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Four advantages to being left-handed
Grocery stores reducing plastic bags in stores
Momma mink loses patience with youngster
World's largest grizzly bear sanctuary sees first set of safe triplet cubs in 13 years

Former Yukoner makes her mark on the medical world

Chisom Ikeji awarded for residency work, continues career with Yale fellowship

Yukon dirt contains two kinds of tick-killing fungi

“What these fungi would be useful for would be as one of the new technologies that would be part of an integrated winter tick management program.”

Inuvialuit celebrations outside settlement area mark firsts

An event hosted over the weekend was in honour of the final agreement signed 35 years ago

Into the world of red squirrels

Yukon biologist Meghan Larivee will be leading an educational walk about the critters July 30

More than the ‘bear police’: An afternoon with Yukon conservation officers

“Not everyone gets to handle a live grizzly bear or an orphaned moose.”

From field to food: a grasshopper dinner

Yukoners Chris Gilberds and Erin MacIntyre think more people should be eating insects

Expanded fair to showcase farming fun

Inaugural Yukon Farm Fair will feature tractor tows, local wares, a bench show and more

Restored totem pole, a gift from B.C., unveiled in Whitehorse

The Gawagani Pts’aan, meaning “Peace Totem Pole,” was gifted to the Yukon government in 1971.

Fossilized teeth found near Old Crow belonged to ancient hyena

The two fossilized teeth were discovered in 1973 and 1977

Frostbitten big toe finds new home in Dawson City’s infamous cocktail

Nick Griffiths, who ran the Yukon Arctic Ultra in 2018, donated two toes to the Downtown Hotel.

A medieval fair is coming to Whitehorse this summer

The fair is being held in conjunction with Whitehorse’s annual medieval combat tournament.

Photo gallery: Enjoying 24 hours of gaylight in Whitehorse

Yukon News photographer Crystal Schick captured some highlights of the 2019 Pride parade

Operation Nanook prepares emergency responders for the worst

Mock scenario saw neighbourhoods evacuated as fictional wildfire approached

Whitehorse teacher wins Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence

Marie Bélanger was the only Yukoner to get the award this year

Yukon vet takes practice online

Kristenn Magnusson joins Healthy Pets

Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation has a new caribou coordinator

It’s the first time someone has held the position in roughly 10 years

Yukon youth set to show off their skills to the rest of Canada

Eighteen Yukoners have qualified for the Skills Canada National Competition at the end of the month

Ice-age giant beaver’s diet of pond weeds likely contributed to extinction, new study says

“You have this animal that’s seven feet tall that just eats little pond weeds”