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Canadian Museum of Nature gives Yukon biologist lifetime achievement award

David Mossop has worked as a biologist in the Yukon for nearly 50 years

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Whitehorse Community Thrift Store to open its doors Saturday

The store, opening for the first time on Sept. 22 at 10 a.m., is located in the Yukon Inn Plaza

A common thread: Toronto artist tells Haines Junction stories with new clothing collection

““It wasn’t a visual experience. It was more an energy experience.”

Discovery Days kick off in Dawson City

‘It’s such an underutilized space. Probably because it’s technically a highway’

Girls just wanna have fun — and also rock

Whitehorse Girls Rock Camp hosts Saturday showcase

Speak up: digitized Indigenous language lessons spark hope for revival

‘We need teachers and we need access to resources’

Dawson City artist pushes boundaries of jewellery with new show

‘This is definitely what I want to do so I’m going to keep doing it’

Yukon Culinary Festival plays with fire

‘You get mesmerized by the fire’

Whitehorse produce manager kept things fresh for almost 50 years

Bryon Marks started at Your Independent Grocer when he was 14. Now he finally gets to sleep in a bit

Whitehorse open mic night organizer earns arts award

‘Whitewater Wednesdays is one of those institutions that makes living up here worth it’

Kwanlin Dün community safety officers aim to build trust

‘They basically pledged to the community … that somebody would always answer the phone to hear them’

Look who’s 40: Dawson City Music Festival still kicking

‘I hope that they get to see some mind-blowing music’

Sam Roberts has a camping trip

CanCon favourite has a Whitehorse show scheduled for July 25. That’s about all we know for sure

Whitehorse singer Sarah MacDougall’s new record sounds like scenery

‘Just getting out of town slightly, you can see a lot of beauty’

Yukon Archives project aims to identify First Nations individuals in historical photos

Project seeks help naming people in about 600 photos taken between the 1950s and the 1970s

No retreat: Keno arts workshop keeps festival-goers busy

‘This festival is bringing out the best in people’

  • Jul 10th, 2018

Family mediation pilot project aims to get Yukon families out of court and talking

Mediation has advantages over sorting family issues out in court, counsellor and mediator Pat Bragg says