fuel close to home.
A bright yellow sign hanging outside the Almost Home Maternity Centre proclaims Heather Ashthorn’s philosophy on gardening.
It’s been called “engaging,” “invigorating” and “innovative.” It’s already eased the drop-out…
A battle over whether a drug-sniffing black Lab will be allowed in a local high school had its first day in Yukon Supreme Court this week.
A thriving arts scene fuels a thriving economy. Not the other way around. Arts and culture have created many jobs in the territory — both…
Libby Dulac can move mountains. With the sweep of her paintbrush, she has changed entire landscapes in Kluane National Park.
John Wayne Bourne will shoulder the bulk of the responsibility for a stash of cocaine and an arsenal of illegal weapons found in a Riverdale home in…
‘It really pulls the rug out from under you — you don’t know where to go or what to do,” said Michael Purves on Friday.
Dawson City residents are responding “very favourably” to the news that a convicted rapist will not be moving to the Klondike.
After he served a 14-year sentence in New Brunswick, the court has granted a convicted rapist’s request to relocate to Dawson City.
Strange noises roused downtown resident Angela Walkley from her sleep at 1 a.m. last Friday morning. “When I hear noises I don’t know if…
Two Yukon men were arrested this week on child pornography charges. One is also facing 19 charges related to firearms.