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How do you take an age-old message and spin it in a way that people will notice? It's a difficult thing, said Aasman Design director Margriet Aasman. Last year, the company was approached by Health and Social Services to create a campaign around hand-washing and germs.
Chris May is convinced 3D printers will be the next big thing. So the owner of Mid Arctic Technology Services bought one. And, after ironing out the kinks over the past three weeks...
Starting in the next few weeks, the City of Whitehorse and a dozen Yukon communities will begin the annual battle against the invasion of mosquitoes in the territory.
Armed with two newly announced tungsten ore pockets, a new water-treatment facility and $52 million in infrastructure investment, North American Tungsten's Cantung mine is the two-year mine that just keeps on giving.
Yukon competitors had their best showing ever at the national Skills Canada competition in Calgary last week.
Biologists call it hair snagging. It requires making a triangular barbed-wire fence with enough room underneath for a grizzly bear to pass under.
Less than a year ago, they were just roe and milt commingling in Ziploc bags at the Whitehorse fish ladder.
A multinational underground mine supply company has set up shop in the Yukon. The move results from a unique partnership between Yukon's three producing mine companies, Capstone Mining Corp., Yukon Zinc Corp.
If you're thinking of visiting the new Crag Lake Bakery, you might want to make a reservation first. It's far from a pretentious New York restaurant. There aren't exactly lineups down the street - not yet anyway.
It would be hard to end up in Resolute Bay, Nunavut, by accident. The community of barely 200 residents is the second most northern settlement in Canada.
Matthew Wooller is an Alaskan-based biochemistry professor with a controversial side-project. He’s mapping marijuana grow-ops.
Dawson City has always seen a wide variety of summer visitors, from well-heeled RV drivers to young hitchhikers travelling on a shoestring budget.
Roger Marin was still sleeping when Gordie Tentrees banged on the door. It was quarter past 12 on Friday, and the crowd at Arts in the Park was…
Since the Kebabery moved one month ago to 302 Wood Street, the Whitehorse business has done bustling business serving shawarma and falafel to the downtown lunch crowd. There's just one problem. The location's cursed.
The back room used by Yukon's paleontology department is not all that flashy until Dr. Grant Zazula starts spinning wheels reminiscent of bank vault doors and the rows of shelves separate like a giant accordion.
The Capital Hotel closed this weekend, but may soon reopen under a new owner. The troubled bar lasted a little more than a year under the direction of Keith Jacobsen, who ran Coasters Bar & Grill before it went under in July.
Yellowknife's Discovery Air continues to see a buoyant future for next-generation airships, even if a deal between them and a British manufacturer recently deflated.
Looking to shrink your environmental footprint? Tammy Ward has a few simple suggestions. To start, stop throwing out soap bottles. Instead, refill them at her store, the Good Karma Eco Shop.
The store is tiny, but so far the draw has been huge. The newest shop to open its doors inside Horwood's Mall is Cultured Fine Cheese.
The Yukon Flats are on fire. The area is burning up from wildfires at a rate unprecedented in at least 10,000 years, according to a recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.