Life

Thy will be done: You’re never too young to write your will

Yes, in the Yukon you can write your will on a napkin — but avoid that if you can

Erebus or bust: Sailing the Northwest Passage

Even today, weather still scrambles the best laid plans of mariners

  • Nov 23rd, 2017

White Pass and Yukon Route musical chugs on without director

The cast and crew of Stonecliff are pushing forward without Conrad Boyce, who went on medical leave

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Bartenders respond to push for better non-alcoholic drinks

Art exhibit at Yukon College’s Hilltop Bistro gives local artists a chance to shine

The exhibit features the work of nine artists, all members of the Yukon Artists @ Work co-op.

One woman, 24 characters: The Syringa Tree comes to Whitehorse

‘This is, to date, the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to tackle as a performer’

Ravens are smarter than your average bird

‘The’ raven is a bird that outwardly enjoys life

Whitehorse gallery gets all dolled up

Sculptors craft creepy dolls that tell mythical stories

Former SOVA student evokes Prairie childhood in award-winning artwork

Kayza DeGraff-Ford is the Yukon regional winner for the 15th annual BMO 1st Art! competition

Mystically modern: Whitehorse artist debuts new show exploring mysticism, feminism

‘I’m trying to speak to the feminine, to people who identify with feminine energy’

Breathing new life into old pages: Yukon youth revive decades-old Shakat Journal

‘Kids up here deal with some really hard stuff. We can’t shy away from that’

  • Oct 5th, 2017

Long waits, stigma among barriers to getting mental health help in the Yukon

‘I know for certain that there’s a lack of psychiatrists here’

Yukoners put their backs into it zt Air North plane pull for charity

It’s like a tug-of-war with a 737

  • Oct 3rd, 2017

Chief Isaac and the mass media

The Yukon’s earliest newspapers frequently treated the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in poorly

  • Sep 28th, 2017

Whitehorse food bank to pilot accepting wild meat

Long-sought changes allow hunters to donate wild meat to Whitehorse food bank

  • Sep 26th, 2017

Yukon writers remember Whitehorse literary stalwart Jessica Simon

‘Being out on the water, hearing the birds, camping with her, those are great memories’

Skull of extinct muskox species pulled out of the dirt near Dawson City

‘An awesome skull with huge horns sticking out, people love that kind of stuff’

Tom Thomson, ‘glitter skunks’ and wolverines: Trapped opens at Yukon Arts Centre

Winnipeg-based artist Willow Rector’s new show runs until Nov.25