Rhiannon Coppin

Yukon sweeps top ski awards

The 2007 Canada Winter Games would not have gone ahead without him, and the avalanche awareness of Yukoners would be stuck in the dark if not for her.

Hundreds of Yukoners go missing

The Yukon government is hitting the streets to locate 389 Yukoners who failed to file census forms in 2006.

Enviro cabs bump into bylaw barrier

A pedal-powered taxi service is set to hit downtown Whitehorse streets this month if the city’s bylaw office comes on board.

Politicians drop partisan prejudices to fight smoking

On Wednesday, NDP leader Todd Hardy’s Smoke-Free Place Act passed second reading through a rare unanimous vote in the Yukon legislature.

Robots aren’t the answer to a nursing shortage, says expert

Robots may figure prominently in nursing’s future, but the high-tech helpers won’t be enough to stave off a rural nursing shortage, says…

Chamber challenges lawsuit

Ludicrous. Cavalier. Opportunistic. This is how Yukon Chamber of Mines director John Witham describes the Yukon government’s charges against…

Longest Days dead, Dray done

Chris Dray is leaving his position as executive director of the Yukon Arts Centre and ending a decades-long career as a champion of cultural…

Cardinal rules

Douglas Cardinal sure knows how to work a room. Just as the attention of the 70-odd guests was waning, Cardinal’s cheekbones pulled tight and…

CYFN tires of old building

The Yukon, Canada and Canadian Tire flags flapping atop the forlorn Fourth Avenue store will be replaced with Council of Yukon First Nations…