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dec 17 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Dec. 17, 2021.

  • Dec 17, 2021
dec 17 2021
dec 25 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Dec. 15, 2021.

  • Dec 15, 2021
dec 25 2021
After they left the north, Lena and Billy Huson settled into a pastoral life in rural Washington state. (Courtesy/Gates collection)

History Hunter: Celebrating a hardship Christmas in the Klondike

The year was 1897. Gold had been discovered on Bonanza Creek a…

After they left the north, Lena and Billy Huson settled into a pastoral life in rural Washington state. (Courtesy/Gates collection)
Andy Williams in the Helio Courier CG-VKG wearing RCAF pilot helmet including breathing apparatus and built-in communication gear. (Submitted)

Yukonomist: Your next job as a Yukon glacier pilot

I have the perfect idea if you’re looking for either a good…

Andy Williams in the Helio Courier CG-VKG wearing RCAF pilot helmet including breathing apparatus and built-in communication gear. (Submitted)
dec 10 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Dec. 10, 2021.

  • Dec 10, 2021
dec 10 2021
dec 8 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Dec. 8, 2021.

  • Dec 8, 2021
dec 8 2021
Yukonomist Keith Halliday

Yukonomist: Zoomcare arrives in the Yukon (for some)

Campaigning politicians in Canada like to accuse their opponents of being secretly…

Yukonomist Keith Halliday
dec 1 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Dec. 1, 2021.

  • Dec 1, 2021
dec 1 2021
In the early days, Gold Run Creek was an active mining district with hundreds of people working the placers and supplying services. This collection of buildings at Number 28, Gold Run included a hotel, a Mounted Police detachment, a school and a church, a blacksmith, mining recorder, and other services. (Candy Waugaman collection)

History Hunter: There are many abandoned communities in the Yukon

There are many abandoned settlements scattered throughout the Yukon. All of them…

In the early days, Gold Run Creek was an active mining district with hundreds of people working the placers and supplying services. This collection of buildings at Number 28, Gold Run included a hotel, a Mounted Police detachment, a school and a church, a blacksmith, mining recorder, and other services. (Candy Waugaman collection)
Yukonomist Keith Halliday

Yukonomist: We may not be thinking big enough

Put down your coffee, hold onto something to steady yourself, and read…

Yukonomist Keith Halliday
nov 26 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 26, 2021.

  • Nov 26, 2021
nov 26 2021
nov 24 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 24, 2021.

  • Nov 24, 2021
nov 24 2021
keith halliday

Yukonomist: A bold idea from New Zealand for our housing supply

At the debate during last month’s municipal election in Whitehorse, a number…

keith halliday
nov 19 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 19, 2021.

  • Nov 19, 2021
nov 19 2021
nov 17 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 16, 2021.

  • Nov 17, 2021
nov 17 2021
The plaque commemorating the Whitehorse fallen from World War I was originally mounted on a monument in front of the first public library, at the corner of Elliott Street and second Avenue. It was then moved to the federal building on Main Street. It  is now located in front of Whitehorse City Hall, along with a second plaque memorializing the fallen from World War II. (Michael Gates/Yukon News)

History Hunter: Yukon war memorials remind us of the fallen

The cancellation of the Remembrance Day service at the Canada Games Centre…

The plaque commemorating the Whitehorse fallen from World War I was originally mounted on a monument in front of the first public library, at the corner of Elliott Street and second Avenue. It was then moved to the federal building on Main Street. It  is now located in front of Whitehorse City Hall, along with a second plaque memorializing the fallen from World War II. (Michael Gates/Yukon News)
nov 12 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 12, 2021.

  • Nov 12, 2021
nov 12 2021
nov 10 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 10, 2021.

  • Nov 10, 2021
nov 10 2021
Yukonomist Keith Halliday

Yukonomist: Crunchy conundrums for Yukon cereal bowls — calculating your breakfast’s carbon footprint

Shopping is getting harder, and I don’t mean because pandemic supply chain…

Yukonomist Keith Halliday
nov 5 2021

WYATT’S WORLD

Wyatt’s World for Nov. 5, 2021.

  • Nov 5, 2021
nov 5 2021