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Nunavut artist Gwen Tikhak feels hemmed in by Whitehorse’s trees and buildings. “Too much trees for me, too much trees,” said the…
Denalda Fast had just watched her daughter Jacoba compete on the long-track oval when the one of team Saskatchewan’s coaches asked to speak…
There was tension in the air and dozens of spills across the ice as skaters jockeyed for top positions in the 500-metre melee known as short-track…
It was a moment of solemn reflection amid the whoops, cheers and pageantry of the opening ceremonies. With a little help, two-year-old Ava Milner…
Yukon athlete Troy Henry was jovial despite hitting a patch of rotten luck in the men’s 1,500-metre speed-skating draw on Sunday.
A new Yukon Health department campaign is encouraging Canada Winter Games athletes to keep safe — whether they’re playing on the field or…
Sixteen-year-old Meghan Rodger spits into her hands and then sets her determined gaze on the uneven bars before her.
Years ago, the Yukon government and First Nations agreed the territory’s corrections system was a shambles.
Some local businesses and organizations are treating the two weeks of the Canada Winter Games as a second Christmas, and are conducting essential…
Two Northwest Territories hunters are facing more than $1,000 in fines after pleading guilty to illegal hunting in a Dawson City court on Tuesday.
A blaze ripped through one of Pelly Crossing’s most important buildings early Thursday morning destroying the post office, the bank and an old…
One week after settling the contentious zoning battle at McLean Lake, council has another tall order on its plate.
Insp. Ray Noble, of Prince Rupert, BC, pleaded guilty to providing false information about a 2005 moose hunt in Yukon court earlier this month.
Elk are eating a Takhini Valley rancher out of hay and home. They’ve chewed up more than $20,000 worth of feed and they’re sleeping in…
Kim Barlow has a way with words. The sweet-voiced songwriter can fill a three-minute tune with years of hard-knock experiences, and deliver it with…
Fort Selkirk’s original site, now just a pile of dirt and a few remnants left near the confluence of the Yukon and Pelly rivers, holds many…
Saturday night, RCMP stopped a cube van heading north on the Alaska Highway toward Whitehorse. Concealed among produce boxes and restaurant…
Just before 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 14, Whitehorse RCMP received a robbery report from a local downtown hotel.
Sixteen-year-old Kevin Caron dreams of skating in the 2010 Olympics. After watching him leap and glide around the Canada Games Centre’s ice,…
Despite the rumours, Frostbite will leave its mark on Yukon’s music scene this year. But with all the fanfare surrounding the Canada Winter…