New video program aims to help document Yukon First Nation languages

14 trainees are learning video skills to document language and culture

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'The Stack' to become tallest commercial building in Vancouver
Touring Phantom Creek Estates Winery
Celine Dion's reinvention as a fashion influencer
The World, a private residential luxury ship, visits Prince Rupert

Do It Women workshop series hopes to get more women interested in skilled trades

The beginner-level workshops are being held monthly at YuKonstruct

Whitehorse’s Culture Days continue to expand

There are more than 24 events scheduled around the city this year

New, high-tech medical simulators can increase response times to patients, says nurse educator

Yukon Hospital Corporation’s clinical simulation centre officially opened this week

Doctors, nurses ready to see to Whitehorse’s stuffie population

Teddy Bear Clinic set for Sept. 14 at Whitehorse General Hospital

Almost 100 Yukoners are better prepared to reverse overdoses

‘It’s everybody’s responsibility if a Yukoner dies from overdose’

The wonderful world of worm compost

Worms kept in a bin under your sink can let you compost organic scraps year-round

Ahoy matey: Yukoners compete in the territory’s first Cardboard Boat Races

Skills Canada Yukon made a big splash last Friday with participants who…

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