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Yvonne Ochsner remembers driving home from the Whitehorse airport one day about 14 years ago, in tears.
Normally, you wouldn't expect the Beaufort Sea to be a hotbed of volcanic action. It's covered with ice for much of the year.
Hikers exploring the wilderness outside of Atlin, B.C.: do not be alarmed. Your senses are not deceiving you.
It probably seemed like a good idea at the time. In the early 1980s, highway maintenance people in the Northwest Territories put up a stretch of snow fence along a drift-prone bit of the Dempster Highway.
The smell of pungent hops, alcohol and fruit fills the small space where Winterlong Brewery owner Marko Marjanovic and his only employee, Matt Waugh, are preparing for a busy holiday season.
The shop floor at Duncan's Ltd. is buzzing with activity as dozens of employees man the loud, industrial machines that feed Whitehorse's steel needs.
Angie Joseph-Rear has known about plants all her life. Growing up in the small village of Moosehide, outside Dawson City, the Tr'ondek Hwech'in elder spent a lot of time on the land.
When the folks at Yukon Brewing’s offshoot, Yukon Spirits, began considering the recipe for their newest foray into libation creation, everyone gathered around for a taste test - of tea.
A pair of golden caribou antlers poke above the snowy horizon. A group of 20 caribou saunter past with confused yet quizzical looks in my direction.
When Gypsy wakes up in the morning, she pads across the heated floor of her hotel room and heads outside for a quick stretch. Then she heads back in and lounges on her raised bed for a while.
Bart Bounds comes across as a bit of a mad scientist with his dishevelled beard and hair. Sitting at a small table inside a cozy yurt, he talks about his passion for food.
When you gaze across the waters of the Yukon River, you probably don't think about the mass of fishy mucus, urine and feces roiling beneath its surface. From now on, though, you might. Sorry.
After two years without a flight school in the territory, Alkan Air has taken up the cause to get more Yukoners in the sky.
The tiny house doesn't actually look all that tiny when you're inside it. There's a bedroom and a little bathroom with a walk-in shower. A washing machine and dryer are tucked into a little alcove in the hallway.
Stepping into Sylvain Belmondo's gourmet food store is like finding yourself in a small shop in southern France. Hanging aged meats cover the walls, terrines tempt the palate.
After more than a decade in business, a successful Whitehorse marketing firm is closing up shop. Dee Enright has been the owner of Outside the Cube since 2008.
A tiny fish hatchery just outside Porter Creek is making big strides to help the Yukon's struggling chinook salmon population. If you're not looking for it, the McIntyre Creek hatchery is easy to miss.
All but one of the Yukon's hard rock mines have shuttered. Annual surveys from the Fraser Institute have shown the territory declining in investment attractiveness.
Mixing apricots and Jamaican-imported Scotch Bonnet peppers into a drink at home may sound like a recipe for disaster. And it probably is. But the Burnside Brewing Co.
One morning earlier this week, a Blackburnian warbler flew into a net at the Teslin Lake Bird Observatory. This might not seem like a big deal.