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‘Elephant in the room’ a 286-metre tailing pond wall
Biologists warn the Procupine caribou herd is more vulnerable to development than its neighbours
‘It’s lonely, being a female entrepreneur’
Molasses and methanol work best to help bacteria clean up derelict mines
‘An awesome skull with huge horns sticking out, people love that kind of stuff’
‘It definitely takes more work to farm up here’
Not a chance name change will affect $2.2 billion lawsuit against YG, company formerly known as Northern Cross says
Now named Chance Oil and Gas Limited, company plans focus on frack-free projects
Taxi companies, pawn shops would face more scrutiny under new rules
Report mulls shuttering or selling off little-used runways
‘They just came in and completely failed to read the local landscape,’ evironmentalist says
Territorial environment minister argues YG needs full control over revenue
Roughly 2,900 jobs expected to be lost, amid restructuring.
BC Hydro says sweatlodge, burial ground accommodated
Eulachon, a small oily member of the smelt family, has many different names, including hooligan, oolichan and candlefish. You can thread a wick through the mouth of a dried eulachon, light it and it’s so full of oil it will burn just like a candle.
Rabbitfoot Canyon — that craggy split that divides downtown Whitehorse from Porter Creek — is the last place you would think to look for a wild sheep. But that’s exactly where Philip Merchant said they have turned up in the past.
In their fenced-off enclosure, the lambs at Wheaton River Gardens lay in a beam of early-spring sunlight with their mothers. Only a few days old, their cottony fleece and shiny black eyes give them them the appearance of new stuffed toys.
Summer is coming: the snow is (mostly) gone, the temperatures are (somewhat) rising and the food trucks are (almost) here. This year’s batch of food trucks taking over the city won’t disappoint Yukoners craving tasty lunches.
A pair of researchers from the University of Vienna travelled nearly 7,500 kilometres to get a sense of what it’s like for Yukon workers who work by travelling in and out of mining camps.
It must be spring. The swans are back, the mud is beginning to overtake the snow, and Yukon Agricultural Association’s online Yukon Farm Products and Services Guide is updated with this year’s info.
Scientists have discovered that an unprepossessing fossil found near Old Crow likely belonged to one of the earliest bison that lived in North America.