Tedd Tucker’s “Winter Sketches” show runs from Jan. 7 to Jan. 29 at Arts Underground. (Haley Ritchie/Yukon News)

Tedd Tucker beats the winter blues in Arts Underground show

“I’ve always been kind of impacted by the seasons in doing creative work.”

Long, Luscious Lashes by Rebecca Manias is part of the Softcore exhibit by North Node Collective. (Mike Thomas/Yukon Arts Centre)

Softcore sets out to challenge notions about the body

Arts centre gallery exhibit described as confrontational and playful.

Festive lights brighten up a Whitehorse home. (Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News)

Whitehorse’s city lights tour map available online

The making of the Whitehorse city lights tour

Bruce Fast reads the part of Ebenezer Scrooge in the radio production of A Christmas Carol put on by the Nazarene Church in Whitehorse on Dec. 11. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

A Christmas Carol, live or on the airwaves in Whitehorse

Nazarene church puts on COVID-safe Christmas performance.

A bohemian waxwing feasts on berries beside the Yukon River on Jan. 15. (Haley Ritchie/Yukon News file)

Annual Christmas Bird Count is a December tradition for nature lovers

Birders will be spotting feathered residents from Tombstone Park to Watson Lake.

A bohemian waxwing feasts on berries beside the Yukon River on Jan. 15. (Haley Ritchie/Yukon News file)
Selection of botanical spirits and alcohol free gin available at Riverside Grocery. (Lawrie Crawford/Yukon News)

Adding non-alcoholic drinks to your holiday offerings

There are more alcohol free drinks available for Yukoners than ever before

Selection of botanical spirits and alcohol free gin available at Riverside Grocery. (Lawrie Crawford/Yukon News)
Researchers are using new methods of examining ancient DNA to learn more about the ancient Yukon landscape. (Julius Csotonyi/Submitted)

Mammoths roamed Yukon 6,000 years ago: new DNA research

How much did the ancient people of Beringia interact with the wooly mammoth?

Researchers are using new methods of examining ancient DNA to learn more about the ancient Yukon landscape. (Julius Csotonyi/Submitted)
Geneviève Doyon was the artist-in-residence at Jenni House in Whitehorse for November. She is working on Look Up, a series of short performances produced for those with mobility challenges. (Submitted/Geneviève Doyon)
Geneviève Doyon was the artist-in-residence at Jenni House in Whitehorse for November. She is working on Look Up, a series of short performances produced for those with mobility challenges. (Submitted/Geneviève Doyon)
Diane Olsen shows the progress she has made on her dark purple parka during the parka making class at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse on Nov. 24. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

Parka makers learn to stitch together warmth

Class at the Kwanlin Dün clultural centre teaches making of coats and memories

Diane Olsen shows the progress she has made on her dark purple parka during the parka making class at the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre in Whitehorse on Nov. 24. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)
Named for the year Mount Aspiring National Park was founded, 1964 and based in the far south of Aotearoa, New Zealand,1964 is a high-quality, throwback print magazine that's made with coffee tables in mind.

New Zealand print magazine a hit with British Columbians

Historically there’s a lot of crossover between British Columbia and New Zealand

  • Nov 22, 2021
Named for the year Mount Aspiring National Park was founded, 1964 and based in the far south of Aotearoa, New Zealand,1964 is a high-quality, throwback print magazine that's made with coffee tables in mind.
Dennis Dunn (left) and Shelby Jordan are seen in front of their cafe/restaurant BonTon & Company in Dawson City. (Courtesy Archbould Photography)
Dennis Dunn (left) and Shelby Jordan are seen in front of their cafe/restaurant BonTon & Company in Dawson City. (Courtesy Archbould Photography)
A still photo from Juliet Di Carlo’s video Consume in a way that makes it look Authentic. Di Carlo was named the Yukon winner for the BMO 1st Art! competition. (Submitted)
A still photo from Juliet Di Carlo’s video Consume in a way that makes it look Authentic. Di Carlo was named the Yukon winner for the BMO 1st Art! competition. (Submitted)
A stand of burned forest close to the Dempster Highway on May 27, 2007. (Submitted)

Black spruce losing boreal ground due to climate change

“Even that fire-adapted strategy has a limit and a rapid-fire cycle is pushing it to the brink.”

A stand of burned forest close to the Dempster Highway on May 27, 2007. (Submitted)
Sonia Radwanska transforms a hallway at the Heart of Riverdale Community Centre into a spooky forest scene as part of this year’s haunted house. (Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News)

A spooky weekend descends upon Whitehorse

Haunted houses, a wild trick-or-treat and more all part of celebrations

Sonia Radwanska transforms a hallway at the Heart of Riverdale Community Centre into a spooky forest scene as part of this year’s haunted house. (Stephanie Waddell/Yukon News)
The golden eagle that was rehabilitated by the Yukon Wildlife Preserve burst out of its open cage to fly away on Oct. 24, 2021. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

Eagle rehabilitated at Yukon Wildlife Preserve flies free

A total of $920 in donations was received from people who came to watch the eagle’s release.

The golden eagle that was rehabilitated by the Yukon Wildlife Preserve burst out of its open cage to fly away on Oct. 24, 2021. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)
Filmmaker Shaunoh Anderson. (Submitted)

Shining a light on Indigenous films

Yukon film will be screened at imagineNATIVE film festival

Filmmaker Shaunoh Anderson. (Submitted)
David Troup replaces the camouflaging moss and tree limbs around one of his wildlife cameras alongside a game trail on Oct. 8. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)

Trail cameras offer look at Yukon’s wild side

David Troup enjoys capturing and sharing wildlife images with motion-activated cameras.

David Troup replaces the camouflaging moss and tree limbs around one of his wildlife cameras alongside a game trail on Oct. 8. (Jim Elliot/Yukon News)
Claire Ness performs at Nakai Theatre’s 2021 Pivot Festival in Whitehorse. Participants in Nakai’s Together Today Creative Friday’s program could have their work shared at the 2022 Pivot Festival. (Courtesy/Nakai)

Getting creative on Friday nights with Nakai

New drop-in program focus’ on First Nations teachings and creativity

Claire Ness performs at Nakai Theatre’s 2021 Pivot Festival in Whitehorse. Participants in Nakai’s Together Today Creative Friday’s program could have their work shared at the 2022 Pivot Festival. (Courtesy/Nakai)
Performer Johanna Goossens demonstrates how to do tricks in silks during a Circus Sunday. (Haley Ritchie/Yukon News)

Class clowns welcome: Circus Society starts weekly lessons

Yukoners who have always dreamed of running away to the circus don’t have to go far this fall

Performer Johanna Goossens demonstrates how to do tricks in silks during a Circus Sunday. (Haley Ritchie/Yukon News)
The special loonie commemorates the 125th anniversary of the Klondike Gold Rush. (Courtesy/Royal Canadian Mint)

Special edition loonie commemorates the gold rush and Yukon First Nation history

“We wanted to make people want to find out more about what it represents.”

The special loonie commemorates the 125th anniversary of the Klondike Gold Rush. (Courtesy/Royal Canadian Mint)